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newspaper cover For the Week of
December 8-15, 1999

Cover: Big Blues
Moe's Alley builds the blues into a Santa Cruz institution.


News: Generation C
Called the Silent Epidemic, the blood-borne hepatitis C virus strikes at the heart of a generation.


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Fins de Siècle: Bruce Bratton hunts the seas for historical sharks and endangered fish food.

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Real Magic: Painter Frank Galuszka mixes magic and myth for imagery that evokes both Caravaggio and Bonnard.

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Tribal Techno: Lost at Last adds synthesizers to tribal beats and creates a dance club phenomenon.

Sights and Sounds: Quintessential urban punks X and roots hero Dave Alvin get into (two-)step at Palookaville show.

Notes From the Underground: The Santa Cruz Artists Movement makes a big show of politicizing an art community.

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Autumnal Classics: As the temperatures drop, Pearl Alley Bistro becomes a brasserie devoted to big flavors.

A La Carte: Homemade treats fortify early risers at Henfling's in Ben Lomond.

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Kiss and Tell: Teen girls wrestle with lesbian urges in Swedish import 'Show Me Love.'

Big Mouse House: Frank Darabont and Stephen King's prestige prison pic shocks with sentiment and nostalgia.


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