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For the Week of
March 2-9, 2005

Cover Story: American Idle:
One woman's journey to reality TV hell and back.

Nüz: Yellow Brick Road to Pension Reform.

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Rev: Just because it's a biodiesel station doesn't mean that people don't drive off with the nozzle still in their car.

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Home Alone: Silence is solace for Henry Darger in the 'Realms of the Unreal.'

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Notes of Memory: The San Jose Chamber Orchestra and New Music Works pay homage to composer Lou Harrison in a pair of concerts.

Happy 40th--and Manny More: Manny Santana whoops it up with concert and flan.

The Rock Show: Salif Koné and Universal Language.

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Knife Knife Baby: Terry Beech is a know-it-all when it comes to knife-sharpening etiquette.

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Power Surge: Erica Lann-Clark goes shopping for God and--oops--finds the goddess, instead.


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