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North Bay Brew Pub Guide

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August 3-9, 2000

Cover: Dropping the Cork
PlumpJack winery rethinks that age-old favorite, the cork.


News: Jail is a Bust
Why are we filling our prisons with nonviolent drug offenders?

Usual Suspects: An upcoming forum focuses on police/community relations.

The Scoop: Political humorist Bob Harris offers live coverage of the GOP National Convention.

This Modern World: Cartoonist Tom Tomorrow takes on the Republicans.


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Dotcom Doom: The NASDAQ dives and the deathwatch is in full swing for troubles techies.

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Striking It Rich: DaVero olive oil magnates are reaping the fruits of their labor.

Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.

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I Am Spartacus! The Wine Country Film Festival pays tribute to veteran actor Kirk Douglas.

Girls' Camp: 'But I'm a Cheerleader' takes a campy cinematic look at lesbians.

Mascara Memories: New documentary shows how Tammy Faye Bakker put the fun back in fundamentalism.

The Wine Country Film Festival: Official website offers schedule and ticket information.

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Lonely and Lovin' It: Stephin Merritt sings a sad song--and offers no apologies.

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.

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Family Values: Infanticide and bloody vengeance don't prevent 'Electra' from being dull.

Summer Moon: The Valley of the Moon Festival of the Performing Arts leaps into action.


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