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July 1-7, 1999

Cover: Got Wood?
'Artistry in Wood' exhibit shows off Sonoma County's woodworking skill.


News: SWAT Nation
In the post-Columbine hysteria, even the tiny town of Windsor has voted to arm its police with assault weapons. Where's it all going to lead?

Working for a Living: The local living-wage movement flexes its muscle.

Get Rich Quick!: Or at least clean all that unwanted junk out of your closets.

Understanding Gun Violence: Join Together Online, a project of the Boston University of Public Health, provides community resources for those trying to make sense out school shootings.

Up to the Task?: See how your kids' school did in the state Standardized Testing and Reporting program.

Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.


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Wine Lines: Chenin blanc finally gets some respect.

Flat Out: Flatbreads are winning new fans.

Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.

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Dark Side: Director Spike Lee explores 'Summer of Sam.'

Kenny Unchained: The twisted kids of South Park hit the big screen in 'Bigger, Longer & Uncut.'

Hollywood & Vine: Disney soars on animation, flops on music in new 'Tarzan' adventure.

Moore Isn't Less: 'An Ideal Husband' isn't an ideal movie--but, hey, it does have Julianne Moore.

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Wired for Sound: Folk waif Kerry Walker tunes into electronica.

Viva! La Women: Lilith Fair returns with most eclectic roster ever.

Brave New Girls: The Donnas shake off the stigma of being young and cute and female in the world of rock & roll.

On the Road Again: Pavement's new 'Terror Twilight,' is far more coherent than its recent albums.

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Natural Born Killer: 'The Pathology of Lies' has a novel take on the cutthroat world of publishing.

Book Picks: Reviews of the latest books by Ariel Dorfman and Marci Blackman.


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