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Janja Lalich hopes her book will help people better understand why cult members make the choices they do.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 08.12.04
What’s happening to the Tuscan Ridge Golf Club?
By Michelle Maas
By Tom Gascoyne
Imprisoned Medpot activist Bryan Epis out on bail pending appeal.
By Josh Indar
Grinsell arraigned; taggers maybe not Nazis after all; naked tweeker on a rampage.
A young visitor takes away impressions of Chico.
By Clinton Wai
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Nargis Nooristani
By C. Owsley Rain
Burgers by school, hospital rating and a bit of personal news.
Douglas Keister has 25 books to his credit.
The Lion in Winter is closer to Dallas than it is to Shakespeare.
By Robert Speer
Local girls poetry group releases poetry chapbook.
Reviewed by Jason Cassidy
A petition to put the late Ray Charles on the $10 bill.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Vietnamese-American classical guitar.
Local musician Jason Willmon quietly distributes personal batch of home-recorded tunes.
By Jason Cassidy
Grammy-nominated jazz vocalist/pianist Karrin Allyson rolls the grand piano onto the Big Room stage.
Final Dik Diks show is pink panty party good.
By Chelsea Sime
Two out of three ain’t bad, as Pedro the Lion and Tilly and the Wall make up for lackluster Western States at the Bean Scene.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Henri discovers the Oasis and learns to play Ping-Pong.
By Henri Bourride
Mann’s Collateral propels characters into film noir collision course.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Guys are conquesting jerks and chicks are commitment-minded angels.
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