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Gettin' in Gear

Pedaling his wares: Glenn Fant of Dave's Bike-Sport in Santa Rosa helps put the pedal to the metal.

Michael Amsler

Best of everyday stuff

Frankly, we don't know if the act of having a hole punched in your tongue falls into the category of culture, recreation, or kids (seems as if an awful lot of under-21s are showing up pierced these days). We're pretty sure piercing doesn't fit into food and drink (at least we hope not), so we've placed it here among stuff, because stuff, as we've defined it, is all those neat things--like mud baths and rude bumper stickers and plastic Jesuses--that make life interesting but are hard to explain. Here follows some of our favorite stuff from the county we all find so fascinating.

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From the March 25-31, 1999 issue of the Sonoma County Independent.

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