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Bohemian cover For the Week of
May 16-22, 2002

Cover: The Sushi Guide
How to make it, where to get it and why there are rules to these things.

Hand to Mouth: The ultimate North Bay sushi listing.

My Sushi, My Self: From spam to nigiri, sushi satisfies.

Know Your Roll: A beginner's guide to sushi bar etiquette.

Model Food:: The art of faking it.

Nori Story: Seaweed--you're soaking in it!

Rice is Nice: The making and shaping of sushi rice is an age-old craft.

Whassup, Wasabi? Feelin' hot, hot, hot.

Sake to Me: Some like it hot.

Sushi Sing-Along!: Musicians pay homage to fish and rice.


News: Road Rush
Bicycle mania sweeps the North Bay, for one day at least.

Up a Creek: Celebrate the watershed, revere it, know it, clean it.


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Free to Be Me: Weirdos, freaks, and regular people from Mill Valley bare their souls online.

Tour of Duty: Sustainability Tour is home-grown ecotourism.

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

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The Z-Boys of Summer: In 'Dogtown and Z-boys,' old-school skaters grow up, spawn a movement.

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The Easy Life: Les Claypool pauses between projects to give no concrete details about anything.

Spins: Releases by Little Cat, Cindy Cohen and Peter Penhallow, James K and Eric Lindell.

SiFT: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more from the City by the Bay.


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