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For the Week of
December 7-13, 2005

Cover Story: Micro Mansion?:
With North Bay housing getting dearer, 'cozy' takes on a new meaning. Seventy square feet, anyone? Jordan E. Rosenfeld knocks on doors.

News: Green Blues:
North Bay pest controllers strive to think outside of the bottle.

The Byrne Report: Crack of Light.

Briefs: SSU, R.P. Rapes.

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Rev: 'Crap Cars' drives home the humor.

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

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Oil Overload: 'Syriana' may have too much going on for mainstream audiences.

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Wash His Mouth Out: Is Blowfly more than just a loosely handled firework of filth?

Even More of Les: Primus chieftain releases paean to solo projects.

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Pretty Pictures And Big Type: Holiday gift-giving is the excuse you've been looking for to buy those ridiculously glossy art books.

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World-Class Winemaking: 'Wine Spectator' Top 100 has the North Bay written all over it.

First Bite: Red Rock Cafe.

Real-Life Kitchen: Presto Pesto.


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