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[newspaper cover] For the Week of
Oct. 9-15

Cover: Smoke Screen
Last year, a group of Petaluma teens petitioned Winona Ryder to quit smoking on screen. Ryder responded loud and clear: butt out! With smoking on the rise among young adults, anti-smoking advocates are looking for new ways to get their message out.


News: System Overload
Accomodating the large number of baby boomers will require Social Security to be completely overhauled. But who will have to pay?

Washington Watch: Don't get fooled by those U.S. Senate campaign-financing hearings--the government is still for sale.

The Scoop: White is the color of money.

The Sonoma County Internet Expo kicks off Oct. 11 at LBC.

Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.


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Dancing Across the Ages: Now in its 44th year, the Paul Taylor Dance Company continues to explore uncharted territory while balancing on semi-traditional toes.

High Note: Lend Me A Tenor is a rollicking romp at Spreckles Performing Arts Center.

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Get Smart: Everything I need to know I learned on TV.

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Talking Pictures: David Templeton and best selling author Sheri Reynolds nibble on delicious Soul Food but end up on the floor.

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Something Sacred: Odean Pope never stops seeking ways to expand his musical gift.

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Take a Little Trip: Discover some special local wines just off the beaten path.

Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.

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