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Issue Archive for the Week of Dec 3-9, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Home on the Range

    Howard Bowles built his dream home in rural Byron, right next to the dream home of Ron Downs' gun club.
  • Love Machines

    Looking for love on bird-day; Soul Beat's clock finally runs out as Comcast pulls the plug; and Cali lawmakers get a quiet raise.
  • Learning to Love the Axis of Evil

    Koreatown creator Alex Hahn thinks he has found the key to peace with North Korea: Good old business as usual.
  • Must We Stand for This?

    The Oakland schools can't get their staffing needs straight, and that leaves Wayne Brooks' students with nowhere to sit.

Arts & Culture

  • Get Yer Li'l Kid On

    Attaboy hits the "puree" button on the mighty blender.
  • Wichitastic

    Not just another Christmas Carol.
  • NYC, by Way of Danville

    Michael Roman's long, strange trip from tagging subway cars to decorating taquerias.
  • Tell It, Chaka

    Soul singer's true confessions
  • Bay City Paddlers

    This is where the rain drains
  • Stuffed

    Tea cozy
  • Sarajevo Joe

    Reporter Sacco visits Cody's
  • Of Chorus

    Lift up your ears


  • Comics From the Front

    How Joe Sacco learned to stop worrying and love war

Food & Drink

  • A Slippery Business

    Pressing and selling olive oil is trickier than it sounds.


  • Brother, Who Art Thou?

    A black man with an acoustic guitar is rare. But a guy like Stew is rarest.
  • New Brohemia

    Meet Bicasso -- rapper, painter, deep thinker, Living Legend. He's For Rent, but not for long.
  • Must Have Night Train

    Clubbers who want BART open past midnight have a point -- but they'll probably be disappointed.
  • Jaylib

    Champion Sound
  • Floetry

    Floacism "Live"
  • Various

    Ennio Morricone Remixes, Volume 1
  • Mellow Drunk

    Never Sleep at Night
  • Plaid


Most Popular Stories

  • The East Bay's Tow Hustle

    Towing companies are taking cars illegally, and it's costing people. One of the worst offenders is PPI Towing of Oakland.
  • Towing for Dollars in Alameda

    Since 2013, more than 1,400 vehicles have been towed from one West End apartment complex by one company: PPI Towing.
  • Pro-Tenant and Pro-Housing

    East Bay voters made it clear that they favor candidates who advocate not only for more renter protections and more homeless services, but also, more housing.
  • The Problems With Bioplastics

    People mistakenly try to recycle them, thereby contaminating the waste stream. Plus, they're not really compostable.
  • Maejoo Is Small But Mighty

    The modern yet petite San Leandro Korean restaurant offers limited seating and menu options, but delivers on quality and taste.

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