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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

W E D N E S D AY ’ S R E S U LT S DIVISION III No. 6 Live Oak 6, No. 11 SLV 5 No. 7 MVC 8, No. 10 Thomas More 5 No. 8 Santa Cruz 9, No. 9 King City 8 No. 16 Hillsdale 8, Scotts Valley 7 T O D AY ’ S G A M E DIVISION II No. 14 Aragon at No. 3 Aptos, 4 p. m. When the dust settled, the No. 7 seed Mustangs finished with more errors [ six] than hits [ five]. WATSONVILLE — Monte Vista Christian School’s baseball team threw balls errantly and bobbled and booted balls on defense in its first-round playoff game Wednesday. By JIM SEIMAS jseimas@ santacruzsentinel. com and then first base to catcher Still, they could point to their defense as the reason they rallied and scraped past No. 10 Thomas More 8-5 for their first Central Coast Section playoffs home win in school history. Trailing 4-2 in the bottom of the fifth inning of the Division III game, MVC escaped a jam with an inning-ending double play: shortstop to first base for the first out on a ground ball “That was probably the turning po...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TIME PLACE MEN’S GOLF CCS D-II playoffs, first round No. 14 Aragon at No. 3 Aptos 4 p. m. Aptos High Aptos’ Eddie Olson [ UNLV] at NCAA Regionals COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD NAIA Championships all day Indiana Wesleyan Univ. HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL: CCS D-II FIRST ROUND NO. 14 ARAGON ( 14-11) AT NO. 3 APTOS ( 17-8) At Aptos High, 3 p. m. The Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League runner-up Mariners make their first playoff appearance in two years. MLB 860 AM Tigers at A’s Giants at Diamondbacks BOXING 2 p. m. CSN-CA CYCLING Fighters TBA ( replay) GOLF ( replay) Visalia to Bakersfield Amgen Tour of California; Stage 5 2 p. m. Versus 8 p. m. Versus Continued from C1 “We’ve talked to lots of children and they don’t want cuddly toys,” London 2012 organizing committee chairman Sebastian Coe said.“ They want something they can interact with and something with a good story behind it.” London 2012 organizers unveiled the Olympic and Paralympic mascots Wednesday — one-eyed creations f...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

Sharapova, given a wild-card entry after being sidelined two months with a right elbow injury, didn’t face a single break point to claim her second win on clay this year. TENNIS Top-seeded Maria Sharapova cruised into the quarterfinals of the Strasbourg International with a 6-3, 6-0 win over qualifier Dia Evtimova. Johnson’s uncle and agent Andre Melton said that he’ll join the team at practice today after a meeting with the team’s front office that went“ extremely well.” ■ The Seahawks have signed former Buffalo Bills starting quarterback J. P. Losman and waived thirdstring quarterback Mike Teel. NFL Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson plans to rejoin the team after missing the first three voluntary practices over a contract dispute. Petrov finished the 163-mile leg from Lucera to L’Aquila, the lon- CYCLING Evgeni Petrov of Russia battled through rain and wind to win the 11th stage of the Giro d’Italia, and Richie Porte of Australia overtook the overall lead. Atlanta A’S Continue...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

Partlv s Partly sunny, windy Windy and cool with Clouds and sun, a and cool clouds and sun shower possible \\\\ San Francisco 70° 44° 67° 44° 64° 44° 62° 45° 66° 45° San Jose 66/48 69/51 "X. Los Angeles / SO/58,' 1 L-J (WARMER] El Paso Boulder Creek 69/44 69/45 . ED REINKE/ AP FILE Kentucky’s DeMarcus Cousins might fall to the Warriors in the NBA Draft. Another reason the Warriors might want to trade the pick: they could certainly use proven talent as opposed to young projects. Golden State already has one of the youngest rosters in the NBA and is still waiting on a few projects to develop in forwards Anthony Randolph and Brandan Wright, and guard Anthony Morrow. The No. 6 pick might be of most value to the Warriors if it helps them get someone who can come in and help immediately. two on the current roster, on the trading block. The Warriors may be able to take advantage of teams looking to move up in the draft. Or they could use the pick as a means of dumping salary would help the...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

SEE ‘ SHREK’ ON D2 This fourth and allegedly final installment in the series is lifeless, joyless and woefully devoid of the upbeat energy that distinguished the earlier movies — well, at least the first two. If“ Shrek the Third” from 2007 felt tired,“ Shrek Forever After” is practically narcoleptic. Given that“ Shrek Forever After” is the first film in the franchise in 3-D, it’s surprisingly flat — and we’re not just talking about the look of it. As for the animation, presenting it in 3-D doesn’t add a whole lot. This is not a deeply immersive experience; more often, it consists Brief bursts of manic energy give way to long, heavy stretches that drag. Most of the hackneyed pop culture references of its predecessors are gone, mercifully, but so is the fun. This time, the big, bad ogre is having a mid-life crisis — not exactly a hoot for the kids in the audience, and their parents can suffer through that at home for free. PARAMOUNT PICTURES Cameron Diaz and Mike Myers return to lend ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

