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For the Week of
January 26-February 1, 2005

Cover Story: Manufacturing Dissent:
What the Bush administration doesn't want you to know about Social Security. R. V. Scheide feels the crunch.

The Byrne Report: K-12 Kop.

Briefs: Who would have guessed that U.S. Rep. Lynn Woolsey, D-Petaluma, is a centrist?

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Rev: Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle--what does that involve? What's a 'partial zero'?

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Boob Tube: Fighting willful nipples, Shrinky Dinks and computerized sewing machines, Sara Bir descends to semi-celebrity status on 'Smart Solutions.'

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

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The Quality of Mercy: Al Pacino shows us the scorn of the scorned man in a magnificent 'Merchant of Venice.'

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Hard-Headed Woman: The gospel according to Wanda Jackson.

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Copy Cast: Word for Word breathe new life into lit.

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Taste Master: Chef Michael Chiarello defines the essence of the Napa Valley.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Unti Vineyards.

News of the Food: Oh! The Olio!

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Coming of Age: Hip-hop theater fest legitimizes the art form.

High Hopes: MTC's sweet 'Fortune' tempts fate.


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