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For the Week of
December 8-15, 2004

Cover Story: Made in the North Bay:
Our highly selective guide to buying the good stuff at home.

Jock Meets Queen: Athleta proves looking great and shredding are synonymous.

Magic in a Bottle: The numinous mists of the Elixir Cafe.

Two Good: OGA saves the forest and patio furniture, too.

Ride On: Healdsburg's RKA gives motorcyclists the tools to go the distance.

News: Slippery When Wet
Is Rohnert Park simply rewriting its water history?

The Byrne Report: Tom Ridge's legacy? The institutionalization of cowardice.

Briefs: That milk and lettuce diet giving you a little boost lately? Perhaps it's tainted with perchlorate.

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Rev: Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?

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

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Oscar Glances: It's never too early to start handicapping the Academy's race for acting honors.

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Box Tops: CD sets are a holiday hit.

Sonic 'Scape: 'Connections 2' finds bond in our shared community.

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Censorious Style: 'Joneses' just says no to everything.

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Table of Earthly Delights: Eating your way through the North Bay.

Swirl 'n' Spit: Stryker Sonoma Vineyards.

Hail to the Food: Bite-Size Elegance.


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