“People were using their instruments and voices differently, in a very avantgarde kind of way,” White said. By connecting with musicians that were stepping outside of musical boundaries, she got the inspiration to experiment with new ideas. She is drawn to writing sad songs, she said. “It’s definitely melancholy and dark,” White said. “That’s what I’m interested in writing about-the things people don’t want to talk about. But my songs are more about hope and life then they are about death, CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Singer/ songwriter Emily Jane White explores themes of melancholy and darkness in her new album ‘ Victorian America.’ and I hope that people can see that.” White’s songs are not about herself. She strives to capture the human experience in an empathic kind of way, she said. Her lyrics draw scenes that invite abstract rather than literal interpretation. White describes the title song,“ Victorian America” as being inspired by gothic imagery, the Victorian era, and the suffering tha...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

librettist P. G. Wodehouse asked “Why don’t you get a haircut? You look like a chrysanthemum.” Other old school Broadway types had a different attitude toward flower power. New York Times critic Clive Barnes gushed that“ Hair” was“ the first Broadway musical in some time to have the authentic voice of today rather than the day before yesterday.” Charles Marcowitz wrote,“ Without Vietnam and the American repugnance to that war, the show would never have come into being. It is almost entirely nourished by the current generation’s hatred of what its“ senior citizens” have allowed America to become.” It is now more than 40 years later, and I and a whole generation of Boomers are the“ senior citizens.” Director Danny Scheie could have taken this play into any number By KATIE HUGHES MCKEE features@ santacruzsentinel. com ‘RABBIT HOLE’ it FILM By STEPHEN HOLDEN New York Times ‘ T E R R I B LY H A P P Y ’ V Santa Cruz Sentinel... The only missing piece to your advertising campaign. ' HI Rea...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

IF YOU GO ‘ONE VOICE FROM SHTETL TO SUBURBS: JEWISH SOUL MUSIC’ CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Brian Cox is a dying bartender who’s lost faith in humanity in the fable ‘ The Good Heart.’ DETAILS: 408-205-7976 or www. tbeaptos. org WHEN: 7 to 9 p. m., Saturday WHERE: Temple Beth-El, 3055 Porter Gulch Road, Aptos COST: Free; donations appreciated FEATURING: Rabbi Eli Cohen, Rabbi Paula Marcus, Jay Stoffer FILM REVIEW DIRECTED BY: Dagur Kari STARRING: Brian Cox, Paul Dano, Isild Le Besco RATED: R for profanity LENGTH: 1 hour, 35 minutes PLAYING AT: The Nickelodeon Stoffer, a renowned can- “The songs hold a very special meaning,” says Cohen.“ They bridge the world back to our grandparents.” Cohen’s background comes from the Conservative Jewish tradition, focusing on traditional Eastern European music. He grew up with cantors singing traditional melodies in the synagogue. compositions were written by the community’s cantor. Marcus, also the Congregational Cantor, classifies her musical background as ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

MAY 27: Who between the ages of 25 and 45 hasn’t seen this classic 1980s playing-hooky comedy? Made a star of Matthew Broderick, and made Chicago look like the coolest playground for a teen with time on his hands. Lotsa fun. SANTA CRUZ CINEMA 9: Thursday 8 p. m. 1-800-FANDANGO. PARAMOUNT PICTURES ‘JUST WRIGHT’ ‘ Iron Man 2’ ‘THE THIN MAN’ OPENS FRIDAY ‘ T E R R I B LY H A P P Y ’ ‘THE GOOD HEART’ ‘HARRY BROWN’ NOW PLAYING ‘ M A C G R U B E R ’ ‘SHREK FOREVER A F T E R ’ July 20 - August 29 T • The mk LlOI\ inWinter Byjames vjoldman ' B Directedby Richard E.T. White S i_YR.Ri.NG SSC Artistic Director Marco BarriceUi ‘IRON MAN 2’ SPECIAL SCREENINGS 3504; GREEN VALLEY CINEMAS: Daily ( 1: 35), ( 4: 15), 7, 9: 40 p. m. plus Saturday-Sunday ( 11 a. m.) 761-8200. masterful together. SANTA CRUZ CINEMA 9: Daily ( 2: 25), ( 4: 30), 6: 50, 9: 10 p. m. plus Friday-Sunday ( 12: 10 p. m.) 1-800-FANDANGO; APTOS CINEMAS: Daily 7, 9: 10 p. m. 688-6541. rider” culture of the area, this is the moving ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

