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For the Week of
July 28-August 3, 2004

Cover Story: Mouth Wandering
The ultimate resource to satisfying the North Bay's oral fixations.

Queen of Cups: Taylor Maid Farms' Trish Skeie makes some damn fine coffee.

Fessin' Up to the 'F' Word: Proud confessions of a foodie.

News: Crisis and Opportunity
Santa Rosa's Mama Collective rises to the challenge of the GOP.

Homeland Security Über Alles: Lynn Woolsey and the American way.

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Rev: This summer's biggest movies seem to be getting all political about cars.

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

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Bot and Souled: 'Corpses' author sees 'I, Robot' and 'Fahrenheit 9/11' as same movie.

No Compromise: Environmentalist David Brower and the fight to save the earth.

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Wild Things: Mardi Gras Indians turn up the heat.

Buying Blare: A study in the mechanics of shopping music.

Wouldn't It Be Nice: Brian Wilson's newest misses the hit again.

Feeling Monkish: 1956 was very good year for jazz buffs.

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'G' Is for Grafton: Mystery novelist Sue Grafton soups the alphabet.

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Swirl 'n' Spit: Gloria Ferrer Winery.


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