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For the Week of
January 19-26, 2005

Cover Story: Waters' Edge:
Alice Waters headlines a gathering of the world's top chefs at a world-class event right here in the Monterey Bay.

Skid Roe: Roe v. Wade turns 32 this week. But is the Democratic Party leaving it in the lurch as it searches for new leadership?

Nüz: A new radio documentary looks at Santa Cruz County's housing crisis.

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Rev: Prius Plus: Whew, not some crazy electric hippie car, this one's practical! And it does all the thinking for you.

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The New Deal: Murnau's 'Faust' screens in Santa Cruz and Monterey with a brand-new score.

Learning Curve: Almodóvar goes to the head of the class with 'Bad Education.'

Silk Degrees: 'House of Flying Daggers' shows off Zhang Yimou's wonderful world of color.

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The Rock Show: The closing of Henfling's; Felton Independent Community Radio benefit; the Dead Hensons.

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Pour Behavior: A tasting-room veteran offers some no-bull wine-tasting tips for Generation Next. For your own sake, abide.


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