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For the Week of
December 8-15, 2004

Cover Story: Shattered Grass?:
It's not looking good for medical marijuana advocates in the landmark case currently before the Supreme Court. As they watch with a mixture of hope and horror, they're already asking the toughest question of all: 'What happens if we lose?'

Nüz: November was smelling a lot like Christmas in downtown Santa Cruz--at least until the spirit got dampened by a string of car towings.

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Last-Minute Gift Guide: Our elves have been pounding the pavement in and around downtown Santa Cruz to find ideas for inexpensive last-minute gifts.

Rev: Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?

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Tooth Decay: Wesley Snipes hopes to be counted out in 'Blade: Trinity.'

Oscar Glances: It's never too early to start handicapping the Academy's race for acting honors.

Blues Power: 'Lightning in a Bottle' salutes blues greats.

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Spare the Air: Could there be a more fitting headliner for this week's Free Radio Santa Cruz benefit than U. Utah Phillips? No, no, there could not.

The Rock Show: The Devil Makes Three; Petty Booka; Zelda's songwriting contest.

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The Resistance Diet, Part II: Stocking up on integrity and seasonal vegetables this winter.


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