For the Week of|
July 20-26, 2000
Cover: Male Bondage
The pressure is on men to pump it up--with implants galore.
News: Civil War
North Bay activists ready for civil disobedience in response to possible enforced pesticide spraying.
Usual Suspects: Rep. Lynn Woolsey calls on Clinton to resign--from the Boy Scouts, that is.
Inside tips and tricks on thriving in the North Bay.
Body Politic: Local activist organizations work for change.
Sweet Dreams: Satisfy your chocolate cravings.
Rush Hour: North Bay coffee selections.
Byte This: Local hardware/software gurus.
Easy Does It: Indulge in a myriad of tension-busting treatments.
Family Values: Services and programs for parents and their kids.
Happy Feat: Local options for dancers and wannabes.
To Your Health: Resources that will help you take your health into your own hands.
Gimme Shelter: Find a place to live.
Paws for Thought: Pretty up your pet.
Vegetarian Vittles: Restaurants for non-carnivores.
Swirl, Sniff, Sip, and Spit: Wine 101 for Wine Country residents.
Hot Plate: La Charcuterie chef/owner Patrick Martin is in hog heaven.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Seeing Red: The Coen brothers issue a director's print of the 1984 cult classic 'Blood Simple.'
The Wine Country Film Festival: Official website offers schedule and ticket information.
Meet John Doe: Former X bassist releases new solo disc and swings through Santa Rosa.
Hot Shot: New CD pays tribute to ska pioneer Roland Alphonso.
SF Club Guide: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more from the City by the Bay.
Cafe Cinema: SMOVA readies the annual film cafe.
Offbeat: A pair of new books on the new bohemians fail to inspire.
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