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For the Week of
May 11-17, 2005

Cover Story: Miracle Worker:
How one man convinced all of Sonoma County's cantankerous and disparate arts orgs to work together--in the name of sculpture.

News: Who Owns History?
The willy-nilly art of preserving local landmarks.

The Byrne Report: War on Vitamins.

Briefs: Uno vs. Cinco.

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Rev: All Things Motorcycle: Part 1: You concentrate totally on riding. It calms you. And because you are so focused, you see everything.

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

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Green Genes: 'Future of Food' sheds light on GMO debate.

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French Kisses: Learning to love le musique pop.

Hip to Alt-hop: The mess around sound of self-definition.

Agent Indie: NorCal comp thrives on organized chaos.

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Bitter Flower: Love, sex, abuse--growing up a 'Towelhead.'

Through The Looking Screen: John Markoff's new book examines the hippie-drugs-pixels connection behind the invention of the computer.

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Forbidden Fromage: The raw and the cooked--lusting for illegal cheese.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Bacchus and Venus Tasting Room.

First Bite: Dry Creek Kitchen.

News of the Food: Liquid Power.

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Dream Machine: 'Stones' shows Hollywood from the extras' side of the set.


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