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For the Week of
March 30-April 5, 2005

Cover Story: Cannabis Cure
Medical marijuana is legal. So what's the big deal? R. V. Scheide debunks the myth of the healthy twenty-something.

News: Big-Box Boom
Big-boxes are coming, bringing low wages with them.

The Byrne Report: Partner Trap.

Briefs: Stewards' Point.

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Rev: Ford's Fables: Manufacturer scores with ESUVEE creature.

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

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Dreamers and Schemers: Guerilla-style doc 'My Date with Drew' charms its way into the eighth annual Sonoma Valley Film Festival.

Wine World: 'Mondovino' a documentary with attitude.

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On Target: Henry Rollins gets the final word.

Sonic Ecstasy: Swervedriver get a scrap of their due.

Cyberdelic: Flower-powered webcaster streams patchouli for the ears.

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Good 'n' Sour Grapes: Terra Sonoma's verjus wisely strips the vine.

First Bite: Thai Orchid.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Ridge Vineyards Lytton Springs.

News of the Food: Water Fight.

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A Perfect Onion: McNally's 'Ganesh' is magical, unforgettable theater.


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