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For the Week of
August 4-10, 2004

Cover Story: Is This Any Way to Elect a President?:
A reader's guide to sleazy campaigns, stolen elections and other time-honored American traditions.

News: A World of Suspicion
Napa County supervisor appeals court decision of possible vote fraud.

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Impulse Gardening: Melon scab, powdery mildew and other lessons of the greenhorn green thumb.

Rev: Suzie Baxman talks about her experiences as a lady truck driver.

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

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Red Scare: 'The Manchurian Candidate' and 'The Village' offer a double bill of good ol' American paranoia.

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Road Warrior: Richie Havens savors the '60s ethos.

Fair Whether: Springsteen's darkly light 'County Fair,' a should-be summer classic.

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Rise and Shine: Jonathan Ames' 'Wake Up, Sir!' is a dashing yet thoroughly wacky comedy.

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Thursday Night Flight: Ten wines, one roll of paper towels, two really bored people.

Swirl 'n' Spit: J Winery.

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World's a Stage: Guerrilla theater, Elizabethan-style, at Ren faire.


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