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Opera preview: Sonoma City Opera's 'Every Man Jack'
Writer Jack London's life, seen through the prism of alcohol, is subject of new world premiere opera.
Opinion: Diebold voting machines
Easier to hack than a preschooler's toy and with no record for voters, Diebold machines are at risk.
Voting the Nov. 7 elections
The Bohemian's recs on midterm madness. Hint: We're not spending a dime.
News briefs for Sonoma, Marin and Napa
COPIA reduces, Sonoma County's medical marijuana rules change and Humanity comes to Marin.
Ask Sydney: No question too big, too small or too off-the-wall
Neither a lender nor a borrower be; the soul's pain; and broke but happy.
Movie review: 'Catch a Fire'
Director Phillip Noyce's newest a harsh look at apartheid in South Africa.
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Music essay: The Misfits
It isn't Halloween without them.
Music preview: Markus James
The bluesman brings his transnational blues back home.
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Profile: Meet Farmer Smith
Sebastopol's Dan Smith owns the French Garden, but his real success is failure.
Column: Clark Wolf. Michelin Bay Area Guide 2006
Renowned restaurant consultant Wolf rips Michelin a bit of rubber.
Winery profile: Buena Vista Carneros
Everything is about the burnt toasty notes at one of Sonoma's oldest wineries.
Restaurant review: Pazzo in Petaluma
Affordable Italian and Mediterannean dishes in stylish interior.
Food news: Pinot on the River
Russian River Valley hosts Pinot extravaganza. Also, stuffing contest with Steve Garner.
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Event preview: Petaluma's Art + Architecture fundraiser
The Petaluma Arts Council looks to a new future, plus meet sculptor Michael Cooper.
Stage review: Cinnabar Theater's 'Girl of the Golden West'
Puccini's light opera gets delightful play on Cinnabar's stage.
Letters to the Editor
October 25-31, 2006.