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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 5-11, 1998

Cover: Down to Earth
Pajaro Valley looks to its roots for the seeds to its future.

Hometown:
Don't Call Me Ma'am!

Choose salutations wisely when addressing well-seasoned local women.


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Musical Chairs: Esteemed composers pay tribute to a musical great as part of the New Music Works' yearly ode to contemporary music.

Notes From the Underground: Punk bands with something to say rock The Point on the Eastside.

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Night Howl: Comedienne Marga Gomez sums herself up in her theatrical romp Pretty, Witty and Gay.

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Old-Time Religion: Robert Duvall reaches to preach in The Apostle.

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Nesting Instincts: Crow's Nest offers reliable food and dazzling views.

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