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For the Week of
March 2-8, 2005

Cover Story: The Trouble with Harry:
Modern-day populist or cantankerous political Luddite? Pinning down mayoral candidate Harry Martin isn't easy.

News: Every Vote Counts:
Sizing up the upcoming special election.

The Byrne Report: Blind Trust.

Briefs: Race Report Card.

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Rev: Just because it's a biodiesel station doesn't mean that people don't drive off with the nozzle still in their car.

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Byck's Miracle: Sculpture Sonoma, 2005--coming to a venue near you.

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

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War of the Mothers: Dan Harris' 'Imaginary Heroes' wrestle with love and death in Glen Ridge, N.J.

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'Souls' Ascending: John Adams gets Grammy nod for 9-11 elegy.

Sticks and Stones: Rest on a futon and crank up the driftwood.

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Daughter of the Revolution: Chun Yu's 'Little Green' offers a window of innocence on a dark chapter of modern China.

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Soup-o-Rama: Girls' night takes on a whole new meaning with soup.

Are You Vegetarian Enough?: And other ethical head games carnivores love to play with meatless eaters.

Swirl 'n' Spit: St. Supéry.

News of the Food: Not So Sweet.

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Male Call: Where have all the good men gone?


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