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For the Week of
December 14-21, 2005

Cover Story: Oh Davey, Oh Goliath!:
Or how the leaders of the Evangelical Lutheran Church shattered my belief in faith-based talking animals.

Nüz: The SCAP Shuffle; No Clemency; Snow Night Smackdown.

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Rev: Although Bill is invariably disappointed with my boring decision to give him socks and underwear, something from the boys at J.C. Whitney gets him excited.

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Two Rode Together: 'Brokeback Mountain': Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger in a romance that'll frighten a few horses.

Lion Down: 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe'—critter mayhem in a Christian land far, far away.

'Tis the Season: The holiday movie glut runs all the way through January for those who don't live in Oscar-contention towns.

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Nothing Amateur About It: Matt Driscoll and Strictly Amateur Films pump out the indie hits in Aptos, one release at a time.

Oh, the Things Yule See!: Los Straitjackets discover the meaning of Christmas.

The Rock Show: Nine Inch Nails; Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

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Xin Hits the Spot: As a convenient neighborhood refuge, O'Mei's sibling restaurant Xin gets it right.


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