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Off the Cutting Edge
Sara Bir's blog.

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For the Week of
March 8-14, 2006

Cover Story: Succumb Here Often?:
Getting sarged over NLP, a brand-new way to brainwash your date.

News: Voice of the Worker:
Bilingual KBBF-FM returns to its roots.

The Byrne Report: Wake-Up Call.

Briefs: Krug Worker Woes.

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Rev: DMV SOS ASAP.

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The Big Four: Introducing the North Bay's newest arbiters of taste.

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

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Blue Danube: New film shows how Heidegger got out of the boat.

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Eight Noble Truths: In praise of the 8-track, bastard stepchild of formats.

Alone Together: Rock reflects the singular in the collective.

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Cutting the Mustard: In which we learn an unusual amount about one certain condiment.

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Pleasantly Pissed: SRP scores a straight flush with 'Urinetown.'

Winter Tales: Notes from Ashland in the crisp nonsummer.

Hearts in Darkness, Flights of Fancy: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival opens its 2006 Season with flying lawn chairs, spirited name droppers, heartbreaking hideaways, mysterious wintry trees--and not a bear in sight.


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