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For the Week of
November 2-8, 2005

Cover Story: Hell No, GMO:
Yes on M.

News: Feeling Propositioned:
You may not like what the governor's muscled us into, but you should vote on it.

Other Voices: Are family farmers truly united against M?

The Byrne Report: Bobble Vote.

Briefs: Marin's Royal Visit.

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Rev: Guilt Emission: Terra Pass helps assuage with cash.

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

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Devil Dogs: 'Jarhead' an uncompromising look at Desert Storm.

Counter Intelligence: A rich guy and a poor guy contend for a lovely 'Shopgirl,' as they have since movies were invented.

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Sad 13 Challenge: Announcing a reader contest: Who can make the saddest mix CD?

Pulp Fiction: Drywall blend synth-pop, film noir and politics.

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Lowly Chow Goes Highbrow: Ingredients once considered low-class make a big splash in fine dining.

Swirl 'n' Spit: All Along the Wine Road.

News of the Food: Chef Hopping.

Real-Life Kitchen: Cran-tastic!

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Electric Rap: Exciting and original 'Beatbox' is one of year's best shows.


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