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Issue Archive for the Week of Nov 26-Dec 2, 2003

Special Sections

  • The Best Records of 2003

    From world fusion to gangsta hip-hop to Broadway-bound folk princesses, our critics sift through the year's finest.
  • Age of the Cult Classic

    The beauty of the DVD revolution is the sheer breadth of releases available.
  • Buy That Fool a Tool

    Some gift ideas for people who already have all that stuff in the catalogues.

News & Opinion

  • Queer Eye for the East Bay

    In honor of the holidays,our bitchy correspondents offer some fashion tips to four truly needy local residents.
  • On the Road to Nowhere

    Albany planners want to revamp their retail corridor, but wary locals are raising the middle finger.
  • Ho, Ho, Hos!

    Bottom Feeder tipster stands charged with being a pimpster; and East Bay towns angle for some Indian casino action.
  • Spare Change for a Trauma Center?

    As with the Oakland school system, the Alameda County Medical Center's inattention to financial affairs masked its perceived "progress" in other areas.

Arts & Culture

  • Ozu Story

    The quiet, cruel modernity of filmmaker Yasujiro Ozu.
  • Present Danger

    When giving books as gifts, don't be fooled by hype and hacks.
  • Sonya Hunter

    Neo-folkie has roots in mind.
  • Coffee-Table Books Are Books, Too

    They're big, they're boldly illustrated -- but does anyone read them?
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What you're buying this month.
  • Reed Riff

    Ishmael harpoons Oaktown
  • Bronco Busters?

    Raiders take on Denver
  • Reviews

    Going shopping? Our reviewers recommend the year's best books.
  • Night Creatures

    Nocturnal fun at Zoolights
  • Noh Means Yes

    It's a proper impropera
  • Sew What?

    Suddenly, domesticity is hip
  • Best Music of the East Bay

    Our critics select the best local albums of 2003.


Food & Drink

  • Hot Noodle Therapy

    Or, what our food critic did on his vacation.


  • Kid Rock

    How the Trachtenburgs and Dan Zanes are making family rock bearable.
  • Super Macho Man

    Greg Dulli, late of the Afghan Whigs, is back on the road -- and couldn't care less if he offends you.
  • Irony Loves Company

    You like this CD? So, uh, do you actually really like it or do you just sorta -- oh, never mind.
  • Various

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