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For the Week of
July 21-27, 2004

Cover Story: Three-Minute Love Affairs
Argentine tango and Spanish flamenco ignite passions.

News: Growing Concern
Sonoma and Marin County initiatives challenge genetically manipulated crops.

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Rev: Biodiesel Diaries III--South America: 'I had time to wonder, "Is this car going to stop rolling? Are we rolling off of a cliff?"'

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By the Beautiful Sea: Just at the golden sweet spot of high summer, several visual art exhibitions beckon us back indoors.

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

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May in December: 'The Mother' and her daughter love the same unsuitable man in the new London.

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True Jazz: Saxophonist Howard Wiley blows it wide open.

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My Back Pages: Rock 'n' roll reading.

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Ghee Whiz: Pamposh Indian restaurant is a jewel in the crown.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Kendall-Jackson Vineyards.

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Two Good to See: Marin Shakespeare scores with 'Othello' and 'Conquer.'


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