shifting machines doing battle, declined to give further details or say who would replace the 24-year-old actress. Acoustic singer-songwriter Chris Pureka wowed a Boston Globe writer with her ‘ gifted guitar [ playing]’ and ‘ passionate lyrics.’ WHEN: Doors 8: 30, show 9 p. m. WHERE: The Catalyst, 1011 Pacific Ave., Santa Cruz COST: $ 12 advance, $ 14 door DETAILS: 21+, 423-1338, www. catalystclub. com CHRIS PUREKA New Orleans funk-rock brass band Bonerama won the 2010 Big Easy Award for Best Rock Band. WHEN: 8 p. m. WHERE: Moe’s Alley, 1535 Commercial Way COST: $ 15 advance, $ 18 door DETAILS: 479-1854, www. moesalley. com BY BERNICE BEDE OSOL LETTERS TO JULIET (PG) 2:10,4:30,7:10, ROBIN HOOD (PG13) 1230,3 45.7 01}, 4:45, 5:45,7:30,8:30,10:15 IRON MAN 2IPG13) * 12:15, 2:00, 3:00, FURRY VENGEANCE IPG) 1:05,3:10. 5:15 OCEANS (G) 7:20. 9:15 By DAVID BAUDER Associated Press Conan O’Brien headlines Turner’s TBS sales pitch NEW YORK — Conan O’Brien told a concert hall filled with adverti...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

E 9 9 I Z 8 ANNIE’S 8 i Z 9 L 9 8 i t Difficulty Level BY LUIS CAMPOS Today's clue; I equals C "WAA SPG WZCGXYKSD K'CG PWZ KO BD AKTG, WAA BD SXHJLAGY WOZ HLYSWIAGY, PWCG YSXGORSPGOGZ BG." UWAS ZKYOGD (c) 2010 by NEA, Inc. 5-20 Sy£, © 2010_United Foaiure Syndicate, Inc. ANSWERS Do not be greedy; take the safe line only once. same number and each 3x3 box contains the The object is to place the numbers 1 to 9 in the empty squares so that each row, each column DEAR ANNIE: My husband and I are in our late 40s and have been married 20 years. We have four kids. We are both well-educated professionals. A few years ago, I learned my husband was having one-night stands with other men. We went for counseling, and he promised to stop. Last summer, I found evidence that he’s up to the same thing. Again, we had counseling. Again, he made promises to stop. But last night, same old, same old. PREVIOUS SOLUTION: "Life is a dream for the wise, a game for the fool, a comedy for the rich, a tragedy fo...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 20 May 2010

BLUE LAGOON 923 Pacific Ave. 423-7117 The Devil Himself Rock, metal, grunge Karaoke BOCCI’S CELLAR 140 Encinal St. 427-1795 Big Bambu Rhythm and blues Society Santa Cruz Jazz TUESDAY: Velorio; WEDNESDAY: Nas; THURSDAY: Frequency Jones Your Music Magazine Band Olympicks Finals CATALYST 1011 Pacific Ave. Santa Cruz, 423-1336 feat. A Band of Orcs Santa Cruz TME presents Life’s a Beach COASTER’S LOUNGE 115 Cliff St. 426-3324 Monsters are not Myths plus Fighting Chance Americana, ska CROW’S NEST 2218 East Cliff Drive 476-4560 The China Cats Grateful Dead Jam Band Stormin’ Norman Rock Live comedy THURSDAY: One Love ( reggae) CYPRESS LOUNGE 120 Union St. 459-9876 DJ Kikoman Harry and the Hit Men Psychedelic, soul A Tribute to Duke Ellington MONDAY: Pablo Menendez; THURSDAY: Kuumbwa Jazz Honor Band KUUMBWA 320-2 Cedar St. 427-2227 For more information go to the Inspired by California page on Facebook, or go to www. inspiredbycalifor- Scudder and Halfmoon will be on hand with the fine poster...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 21 May 2010

Officials from the District Attor- Once investigators left, Martinez said, SubRosa members called the Santa Cruz Police Department to complain that their door was kicked in and that they were mistreated. “We were closed at the time,” Modes wrote in an e-mail.“ SubRosa has no employees and has an all-volunteer staff and is therefore not obligated to pay workers’ comp.” SANTA CRUZ — Investigators with the county District Attorney’s Office raided the anarchist SubRosa Cafe on Wednesday, reportedly looking for workers’ compensation documents. Details of the raid were sparse Thursday. But Rick Martinez, Santa Cruz deputy police chief, confirmed the incident. Wes Modes, co-founder of SubRosa, said four investigators were at the cafe and asked about“ workers’ comp issues.” SEE RAID ON A2 Hooked onHeroin PART 1: Police face challenges enforcing drug laws, court-ordered treatment programs lack funding, public ‘ blissfully unaware’ of illegal drug trade around them ROBINSON KUNTZ/ SENTINEL Th...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 21 May 2010

