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For the Week of
November 30-December 7, 2005

Cover Story: NIN Lives:
Nine Inch Nails main man Trent Reznor talks about addiction, near-death experiences and the perils of believing your own hype.

Temporary Living: 15 years after its inception, the Homeless Garden Project is still looking for a place to call home.

Nüz: The Mayor's Step-Great-Grandmother; Radio Shout Out; World AIDS Day.

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Rev: Better World Club's shtick is my shtick: You might need to drive, but you're not happy about it, so let's try to drive as lightly as possible.

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Positive Spin: 'Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic': I suppose she kisses her mom with that mouth.

Chill Thrill: 'The Ice Harvest' skates on very thin ice with anti-holiday bad cheer.

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Old Hat, New Heads: Tin Hat returns to the Kuumbwa as a quartet, as unique and interesting as they ever were.

A Bum in Santa Cruz: Ukulele Dick presents the Santa Cruz Music Archives.

The Rock Show: Lyrics Born; the Blue Lagoon.

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Season's Greening: Tips on surviving the holiday season for vegetarians and those who host them.

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Interview With an Icon: Tandy Beal unveils 'Mixed Nutz!'--the Nutcracker REMixed.


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