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Issue Archive for the Week of Oct 6-12, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Fighting The Power
  • Fighting The Power

    Upstart rap station Power 92.7 had its eyes on big, bad KMEL, but didn't watch its back.
  • He'll Be Back
  • He'll Be Back

    A rocky but lucrative week for candidate Ignacio De La Fuente; Councilman Butt spanked in Richmond; and Feeder drops the lyrical flow.
  • Baseball, Hot Dogs, and Mass Evictions
  • Baseball, Hot Dogs, and Mass Evictions

    The unusual parallel between late ballplayer Thurman Munson and the guys who plan to boot 1,200 Alamedans to the curb.
  • Pro Line Gotcha!
  • Pro Line Gotcha!

    Miami police and federal agents shut down a credit card scheme that victimized Bay Area Latinos.
  • Letters for the week of October 6-12, 2004

    Quibbles about housing and transit, thoughts on hip-hop emcees and slang, and a whole lot of feedback about Mike Seely's anti-pop-star screed.

Arts & Culture

  • Disaster Made Goode
  • Disaster Made Goode

    Dancing on the edge with Joe Goode and his performers
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • Bard, Bound
  • Bard, Bound

    Poet and political prisoner Marilyn Buck dreams beyond the walls of her cell.
  • Intimate
  • Intimate

    Stellar indie-folk at the Fort
  • Extreme BORP
  • Extreme BORP

    Ride the revolution
  • Castro East
  • Castro East

    GLBT Oakland stakes its claim
  • So What's Nu?
  • So What's Nu?

    Jewish storytellers

Movies

  • Paint It Black
  • Paint It Black

    An underground band self-destructs in the hands of its damaged leader.

Food & Drink

Music

  • Just What We Needed
  • Just What We Needed

    Whitesnake they ain't, but Y&T is hard to beat for regional rawk nostalgia.
  • Jeffingly Awesome
  • Jeffingly Awesome

    Behold the drugged-out, lingo-inventing psych-rock of Richard Bitch.
  • The Dwarves

    The Dwarves Must Die
  • Mystikal

    Prince of the South ... The Hits
  • Jukeboxer

    In the Food Chain

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