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For the Week of
December 7-14, 2005

Cover Story: Bombshell:
Carolyn Burke's portrait of an artist as a young woman.

Nüz: Incidental Noise; Survey Says; Weariful of Celibate Poorness.

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Your Metro Santa Cruz Last-Minute Gift Guide: Strap on your sleigh-belt and get ready for our crash course in last-minute gift-giving.

Rev: 'Crap Cars' features page after page of crappy cars with their original marketing photos and Porter's pithy analysis of what makes a bad car really bad.

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Oil Slick: Politics and oil muddy the waters in confusing international thriller 'Syriana.'

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Charlie Can't Wank: Eight-String guitar phenom Charlie Hunter brings his simpler, more melodic trio back home for the holidays.

The Rock Show: Sean Paul; Carla Kihlstedt; Hella, Giraffes? Giraffes!

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The Heart of Moving Parts: From limited edition books costing thousands of dollars to inexpensive chapbooks of political poetry, Felicia Rice takes publishing to beautiful extremes.

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Big Fish: Sea Harvest puts Moss Landing on the map as a dining destination.


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