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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 16-22, 2009

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News & Opinion

  • I'm Okay; You're Not So Good

    I guess I wasn't home the day Katie Couric - or anyone else - called for my opinion on healthcare reform. ...
  • Conservative Legal Firm Targets Bay Area
  • Conservative Legal Firm Targets Bay Area

    By opening a branch office in Oakland, the Pacific Justice Institute signals its intention to become more active locally.
  • Fast Break
  • Fast Break

    Can the Berkeley Revolution unicycle basketball team beat a Puerto Rican team that's won twelve of the last fourteen world championships?
  • Circus Act or Extreme Sport?

    Some unicyclists aren't thrilled by their sport's reputation.
  • A Year to Forget

    State lawmakers end the legislative session without addressing some of California's worst problems. Plus, two Spanish judges are now investigating a UC Berkeley professor.
  • Letters for September 16
  • Letters for September 16

    Readers sound off on Grind Time, marijuana and cancer, and Monica Ung.

Arts & Culture

  • A Well-Marked Morris
  • A Well-Marked Morris

    Musical depth and exacting choreography characterize Mark Morris' new show at Cal Performances.
  • All Systems Go
  • All Systems Go

    Three artists join forces in a fortuitously cohesive show.
  • Human Cargo
  • Human Cargo

    Patrick Radden Keefe chased a trail of international intrigue.
  • Wind, Water, Clutter
  • Wind, Water, Clutter

    Feng shui consultant Mira Brower applies ancient principles to modern home decor.
  • Turning Lemons into Lemonade

    How our sexual insecurities can become our biggest turn-ons.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for September 17-23, 2009.

Food & Drink

  • No Two Pinots Are Alike

    Two undiscriminating wine consumers learn an important lesson.



Most Popular Stories

  • Goodbye, Mr. Magnus

    Richmond Police Chief Chris Magnus is leaving a legacy of departmental reform, officer accountability, and reduced violent crime.
  • Oakland Eyes Affordable Housing Plan in Secret

    The city has yet to release details of a plan that would establish a fee on market-rate housing in order to finance more affordable housing.
  • A Guide to Giving Back in the East Bay

    The region is home to many organizations and charities that fight for the most vulnerable communities. Here are some groups that are worthy of your support this holiday season.
  • The Best Nonfiction Books of 2015

    From racism in America to mp3s, mushrooms, charter schools, surveillance, and climate change, here are our picks for the best works of nonfiction this year.
  • It's Plaid or Nature

    Why you should either shop local or spend time in the great outdoors on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

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