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For the Week of
October 2-8, 2003

Cover Story: Collateral Damage
Harmon Leon infiltrates the Arnold for Governor campaign, wreaking havoc amongst Republicans and bodybuilders.

50 Reasons Not to Vote for Arnold: 'Reason #27: He's got creepy connections to the energy crisis.'


News: Recall Election Recommendations
The Bohemian presents its analysis of the Oct. 7 special election.

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Humble Pie: William T. Wiley's long and tortured involvement in having fun.

Out of Their Gourds: From the garden springs art, in Food for Thought's third annual Calabash Festival.

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

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Continental Breakfast: The Mill Valley Film Festival imports a feast of remarkable films from out of Africa.

Buddy Bashing: Dick Bright and Jeremy Kramer take on the Rock and the 'American Pie' guy.

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Healing Power: Celtic troubadour Richard Thompson is no flash in the pan.

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Craftsman-casual: Brannan's Grill hits and misses, but still impresses.


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