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Brewpub Guide

newspaper cover For the Week of
Nov. 6-12

Cover:
Rock & Roll Recipes

Johnny Otis--rock 'n' roll Hall of Famer, songwriter, bandleader, radio host, apple farmer and preacher--heats up the kitchen with his down-home dishes.


News: Get Out Your Arks
Sonoma braces for a predicted record rainfall.

Fuming in Forestville: The community turns up its nose to a proposed asphalt plant.

Homeless, not Helpless: With a bicycle and reusable materials, Roger Montgomery's invention could provide shelter and keep the streets clean at the same time.

Slave Trade: Is America ready to pay its debt of reparations to African Americans?

The Scoop: Want a job that will "challenge your deepest resources including fast-moving, ambiguous and unstructured situations"? Join the CIA.

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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Queer to the Core: Gina Arnold finds the spirit of punk music alive and well in the queercore movement.

Spins: Reviews of CDs by Jimi Hendrix, Richie Havens and Everclear.

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Free at Last: Local exhibit explores past African-American experience.

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Talking Pictures: David Templeton talks to a team of genetic bioethicists about the disconcerting new techno-thriller Gattaca.

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Dysfunctional Family: Amusement and perversion abounds in The House of Yes.

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

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The Kind Men Like: A new collection preserves the arcane art of the Tijuana Bibles.

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