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For the Week of
December 10-17, 2003

Cover Story: Wild at Art
Internationally renown wildlife photographer Frans Lanting opens his gallery in Santa Cruz.

Nüz: Plans for ADUs, or Accessory Dwelling Units, could bode well for Cruzer renters looking for affordable housing.

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Thinking Outside The Toy Box: Don't cancel Christmas yet--old-school toys are leaving the new fads in the dust.

Say It With Nothing: From buying space on the moon to giving to local charities, the Clutterless Gift Guide proves love doesn't have to take up space.

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The Buoy Next Door: The Rio's new space one door down is a boost for local artists and a boon for arts-friendly technology in Santa Cruz.

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Sarducci's 'America': Don Novello, creator of Lazlo Toth and Father Guido Sarducci, on 'In America.'

Samurai Chipmunk: Tom Cruise learns to stop and smell the cherry blossoms in 'The Last Samurai.'

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The Rock Show: Trio Braamdejoodevatcher; Dave Alvin and the Guilty Men.

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Inside the White House: Casablanca Restaurant has held sway over the main Santa Cruz Beach for several decades, much to the delight of romantic food lovers.

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Not Necessarily the Nut: Tandy Beal's spirited 'New Nut!' turns out to be more new than nut.


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