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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 23-29, 2005

News & Opinion

  • Games Without  Frontiers
  • Games Without Frontiers

    Darryl Chin makes real cash selling make-believe pets in Second Life, a fantasy world that blurs the boundaries of law and ethics.
  • Almost Famous
  • Almost Famous

    Despite steroid frenzy, Pulitzer judges pan the Chronicle's BALCO scoops; plus, a judge's legacy comes under fire for a statement some consider obvious.
  • The Information We Are Given
  • The Information We Are Given

    The reporter who made the strongest case for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq comes to Berkeley and -- strangely -- gets a free pass.
  • Competition for Your  Food Waste
  • Competition for Your Food Waste

    The county waste authority wants to build a new landfill for compost waste, but it faces a competitive effort from the for-profit Waste Management.
  • Letters for the week of March 23-29, 2005

    A response from author Stephen Elliott to the letter his father recently penned. And a call to action in the wake of our two-part earthquake series.

Arts & Culture

  • On Stage
  • On Stage

    Our critics weigh in on local theater
  • Sin Is Good
  • Sin Is Good

    Mötley Crüe has built a 24-year career on it. And cover band Crucial Crüe is hot on its heels.
  • The Glass Panel
  • The Glass Panel

    Change Makers welcomes an animated group.
  • Got MLK?
  • Got MLK?

    West Oakland does.
  • Mt. Davis
  • Mt. Davis

    From NOLa with buckets
  • Banjolalia
  • Banjolalia

    The twang gang
  • The Best
  • The Best

    ... of all possible adaptations

Movies

  • Who'd Guess?
  • Who'd Guess?

    Could Bernie Mac and Ashton Kutcher be better than Spencer Tracy and Sidney Poitier?
  • Mind Gamey

    Dot the I wants to mess with your head. Yep, it's a mess all right.

Food & Drink

Music

  • Someone Give Beck a Wedgie
  • Someone Give Beck a Wedgie

    For, as his new album makes explicit, we must stop him from maturing at all costs.
  • The Stranger
  • The Stranger

    Mark Gergis turns an international obsession into experimental gold.
  • Lose Yourself
  • Lose Yourself

    Novelist Adam Mansbach explodes hip-hop's racial stereotypes with Angry Black White Boy.
  • Bloc Party
  • Bloc Party

    Silent Alarm
  • Ida

    Heart Like a River
  • Okkervil River
  • Okkervil River

    Black Sheep Boy
  • Prefuse 73
  • Prefuse 73

    Surrounded by Silence
  • The Suicide Kings

    The Suicide Kings

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