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Issue Archive for the Week of Nov 3-9, 2004

News & Opinion

  • What a Steal!
  • What a Steal!

    Counterfeiters apply the Tupperware business model to an illicit new enterprise: purse parties.
  • Road to Defeat
  • Road to Defeat

    Extra! Bush, Kerry trounce Cobb! Why do Berkeley workers keep destroying Trish Tripp's murals? and ANG plays musical publishers.
  • Lady in Waiting
  • Lady in Waiting

    Looted Picasso seized by feds until courts can sort out who owns it.
  • Fighting for the Little Dogs
  • Fighting for the Little Dogs

    A local dachshund fancier's contentious mission to create separate-but-equal canine recreational facilities.
  • Letters for the week of November 3-9, 2004

    On the private parts of goats, the transformational power of radio, and the sad state of Oakland's sorry educational funding priorities.

Arts & Culture

  • Crossover
  • Crossover

    Dancer-choreographer Danny Nguyen mixes Vietnamese traditions with Western-style modern dance.
  • Then and Now
  • Then and Now

    East Bay authors dig up a piece of history most Americans would like to forget.
  • The Lavender Half-Hour

    Thursdays on KALW are queer, and the Oakland Box goes black once again.
  • Slow Flower
  • Slow Flower

    Listen to a Snail's pace at the Stork
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • On the Wall

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Off to War
  • Off to War

    Monty's Flying Circus
  • Boy Howdy!
  • Boy Howdy!

    Honky-tonkin' in Fremont
  • Meatball Hero
  • Meatball Hero

    It has Impact

Movies

  • Sour Grapes
  • Sour Grapes

    A bitter wine freak makes an adorable hero in Alexander Payne's Sideways.
  • Candy Caine
  • Candy Caine

    Jude Law's Alfie puts a pretty face on what was an ugly story.
  • Green Achers
  • Green Achers

    Undertow relishes the pain and beauty of a reclusive Southern family.

Food & Drink

  • Fancy Bird Day
  • Fancy Bird Day

    Heritage turkeys are the thing this Thanksgiving -- but these threatened breeds will cost you a wing and a drumstick.

Music

  • The Apeshit Revolution
  • The Apeshit Revolution

    Bay Area hip-hop is finally back on the radio, but not always where you'd expect.
  • Ara's Fables
  • Ara's Fables

    Bay Area trumpet guru Ara Anderson is a bandleader, vinyl freak, and world-class sonic storyteller.
  • Nancy Sinatra
  • Nancy Sinatra

    Nancy Sinatra
  • Richard Buckner

    Dents and Shells
  • Bobby Darin

    Aces Back to Back!/Songs from Big Sur

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