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For the Week of
July 7-13, 2004

Cover Story: Tapped Out
The FBI's new wiretap bid may put smaller ISPs out of business.

News: Fair Play
Sonoma may become the next city to pass a living wage ordinance.

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Rev: David was drinking a Dr. Pepper, and so we cut that up, put it around the hose inside the tank, and clamped it down.

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

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Parched: 'Thirst' is a frightening forecast of water wars to come.

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Who's That Girl?: Mandonna take on the Material One herself.

Frank Talk: The Raven screens the Tom Waits classic 'Big Time.'

Strength to Endure: All hail Johnny Ramone, the ultimate conservative punk.

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Bill of Particulars: Bill Clinton's 'My Life' is 957 pages long, but we know some shortcuts from Hope to Washington, D.C.

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Fear of Frying: A gentler, kinder McDonald's wants to help you Go Active!

Swirl 'n' Spit: Gallo of Sonoma Winery.

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It's All Good: SRT sharpens the light in 'Our Town.'


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