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newspaper cover For the Week of
November 29-December 6, 2000

Cover: Cover Grrls
Feminism isn't dead; it just looks different. Tamara Straus talks to two activists who helped define feminism's Third Wave.


News: Nüz
Dientes! wants to help everyone open wide.


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Bruce Bratton: Lockheed at Bonny Doon; food safety; Cuba Study Group of Santa Cruz concert.

Work: Hacking the sock puppet.

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Stolen Roses: Everyone from the Persuasions to Bob Weir himself is busy keeping the musical spirit of the Grateful Dead alive on a series of new albums.

Badly Drawn Boy: The British Beck mixes lo-fi aesthetic with electronic effects.

Sights & Sounds: Forget the election wrangling and sample a wide range of acts this week.

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Fresh Ideas: Art and cuisine add up to a perfect union at Oswald.

A La Carte: The new Takara creates a stylish outlet for sushi.

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Talking Pictures: David Templeton takes the man who made 'Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer' to see Jim Carrey in 'The Grinch Who Stole Christmas.'

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Weekly World Web: Irritating, acerbic, unrepentant and beguiling: It must be RALPH.

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Heel Thyself: Paul Whitworth's 'Cinderella' works changes on a famous fairy tale at Shakespeare Santa Cruz.


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