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For the Week of
January 18-25, 2006

Cover Story: Fermenting Change:
Can a new generation of growers and wineries put southern Santa Cruz County on the map?

Winter Vegetables Are Your Friends: The Brassicaceae family wants to keep your family happy and healthy this season.

Nüz: Credible Threats; Incredulous Requests; About Last Night 3.

Iraq Is Not a Small Central American Country: At UCSC talk, Juan Cole will offer informed comment on our Middle Eastern adventures.

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Rev: Door, Meet Bicycle.

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Prince Violent: Kevin Reynolds obscures the brains and the brawn in adaptation of 'Tristan & Isolde.'

Cat Power: The superbly made animal adventure film 'Duma' beguiles adults and children.

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Straight Outta Grand Forks: Championed by Bonnie Raitt, Tom Brosseau may well be the most intriguing new artist you've never heard.

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Speaking Cash to Power: Author John Harrington offers tips for taking on the leviathan.

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Dessert for Dinner: Kelly's French Bakery makes evening dining a treat.


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