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Issue Archive for the Week of May 11-17, 2005

News & Opinion

  • Left Hanging
  • Left Hanging

    Why the first Gwen Araujo jury couldn't convict the defendants. And why it might happen again.
  • Mining for Dirt
  • Mining for Dirt

    Foes of anti-eviction measure tapped their rivals' computers in search of embarrassing docs. Plus: When the ex works for the enemy.
  • ESL Students Sitting in a Tree
  • ESL Students Sitting in a Tree

    Adult education does more than just educating adults. For many immigrants, it also serves as a social network.
  • Letters for the week of May 11-17, 2005

    Treating dogs with respect. Treating butt rock with no respect. Respecting immigrant victims of violence. Disrespecting West Berkeley residents.

Arts & Culture

  • A Sax Man Grows in Brooklyn
  • A Sax Man Grows in Brooklyn

    Peter Apfelbaum's jazz apple didn't fall far from his Berkeley High tree.
  • On Stage

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

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Dr. Loco
  • Dr. Loco

    Dr. Loco gets his pachuco on.
  • Crime Time
  • Crime Time

    The legacy of Chester Himes
  • Toughing It
  • Toughing It

    Bay to Breakers? Bah!
  • New Skool
  • New Skool

    This week's Gliffs notes
  • Luv 'n' Haiti
  • Luv 'n' Haiti

    '70s SF Haitian opera, anyone?

Movies

Food & Drink

Music

  • A Star Named Chris
  • A Star Named Chris

    Coldplay at the Fillmore inspires crowd hysteria, and grudging praise from a jaded critic.
  • Hip-Hop's Scarlet Letter
  • Hip-Hop's Scarlet Letter

    As former staffers and irate bloggers flay The Source for sexism, is a new age of accountability dawning?
  • Residual Echoes

    Residual Echoes
  • Various

    Friends and Lovers -- Songs of Bread
  • Ivy

    In the Clear
  • Critic's Choice for the week of May 11-17, 2005
  • Critic's Choice for the week of May 11-17, 2005

    Our writers tell you what's hot this week.

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