For the Week of|
September 6-12, 2001
Cover: Going Organic
In a pesticide-laden world, chemical-free wines are taking root in the North Bay.
Green Kitchens: 'Organic' is the word in restaurant dining.
Glow With the Flow: Are GMO grapes the 'new frontier' for pesticide foes?
News: News Bites
North Bay news and issues.
Kenneth Cleaver: The Consumer Correspondent wants to help the Gap achieve transcendence.
Open Mic: Pot Shot.
Arts, Etc.: The Sonoma County Museum appoints a new director; upcoming literary events.
Critic's Picks: A guide to the week's best arts, theater and music events.
Canal Zone: A trip to Venice leads to old-fashioned romance.
A Two Bass Hit: The bottom line on jazz-string greats Ray Brown and Jim Hall.
SiFT: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more from the City by the Bay.
Beat This: Literary icon Lawrence Ferlinghetti stumps for poetry with live readings in Petaluma.
Heaven Sent: Sandro Meallet dazzles readers with 'Edgewater Angels.'
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