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newspaper cover For the Week of
December 20-27, 2000

Cover: Raging Waters
Surf punks and dotcommers clash in the crowded waves off Pleasure Point.


News: Nüz
The amazing expanding Oblates; bye-bye Patty; pesticide update.


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Adamant Eve: Forget 2000--the next millennium is about to begin for real.

A Gay Gala: A New Year's Eve party for queer youth promises to be a night to remember.

Midnight Specials: From First Night to last call, New Year's Eve has something for everyone.

Bruce Bratton: The Oblates of St. Joseph vs. the butterflies; this week's movies; First Night Santa Cruz needs volunteers.

Work: Eggheads Unite!

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Vibrant Vocals: Cheryl Anderson leads Cantiamo! Cabrillo to new heights in Concert for a Winter's Eve.

Sights & Sounds: Faced with the loss of their college-bound guitarist, the Sneaky Creekans are on the hunt for a replacement six-string samurai.

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Yum, Yum, Umunhum: Worth the trip over the hill to the Almaden Valley, Umunhum soars head and shoulders above the rest.

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Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright: Michelle Yeoh and Chow Yun-Fat light up the screen in Ang Lee's sweeping martial arts tale, 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.'

Mind Games: 'What Women Want' doesn't have a clue what women want.

Lost at Sea: Tom Hanks is punished with exile for working too hard in 'Cast Away.'

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Weekly World Web: Oh, Chanukah.


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