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Issue Archive for the Week of Apr 28-May 4, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Frank's War
  • Frank's War

    How a Berkeley scholar's groundbreaking research sparked one of the nastier academic debates in recent memory.
  • The Woo-Woo Clan
  • The Woo-Woo Clan

    The cautionary tale of Bubb Rubb; Sex harassment allegations fly around Pittsburg City Hall; plus, the new new Examiner.
  • New Meaning for the Term 'Art Cars'
  • New Meaning for the Term 'Art Cars'

    Supporters of Berkeley's independent arts community complain that the city's arts commission hopes to spend city arts funds on parking.

Arts & Culture

  • Cinema Alfresco
  • Cinema Alfresco

    Bring a blanket and join Lola's Film Frenzy.
  • The Razor's Edge
  • The Razor's Edge

    Panic is universal. Living to tell the tale is not.
  • The Little Death
  • The Little Death

    A terrorism victim's widow strives to heal her wounds with sex in Claire Tristam's After.
  • Grave Scenes
  • Grave Scenes

    Nina Haft tiptoes through the tombstones.
  • Blood Will Tell
  • Blood Will Tell

    Khaled Hosseini explores Fremont's Afghans and Taliban terror in The Kite Runner.
  • Dogs, Bugs, and Whips

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • High Marx
  • High Marx

    May Day by the bay
  • Do the Freddy
  • Do the Freddy

    Much Ado About Adu
  • Express Reviews

    Hot new books for your delectation.
  • On the Ground
  • On the Ground

    Children's art from Baghdad
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What you're reading this month.
  • Stick 'Em Up
  • Stick 'Em Up

    Exploding on Impact
  • Good to Go

    What you should be buying next month.
  • Capsule Reviews
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater

Movies

Food & Drink

Music

  • Metal's Slave Escapes
  • Metal's Slave Escapes

    Weary from labor of love, Mario Perotti has sold his online headbangin' haven to the Man.
  • Air Apparent
  • Air Apparent

    Dare to dismiss the iconoclastic French electronica duo at your own peril.
  • Road-Tested, Mother-Approved
  • Road-Tested, Mother-Approved

    The Quannum label continues to redraw and redefine alt.hip-hop's boundaries.
  • DJ Anonymous
  • DJ Anonymous

    Quannum's DJ D-Sharp is ready for his close-up. Are you?
  • Ben Kweller
  • Ben Kweller

    On My Way
  • Various

    Pink Panther's Penthouse Party

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