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For the Week of
August 31-September 6, 2005

Cover Story: What the Bleep Does He Know?:
Philosopher, scientist, stoner, former 'Playboy' editor--Robert Anton Wilson knows it all.

News: Developmentally Enabled:
Is Petaluma destined to become 'Whitesville' only?

Open Mic: On becoming a California native.

Briefs: Scan In The Place . . .

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Rev: Car Share: The wisdom of the revolving four-door.

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The Trouble With Islam-Bashing: Poet Nimah Ismail Nawwab brought her vision of Saudi Arabian Islam to San Jose. But is she too honest to succeed in America's 'bad Muslim' pop culture?

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

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Bobbin' Along: Dylan fans get a big fix of enigmatic rock icon.

Come Again?: The never ending saga of misheard rock lyrics.

Ozone Player: Commander Cody touches down in California again.

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Biodynamic Berries: Ancient ways are the next step in organic winemaking.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Camellia Cellars.

First Bite: Pignole.

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Free & Easy: Local theaters prepare to give it all away.


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