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For the Week of
February 23-March 1, 2005

Cover Story: Have a Little Faith:
Progressives gather steam, strength and a little spiritual muscle. Swami Beyondananda sees the future and it's not so grim.

The God Problem: Breaking tradition to fix Christianity.

News: Limbo Land:
Parkland policy threatens the future of open space.

The Byrne Report: Family Biz.

Briefs: Of Mouse and Men.

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Rev: Car and Taxes: If you purchase a new hybrid gas-electric vehicle by the end of 2005, you can take a clean-fuel vehicle-tax deduction of up to $2,000.

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

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Short Cuts: Oscar shorts get there in record time.

Free Birds: One man's love affair with San Francisco's wild parrots is a bittersweet love song to a city.

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Fest Feast: So much music, so little time.

Misters Fantasy: Traffic are through, but their legacy lives on.

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Gonzo Gone: Hunter S. Thompson, R.I.P.

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Food, Horrible Food: Even food writers hate their jobs when they're sick. Ours isn't afraid to talk about it.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Summers.

News of the Food: Secret Burgers.


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