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For the Week of
September 15-21, 2004

Cover Story: Shiftless Youth:
Fixed-gear bikes can't shift and won't brake. Of course they're hot. Gabe Meline resists, relents and finally rides the trend. Man, do his legs hurt.

News: Moving In
For Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County, homes are where the heart is.

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Rev: Think Again: Think leasers in San Francisco staged funerals for their beloved cars... draping American flags, playing 'Taps.'

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

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The Swank Tank: All yesterday's parties: Evelyn Waugh's 'Vile Bodies' become 'Bright Young Things' in Stephen Fry's successful adaptation.

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Mute Music: Coma Lilies and Seeded Skies are lyrical enough without words.

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Words, Words, Words: Sonoma County Book Fair celebrates the area's rich literary stew.

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Crumbs of Knowledge: Ben Schott's 'Miscellany' has everything you never needed to know about food and drink.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Viansa Winery.

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Lenny Lives!: New CDs spotlight Bruce's comedic genius.

Original Sins: Cinnabar's staging of 'Cabaret' transcends.


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