For the Week of|
August 18-25, 2004
Cover Story: The Secret Lives Of Beekeepers:
Santa Cruz apiarists give our writer a look into the sugar highs and stinging lows of life in the incredible hive mind.
Nüz: Sam Farr dropped by Metro Santa Cruz to report from the Eastern front.
Rev: Mind Your P's and Q's: A little Buddha handclasp or a mouthed 'I'm sorry' goes a long way.
Taken for Grant: 'Touch of Pink' is a farce of a different color.
Rock & Roll Digger: Five rare and essential Patti Smith moments for the fan who has it all.
The Rock Show: They Might Be Giants; the Aptos Club.
Blessed Are the Cheese Makers: Harley Farms is reviving the near-forgotten glory days of coastal dairy production with its daringly old-school methods of getting the industry's goat.
Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves: Whatever John Fletcher's motives, 'The Tamer Tamed' makes for great comic theater.
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