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North Bay Bohemian
04.16.08

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News

Sonoma County Roller Derby
Fishnets + Fisticuffs = Fun

News

News
Reasons Behind the Collapse of the Salmon Fisheries

News Blast
Time to learn more and comment on MLPA decisions for the North Coast is April 22-23

Columns

The Green Zone
North Bay salons band together for innovative hair mat oil-cleanup program.

Open Mic
A San Rafael real estate agent explains why now is still a good time to sell.

Music & Clubs

Interview: Kathy Mattea
Mattea's newest release, 'Coal,' articulates her family's history with mining.

Profile: Leon Redbone
Who is Leon Redbone? We still don't know.

Preview: Independent Record Store Day
Show your love to actual real people on Sat., April 19 and get goodies in return.

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Restaurants

Syrah vs. Shiraz
Shiraz is from Australia; Syrah, from everywhere else. To add to the confusion, this single varietal tastes exactly like where it was grown, from meat to mushrooms, from Oz to Ojai.

Restaurant Review: Nick's Cove in Marshall
Pat Kuleto's over-the-top oyster shack even upstages the views of Tomales Bay.

Winery Review: Freestone Winery
New tasting room in the tiny town of Freestone a welcome addition.

Food News: Samuel Adams recalls 25 percent of its product
Glass in your glass prompts this little mega-brewery to bring it off the shelves.

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Movies

Review: 'Where in the World is Osama bin Laden?'
Morgan Spurlock's new doc makes Michael Moore look like Noam Chomsky. No wonder they all hate us.

MORE MOVIE REVIEWS    SONOMA COUNTY / NAPA COUNTY / MARIN COUNTY MOVIE TIMES

The Arts

Profile: Pianists Seth Montfort and Haley Yount Severe
Begin the Russian River Performing Arts Center in a reclaimed mortuary.

Profile: The origami art of Robert Lang
Dr. Lang, a physicist by profession, is also one of the world's top experts in this difficult art.

Stage Preview: 'Romeo and Juliet' and 'West Side Story' in SSU repertory
David Templeton sits down with the cast and directors of these two shows to discuss why young love never dies.

The Arts

Letters to the Editor:
March April 16-22, 2008




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