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For the Week of
April 7-14, 2004

Cover: People of Letters
Our Spring Lit issue spells good reading for the season.

Not Going Softly: The Beats raged against the night.
Book Notes: New and noteworthy, local and langurous.
Falling to Pieces: James Frey's jaggedly beautiful story of putting it all back together again.
Art of Mothering: Novelist Jean Hegland balances words with work.
Immigrant Song: The story of Arab Americans in California and the North Bay.
Feel the Love: Chip Wendt's Running Wolf Press is all about the juice.
Adult Reader: Wil Wheaton steps out of Crusher's shadow.

News: Grow Up, Not Out
Farmers and environmentalists work to prevent sprawl.

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

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New Deal: Cyberpunk visionary Richard K. Morgan takes on the future.

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Hillbilly Deluxe: BR5-49 retool the show.

M.O.B. Rule: Benji Nichols rounds up musicians to help oust Bush.

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Chasing Rabbit: Cacao, bunnies and resurrection: what's the connection?

Swirl 'n' Spit: Casa Nuestra Winery.


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