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newspaper cover For the Week of
December 15-22, 1999

Cover: Third Man of the Century
Carol Reed's classic thriller 'The Third Man' returns in director's cut.


News: Radio Daze
Last-minute heroics may be necessary to get community radio station KAZU out of the red.


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Oops, Outta Time: Holiday parties aren't just queasy moments spent with troublesome uncles--they also inspire some of the best club nights of the year.

Bruce Bratton: The megastores are coming.

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Gherkin Grows Up: Santa Cruz's favorite ska-pop band faces adult issues like graduating, getting married--and leaving Santa Cruz.

Sights and Sounds: Local rappers hit the Vets Hall basement for a Free Radio benefit.

Notes From the Underground: The What-Nots and Naked Ape embark on tours de force for weekend shows.

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Grill Skill: Watsonville's Green Valley Grill warms the soul with oak-fired menu treats.

A La Carte: Chaminade welcomes diners--and Santa--for the holidays.

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Like an Arrow: David Lynch plays it straight in new film, 'The Straight Story.'

Robot Tics: Robin Williams learns to be a loving human in 'Bicentennial Man.'

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What About It? Eclectic performance collective says goodbye to a unique downtown experiment and considers what to do next.


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