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  • 2003 Illustrated

    The Year in Comics
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  • 2003: A Year That Trembled
  • 2003: A Year That Trembled

    From the grindhouse to the art house, movies in 2003 made us shake with sadness and fear.
    The first of four articles.
  • 25 Years in the East Bay
  • 25 Years in the East Bay

    A special silver anniversary photo essay from the archives of the Express.
  • 2C-T-7's Bad Trip
  • 2C-T-7's Bad Trip

    Sasha Shulgin invented 2C-T-7. Then he published the recipe. It was only a matter of time before his drug turned up on the tongues of non-scientists.
  • A 12-Step Program for Chevron

    Here is what Chevron could do to move beyond business as usual and truly set an example for the rest of the oil industry.
  • A Captive Audience
  • A Captive Audience

    Jet Martinez' new mural for travelers with a five-second attention span has itself been slated for demolition since before the paint was dry.
  • A Captive Audience
  • A Captive Audience

    Things get pretty weird for young cutting-edge muralists when their audience, and their potential funding, are products of the juvenile justice system.
  • A Dying Breed
  • A Dying Breed

    Diver Joel Roberts worked to save the threatened red abalone from poaching. Then the state made commercial divers an endangered species,and Roberts allegedly became a poacher himself.
  • A Father's Quest
  • A Father's Quest

    The case of Arianas Campos-Reese and his son Tyberius illustrates what's wrong with family court.

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  • A Flawed Model for Care

    Kaiser Permanente has been held up as a national model for healthcare, but critics contend that it routinely fails to adequately serve patients with mental health problems.
  • Gambling with Children

    Kaiser says its new hospital in Oakland offers first-rate services, but critics say the healthcare giant's decision to close pediatric care facilities in the East Bay has had grave consequences.
  • Alameda County Public Defender Stands Up for Immigrants

    The office is now just one of a few nationwide to provide free legal representation to undocumented immigrants who can't afford to hire their own attorney.
  • Broken Promises of Oakland Foods Co

    Workers and community activists say the highly anticipated East Oakland grocery store is falling short on its labor commitments and has launched an aggressive anti-union campaign.
  • Ferguson, Sanford, and Oakland

    Why racial profiling is never justified.

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