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Issue Archive for the Week of Feb 12-18, 2003

News & Opinion

  • The Most Successful Freon Salesman Ever
  • The Most Successful Freon Salesman Ever

    The feds claim Mark Kesel's Hayward business kept the state's speed factories awash in their favorite solvent. Kesel says they're just out to get him 'cause he's Russian.
  • These  Nurses Aren't Kidding
  • These Nurses Aren't Kidding

    San Ramon RNs are up in arms over a hospital's plan to staff a new pediatrics unit with undertrained employees.
  • 7 Days

    She's baaaack; Laney swap to flop; Dublin does art by consensus; and stories from the tough streets of Kensington.

Arts & Culture

  • Here Come the Sunbrothers
  • Here Come the Sunbrothers

    Direct from Burning Man -- glow-in-the-dark plants.
  • <i>Kitchen Sink</i> magazine
  • Kitchen Sink magazine

    The new issue of Kitchen Sink gives Oakland artists something to read between gigs.


  • The Bleeding Edge
  • The Bleeding Edge

    A decade ago, Vertigo started a revolution by making comics for adults

Food & Drink

  • The Gyrokone Follies

    Just what the heck is a gyro, anyways?


  • Psychic Gothline
  • Psychic Gothline

    Interpol vs. Joy Division: What does Ian Curtis think? No, really.
  • Beauty and the Beat
  • Beauty and the Beat

    East Bay performer Nedelle mixes jazz and pop into a soothing whisper.
  • Thee Midniters

  • Cat Power

    You Are Free
  • Thuja


Most Popular Stories

  • Goodbye, Mr. Magnus

    Richmond Police Chief Chris Magnus is leaving a legacy of departmental reform, officer accountability, and reduced violent crime.
  • Oakland Eyes Affordable Housing Plan in Secret

    The city has yet to release details of a plan that would establish a fee on market-rate housing in order to finance more affordable housing.
  • A Guide to Giving Back in the East Bay

    The region is home to many organizations and charities that fight for the most vulnerable communities. Here are some groups that are worthy of your support this holiday season.
  • The Best Nonfiction Books of 2015

    From racism in America to mp3s, mushrooms, charter schools, surveillance, and climate change, here are our picks for the best works of nonfiction this year.
  • It's Plaid or Nature

    Why you should either shop local or spend time in the great outdoors on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

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