FANTASY 5 Afternoon DAILY 3 7 5 6 2 5 1 Night 9 11 12 23 35 DAILY 4 8 0 4 6 Continued from A1 RAID SubRosa Cafe at Pacifi c Avenue and Sycamore Street was the target of District Attorney’s Offi ce raid. WEDNESDAY’S SUPER LOTTO 4 8 32 34 43 14 Jackpot: $ 14M, no winner 1st: 2nd: 3rd: Race time: anthonyl@ santacruzsentinel. com mblaesser@ santacruzsentinel. com ANTHONY LEVINE ................................ eroy@ santacruzsentinel. com MIKE BLAESSER ..................................................... mbrowning@ santacruzsentinel. com ERIC ROY ........................................................... MICHAEL JUNG .................................................................. mjung@ santacruzsentinel. com DON MILLER ........................................................................... dmiller@ santacruzsentinel. com MARDI BROWNING ............................ LAIRD V\ fj W if A for same-day redelivery. DAILY DERBY No. 10, Solid Gold No. 7, Eureka No. 11, Money Bags 1: 43....

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 21 May 2010

Supporters of the proposed initiative are waiting to see whether it will qualify for the November ballot. If approved by voters, the initiative would delay the 2006 climate regulations until California’s unemployment rate — now at 12.6 percent — drops to 5.5 percent and stays there for a year. That’s only happened three times in the past three decades. cies.” Oil companies are funding the drive to put the initiative on the November ballot. Associated Press Mammogram program cuts affect more women than expected officials said the increase in funding didn’t match higher costs and reflected a one-time budget boost. Associated Press By SHAYA TAYEFE MOHAJER FRIDAY Dinner Specials Specials Health officials had said the cuts enacted in January were intended to reduce the number of mammogram recipients by about 17 percent, to about 21,600 a month. The state reported this week that the program LOS ANGELES — Cuts to a California program that provides mammograms to low-income and uninsured pat...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 21 May 2010

But Maryland genome-mapping pioneer J. Craig Venter said his team’s project paves the way for the ultimate, much harder goal: designing organisms that work differently from the way nature intended for a wide range of uses. “This is the first self-replicating species we’ve had on the planet whose parent is a computer,” Venter told reporters. And the report, being published today in the journal Science, is triggering excitement in this growing field of synthetic biology. WASHINGTON — Scientists announced a bold step Thursday in the quest to create artificial life. They’ve produced a living cell powered by manmade DNA. The inventors call it the world’s first synthetic cell, although this initial step is more a re-creation of existing life — changing one simple type of bacterium into another — than a built-from-scratch kind. Friday’s report combines those two achievements to test a big question: Could synthetic DNA really take over and drive a living cell? Somehow, it did. “This is tran...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 21 May 2010

estimated is gushing into the Gulf of Mexico as heavy crude washed into Louisiana’s wetlands for the first time. Mark Proegler, a spokesman for oil giant BP PLC, said a mile-long tube inserted into a leaking pipe over the weekend is capturing 210,000 gallons a day — previously estimated as the total gushing into the sea — but some is still escaping. He would not say how much. HOW MUCH BP conceded Thursday that more oil than it By LEAH FRIEDMAN Raleigh News and Observer On approved credit. financing for60mos.* 0% APR $ 0Down Payment $ 0 Payments Until End Of July 2009 NISSAN VERSA AUTO $ 11,988 NET COST TO YOU PATRICK SEMANSKY/ AP Oil is seen on a beach near the recently dammed mouth to wetlands on Elmer's Island in Grand Isle, La., Thursday. WHERE IT’S GOING Heavy, sticky oil was starting to clog Louisiana marshes, while another edge of the partly submerged crude reached a powerful current that could take it to Florida and beyond. Small amounts of light oil have washed up in delicat...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 21 May 2010

Amedeo Modigliani's ‘ La femme a l'eventail’ is one of the five stolen masterpieces. From right, Laura Fattal and her son Josh Fattal, Nora Shourd and her daughter Sarah Shourd, and Shane Bauer and his mother Cindy Hickey sit during a press briefing at a hotel in Tehran, Iran, on Thursday. They cried, laughed and kissed. The conservative Islamic head scarves worn by the mothers slipped back and bouquets of flowers were set aside as they sat together and began to reconstruct their lives since last summer. The families later ate an abundant lunch together at a feast of rice, kebabs and other traditional Middle Eastern dishes. The pris- The mothers threw their arms in the air and rushed to embrace their children as they entered a room at a high-rise hotel that overlooks the Evin Prison where the three have been held. TEHRAN, Iran — Three Americans jailed in Iran for 10 months embraced their mothers and spoke of their life in Tehran’s most dreaded prison Thursday in an emotional reunion...

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