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Issue Archive for the Week of Nov 17-23, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Building a Better Elephant
  • Building a Better Elephant

    Elephant Pharmacy wants to take its holistic approach nationwide. But getting to that point has not been pretty.
  • Mills v. Larry Flynt
  • Mills v. Larry Flynt

    The furor over Hustler's peep inside the annual Mills College Fetish Ball. A good time was had by all.
  • The Democrats Will Move On
  • The Democrats Will Move On

    The failure of its presidential candidate stole attention from one of the party's big successes in the campaign: the rise of a powerful liberal lobby.
  • Letters for the week of November 17-23, 2004

    Clarifying the policies of AAA; correcting an allusion to Maugham; calling for common sense on drugs; congratulating our article on Power 92.7.

Arts & Culture

  • Phantom Folkies
  • Phantom Folkies

    You may not recognize their names, but you've heard Steve Seskin's and Nina Gerber's music.
  • That's Amore
  • That's Amore

    Altarena Playhouse stages a bubbly, family-friendly Scapino!
  • X-Mix
  • X-Mix

    Celebrate a decade of community TV.
  • Found Objects: Hard to Find

    Masters of assemblage make an art of scrounging.
  • Tangerine Flake
  • Tangerine Flake

    Tom Wolfe plays Berkeley
  • On Stage

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

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Get a Job!
  • Get a Job!

    With the Warriors
  • How Touching
  • How Touching

    Shake yo' Sno-Globe
  • Deep Tissue
  • Deep Tissue

    Marga Gomez returns to La Peña

Movies

Food & Drink

Music

  • I Heart Bono
  • I Heart Bono

    How to deconstruct U2's new album? Let Mom review it.
  • Avast, Ye Pirates
  • Avast, Ye Pirates

    Get yourself -- and Congress -- ready for the next wave of absurd anti-file-sharing tactics.
  • Le Tigre
  • Le Tigre

    This Island
  • De La Soul

    The Grind Date
  • Tears for Fears
  • Tears for Fears

    Everybody Loves a Happy Ending

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