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For the Week of
October 26-November 1, 2005

Cover Story: Days of the Dead:
Keeping a loved one at home to lie in honor after death is only one of the old things that is new again. Joy Lanzendorfer anoints the home funeral movement.

News: All-Access Pass:
Public-access TV threatened by new bill.

The Byrne Report: Believe It Not.

Briefs: Absentees on the Rise.

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Paper Trail: Recalling Sonoma County's first alt newspaper.

Rev: Horse Trading: The do's and don'ts of buying and selling.

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

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Fear Factor: Reliving the blacklist in 'Good Night, and Good Luck.'

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Bebop and Beyond: Jazz reissues fly fast and furious.

Elemental Soul: Earth, Wind & Fire focus on the present.

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Random Jive: Introducing the winners (and wonders) of our annual writing contest.

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Meat in Costume: Colored Cheez Whiz has nothing over jellied tongue on Halloween.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Hess Collection Winery.

News of the Food: Unnatural Bedfellows.

First Bite: Sushi Tozai.


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