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Cover For the Week of
July 3-10, 2002

Cover: Reality Check
Taking a closer look at the biggest issues facing downtown Santa Cruz.


News: Nüz
City councilmembers hear public input on downtown issues.


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Bruce Bratton: Listeners plan class action suit against KAZU manager John McNally and CSUMB president Peter Smith.

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As Nasty as She Wants to Be: Margaret Cho's new concert film is a sex-charged hoot.

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Loving the Aliens: As the Flatlanders regroup for a new album and tour, the truth is out there.

The Rock Show: Gillian's Island.

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The Death Of the Doughnut: The edible metaphor for life's circular rhythms, the doughnut has become America's forbidden treat.


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