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For the Week of
February 2-8, 2005

Cover Story: Hitchspiking!:
Traveling on nothing more than wits, grit and steel wheels.

News: Gang Busters
With Measure O, Sonoma County hopes to stem growing gang violence.

The Byrne Report: Hawk Tale.

Briefs: A new water supply reassessment study divides Rohnert Park.

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Rev: Go Enduro: The body has a stripped-down, almost skeletal look. Basically, they look like giant insects.

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Fantastic Four: A new quartet of superheroes steps up to fight evil. Their turf? The Middle East.

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

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Flick My Bickle: The inspiration for 'Taxi Driver' becomes a pale shadow of it in 'The Assassination of Richard Nixon.'

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Strings Attached: Frisell and Co. descend on the Raven.

Same Old Song: Do bands have the right to copy themselves?

Confluence of Influence: Mose Allison goes with status quo.

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Food for Thought: 'What the World Eats' exhibit something to chew on.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Peju Province Vineyards.

Roadkill: Simply Sushi.

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Stormy Marriage: 'Streetcar' and 'Iguana' engage Williams brilliantly.


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