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For the Week of
January 12-18, 2005

Cover Story: Birth of the Cosmos:
New SSU technology lets scientists witness the first rumblings of the big bang.

News: Animal Pragmatism
As the fur flies in Guerneville, the middle ground gets harder to find.

The Byrne Report: Dharma Crumbs.

Briefs: Are anti-Bush boycotts like the Not One Damn Dime Day protest on Jan. 20 really effective?

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Rev: My first auto show.

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Addicted to Joys: Rock writer Michael Goldberg turns his eye to new challenges.

Critic's Picks: A guide to the week's best arts, theater and music events.

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

Go Fish: Marine biologist Christina Slager dives into 'The Life Aquatic.'

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Peeves!: Five things that de-tune Greg Cahill's day.

Get Up, Stand Up: Music activism didn't stop with Nov. 2.

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Sirius Matters: In his new history of the counterculture, author Ken Goffman tracks down history's freethinkers.

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Lean Cuisine: With the holidays finished, January looks like ham and beans.

Swirl 'n' Spit: The Smart Drinkers' Tour of Winter Wineland.

Food for Thought: Old World, New World.


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