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For the Week of
June 9-15, 2004

Cover Story: Eve of Reduction:
If the time to start conserving oil was yesterday, what will we do tomorrow?

Big Green Issue:
Goodly Green: Three thoughts, three dots.
Overwhelmed with Beauty: At the OAEC, good works and good life go together.
Waste Watchers: Health and Harmony wages a zero tolerance campaign on trash.

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Open Mic: When it comes to prisoners, mistreatment begins at home.

Rev: My friends and I arrived in our city car, tattooed with bumper stickers but otherwise shiny clean.

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Wealth of Junk: Sculptor Patrick Amiot and the flowing universe.

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

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The Firm: A new documentary explores the bottom line on 'The Corporation' culture worldwide.

The Burning Bush: 'The Day After Tomorrow' flames the president while it takes apart the planet.

Power Play: Educator Mavis Jukes on the strength of self.

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Poppin' Fresh: Local fans warm up to Toast Machine.

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Heart of Community: Sonoma's Center of the Universe Cafe is for all souls.

Swirl 'n' Spit: St. Francis Winery.


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