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For the Week of
February 16-22, 2005

Cover Story: Califcornication:
Michael Pollan sees how we sow seeds of destruction.

News: Closer to Free
Sonoma County is one step closer to ban on genetically modified organisms.

The Byrne Report: Rigged Game.

Briefs: Napa Goes Green.

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Rev: Stakeout!: You might want to keep your door locked to keep out the vermin or other unexpected intruders.

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

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Wild Gift: X's 'Unheard Music' DVD makes a present of the past.

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Rosco's Song: R&B legend signs off with new CD.

Bushwhacking the Vinyl Jungle: 'Lost in the Grooves' a field guide to forgotten greats.

Reflect and Roar: Young reggae lions Groundation pay annual tribute to Marley.

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King of California: Half a century of Upton Sinclair's state of the state.

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Listen Up!: Winetasting do's and don'ts for Generation Next.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Vincent Arroyo Winery.

News of the Food: Bowl of Disaster.

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A Playhouse Is Born: At long last, Actors Theatre and Santa Rosa Players have the new home they've been hoping, praying and (are still) fundraising for.


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