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For the Week of
December 1-7, 2004

Cover Story: Worlds Apart:
Marin is among the wealthiest counties in the wealthiest state in the wealthiest nation in the world. So why doesn't it fix a community that has no grocery store and no school? Whether it likes it or not, Marin City is a place unto itself. Matt Pamatmat takes note.

News: Gangsters Anonymous
Local Latino teens talk about jumping in and the gangster lifestyle.

Briefs: Health care workers at 13 Sutter hospitals plan to strike on Dec. 1.

Open Mic: Why does Santa Rosa discriminate against parking lot attendants?

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Rev: New Automotive Dictionary: I got to suckle at the thesaurus, discovering new words that would make me sound smart.

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

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Trent's Last Case: 'The Machinist' is more fun than a movie about starvation and sleeplessness has any right to be.

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Jungle Fever: Ozomatli set the roof on fire.

Re-Flied: Burrito Brothers get Deluxe update.

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A Long Strange Trip: Truth is often the first casualty of war, and the much ballyhooed 'war on drugs' is no exception.

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Grill Seeker: How George Foreman, Bobby Flay and Ted Nugent taught me to be a real (suburban) man.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Michel-Schlumberger Wine Estate.

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Fun with Nuns: 'Nuncrackers' makes merry.


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