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For the Week of
November 3-9, 2004

Cover Story: Knife-wielding robots can save your life!:
Scalpels now venture where no man has gone before.

News: Minding Your Elders
North Bay nursing home chain Ensign pulverized by watchdog report.

The Byrne Report: Sawdust Arnie.

Briefs: Laid-off farmworkers at Mondavi Winery receive an unpleasant surprise along with their pink slips.

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Rev: Mysterious Fluid: I had a dream about elevators going down or something, and woke up to the sensation of being stuck to the bottom of the truck bed.

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

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Size Matters: International Latino Film Festival proves bigger is better.

Linney Aged: An older woman calls the shots on romance in Dylan Kidd's 'P.S.'

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Mojo Hand: Who says Lightnin' never strikes twice?

For Whom the Ring Tones: Ring tones find their way to the Billboard chart.

More of Les: Col. Claypool hosts a rock circus.

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Italian State of Mind: New cookbooks showcased at Simi series.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Clos Pegase Winery.

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Times Two: 'Renaissance' is a tasty new stew, 'Laughing' a mess.


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