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For the Week of
December 17-24, 2003

Cover Story: No Yield
Why the bitter divide over Highway 1 is only going to get worse.

A Highway 1 Widening Primer: A quick guide to what might be done to Highway 1, and by whom.

Nüz: Santa Cruz protests the suspension of SB 60, which would have allowed undocumented immigrants to drive legally.

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One Wrong Tune: Down in Carmel, the controversy over an unpopular acoustic system has cast a shadow over the much-hyped opening of the newly renovated Sunset Center.

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The Weight of Fate: Three tortured souls can't escape destiny in the leaden '21 Grams.'

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Every Dog Has Its Day: Cheri Lovedog returns from the Hollywood wasteland to bring her namesake band to the Aptos Club.

The Rock Show: The Catalyst's Fat Tuesdays, Ozomatli, Zelda's songwriters showcase, Petty Booka.

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Long May It Huevos: With its new West Side cafe, El Palomar adds to its empire of top-notch eateries.


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