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Off the Cutting Edge
Sara Bir's blog.

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For the Week of
March 1-7, 2006

Cover Story: Epic Sorrow:
With the Oscars saluting the small story well told, what happened to the huge tale writ large? Hannah Strom-Martin takes a look at the big picture.

News: Bridge Too Far Gone:
Replacing the Geyserville span may require 12 months and an entirely new structure.

The Byrne Report: Tune in, Please.

Briefs: Suing Over Sewage.

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Slam Dance: Supreme Pro Wrestling: punk rock in spandex?

Rev: Car Snacks.

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

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Weight of the World: Oscar-nominated docs give snapshot of the year.

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The Bard Is Back: New box spotlights king of Celtic folk-rock.

Break on Through: Former Door Ray Manzarek finds new life in the old songs.

Kiosk of Misfit CDs: The music no one checks out at the public library.

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Good and Gamey: In which the author hosts a meat-off of far-ranging proportions and visits the mysterious Bud's Meats.

News of the Food: Coffee-Off.

Morsels: Edible Flowers.

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Winter Tales: Notes from Ashland in the crisp nonsummer.

Hearts in Darkness, Flights of Fancy: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival opens its 2006 Season with flying lawn chairs, spirited name droppers, heartbreaking hideaways, mysterious wintry trees--and not a bear in sight.


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