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Issue Archive for the Week of Aug 25-31, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Bye-Bye Bully
  • Bye-Bye Bully

    Community colleges get tough on bullying in the workplace; and the stalwart Maudelle Shirek may not give up her seat that easily.
  • All the Nudes That's Fit to Print
  • All the Nudes That's Fit to Print

    Radicals planning to cause mayhem at the GOP convention should accept this sad fact: Murdoch's minions are waiting.

Arts & Culture

  • Vietnam, at Ground Level
  • Vietnam, at Ground Level

    For artist Binh Danh, the Vietnam war is more than the subject of a new museum exhibition.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • The Smell of Victory
  • The Smell of Victory

    Athletes make history. History makes athletes.
  • Donuts & Polar Bears

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • Oscar! Oscar!
  • Oscar! Oscar!

    La Peña's New York state of mind
  • Express Reviews

    Hot new books for your delectation.
  • Luxurious Lug Nuts
  • Luxurious Lug Nuts

    Detroit iron meets heavy metal in Pleasanton
  • Wanderers
  • Wanderers

    Sephardic art at the Magnes
  • Out of Left Field
  • Out of Left Field

    California's yen for baseball began with the Gold Rush, Kevin Nelson says.
  • Danish 'Cue
  • Danish 'Cue

    E&J hosts the Hamlet Project
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

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

    What you should be buying next month.

Movies

Food & Drink

Music

  • Wanted: One Hep Savior
  • Wanted: One Hep Savior

    Unless somebody kicks down, we can say goodbye to that laudable Berkeley venue, the Jazz House.
  • True Fame Waits
  • True Fame Waits

    Michael Masley's catastrophic documentary is par for his course.
  • There Goes the Internet
  • There Goes the Internet

    Not yet, but several Bay Area "mobb music" sites have introduced West Coast thugs to the Internet.
  • Black Dice
  • Black Dice

    Creature Comforts
  • Teedra Moses

    Complex Simplicity
  • Gorge Trio

    Open Mouth, O Wisp

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