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For the Week of
April 14-20, 2004

Cover Story: Fading Dream
Home prices have soared during an interest rate-fueled real estate boom, and workers' wages are dropping. Only the lucky can afford North Bay homes. What will the rest of us do?

News: The Right Medicine
Local entrepreneurs make the case for more medical marijuana dispensaries.

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Courtney as Metaphor: When did breasts become so damned scary?

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

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Dancer in the Bark: Attacking an elephant with a peashooter, Lars von Trier takes on America in 'Dogville.'

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Free Radical: Country Joe McDonald still leans left.

Musique Magicale: Dgiin's got the international groove.

California Dreamin': Dave Gleason in a golden state of mind.

The Fat Effect: NOFX's Fat Mike is a man on a punk mission, hoping to bring malcontents everywhere together with his Rock Against Bush tour.

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Wrap Star: Let us now sing the praises of cellophane.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Gundlach Bundschu Winery.

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Fringe on Top: Dominican's annual celebration of undiscovered one-acts.


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