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Cover: Fall Literary Quarterly
Bill Barich: Chronicle of a wine country family.
Harmonic Convergence: The musical world of Allaudin Matthieu.
Magic Realist: Whatever happened to Nobel winner Miguel Asturias?
Book Leaves: Lightly leafing through local literature.
News: Don't Touch Me There
Landmark school sex-harass suit heads for U.S. Supreme Court.
The Scoop: Diana, Murdoch, and the sum of us.
Kinda Blue: Blues guitarist Joe Louis Walker walks the walk and talks the talk with his Bosstalkers. Also highlights of the 25th annual San Francisco Blues Festival.
Celtic Pride: Chris Caswell sees green over Sebastopol Celtic Music Festival.
Talking Pictures: Petra Forsman, Amy Garcia, and Kym Kelly--outspoken and oft-ogled student/waitresses--take in the new shoe-on-the-other-foot comedy The Full Monty.
Lights, Camera, Action!: The Mill Valley Film Festival celebrates 25 years as Northern California's premiere film event.
Videophile: Cleaning house with Faithful, Kicking and Screaming and Volcano.
Zins of Our Fathers: Exploring the county's Italian wine roots.
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