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Issue Archive for the Week of May 26-Jun 1, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Portrait of the Times
  • Portrait of the Times

    When Cesar Cruz denounced the mural in the El Cerrito Community Center, he started a citywide discussion of race, history, and art.
  • Blackhawked
  • Blackhawked

    Wild turkeys invade tony suburb and pampered pets gobble the poop. Jive turkeys exploit new rules that allow them to double-dip on dollars.
  • Will Landlord Kill Hospital Over Money?
  • Will Landlord Kill Hospital Over Money?

    West County residents just might vote to save their public hospital. But it won't matter if a landlord forces the county to shut it anyway.
  • Adding Insult to Injury
  • Adding Insult to Injury

    Paperwork snafus at Berkeley's strapped traffic court are leaving well-meaning "customers" with exorbitant fines, suspended licenses, and even jail time.

Arts & Culture

  • New World Reordered
  • New World Reordered

    Immigrant visions of 20th-century America by two abstract artists.
  • Kimchi and Calculus

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • Long, Strange Trip
  • Long, Strange Trip

    Sex, drugs, and scurvy marked Terry Tarnoff's eight-year trek.
  • Paper Trail
  • Paper Trail

    If it's collectible and on paper, you'll probably find it at Concord's Vintage Paper Fair.
  • Mitch? Mickey?
  • Mitch? Mickey?

    The answer, my friend ...
  • Poking Fun at Pale Guys

    Identity-politics chick lit -- who's laughing now?
  • Touch Home!
  • Touch Home!

    ... and other baseball tips
  • Express Reviews

    Hot new books for your delectation.
  • When Elections Were Fun
  • When Elections Were Fun

    See the past at Carson City's Wild West Tour
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What you're reading this month.
  • Good to Go

    What you should be buying this month.
  • Soul Man
  • Soul Man

    So you think your guy is clingy?
  • Capsule Reviews
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on East Bay theater.

Movies

Food & Drink

Music

  • Legal Aliens
  • Legal Aliens

    Pepito surfs the surprising similarities between immigration and indie rock.
  • Steal These Albums
  • Steal These Albums

    The ten most radical hip-hop records of all time, featuring NWA, Public Enemy, and ... Mos Def?
  • Li'l Cap'n Travis
  • Li'l Cap'n Travis

    ... In All Their Splendor
  • Various
  • Various

    Billy Martin Presents the Turntable Sessions, Vol. 1
  • San Quinn

    I Give You My Word

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