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News, The Snitch Sierra LaMar: Girl Who Resembles Missing Teen Spotted in Watsonville

Sierra LaMar: Girl Who Resembles Missing Teen Spotted in Watsonville

The mystery of what happened to 15-year-old Sierra LaMar, a high school cheerleader who has been missing for 10 days, took a hopeful turn today.Police tell reporters this morning that witnesses claim to have seen a girl who looks similar…
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Dining, Dish Enchanted

It's No 'Choke

It's all over but the keening, as they say, and even though I continue to wander around in a post-election daze, trying very hard not to grab the nearest Ohioan and shake him till his fillings fall out, I recognize…
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Dining, Eat

Dish

Porcini Weather For most of the year, the only porcini mushrooms available around here are the dried (and some say the best) kind, but in recent damp weeks, early shoppers at the Saturday farmers market might have noticed that John…
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News, Letters

Letters

Domestic Dispute This is to address the serious inaccuracies in your article "The Art of Discrimination" (Bay View, May 29), which incorrectly contends that the Asian Art Museum Foundation, a private nonprofit corporation, denies health insurance, retirement, and other benefits…
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Culture, Stage

Strike Out

From its haunting and provocative beginning to the apocalyptic earthquake at the end, Cherrie Moraga's Watsonville: Some Place Not Here challenges, taunts, inspires, and ultimately frustrates. As the inaugural production for the new Brava Theater Center, the play has a…
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Culture, Stage

Aisle Seat

If I Had a Hammer "I think we're going to have a backlash to the Republican backlash against the arts," says Ellen Gavin, Brava! for Women in the Arts' artistic executive director. "We'll have a renaissance. People have gone to…
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Culture, Stage

Aisle Seat

Cherrie Moraga's latest play, Watsonville, which opens May 25 at Brava Theater Center, is about, among other things, a cannery strike that lasted two years and was organized primarily by Mexican immigrant women. Moraga is a Chicana playwright with a…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Night+Day

wednesday may 22 Southern Comfort Watsonville, Calif., found its saint in tree bark and its strength in resistance to cannery management and rebuilding after the Loma Prieta earthquake. Playwright Cherrie Moraga looks at the unwavering faith of a predominantly Mexican…
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Culture, Stage

Aisle Seat

The Shape of Things to Come Among a hundred good reasons to live in the Bay Area, Brava! for Women in the Arts is firmly in the top 10. Brava! is busy this year with a major undertaking, the purchase…
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Music,

Night Crawler

Seven cop cars sit in front of the Cow Palace on Sunday afternoon. Taunting them directly across the street is a group of 40 or so red-clad gangbangers who had been kicked out of the 1995 Lowrider Classic Tour for…
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