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For the Week of
July 13-19, 2005

Cover Story: Betty's Buddy:
Only the courageous Sara Bir could possibly want to spend an entire week with Betty Crocker, cooking exclusively from her 1962 guide for the modern homemaker. Tuna puff casserole, oh my.

News: Presumed Guilty:
Media coverage of the Lodi FBI arrests is more of the same, and it's left the community reeling.

The Byrne Report: Monkey Biz.

Briefs: Nude Redux.

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Bay in a Day: Learning the long, hard, 218-mile way that biking a double century is a different thing.

Rev: Haul for Love: You can have my man, but don't take his truck.

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

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Viet Vision: A half-American immigrant, scorned in his native Vietnam, dreams of selling shoes in 'The Beautiful Country.'

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Southern Men: Jennings junior and others revitalize Mason-Dixon music.

Heavy Delta: Local bluesman finds strange bedfellows.

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Swirl 'n' Spit: Whites for Chillin'.

News of the Food: Little Sprinklings.

First Bite: Market Cafe at Cornerstone.

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Play Dirty: Ren Faire stages come alive with some off-color comedies.


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