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Issue Archive for the Week of Dec 24-30, 2003

News & Opinion

  • The Indie Spirit

    Jörg Rupf of Alameda's St. George Spirits inspires a whole new generation of small American distillers.
  • Al Sharpton and the Rise of Angry Liberals

    As the New York civil rights leader runs not for the presidency but for the mantle once claimed by Jesse Jackson, he provides a glimpse of progressive anger.
  • Dental Damnation

    How does a nearly blind dentist who is illegally operating out of his Berkeley home get official referrals from the state's largest dental insurer?
  • Letters for the week of December 24-30, 2003

    Not doing business with North Korea is the truly immoral position here. Why there are better reasons to oppose the Byron shooting range.

Arts & Culture

  • Unfair and Unbalanced

    It's ... the Big Fat Year-End Kiss-Off Comedy Show XI.
  • Alone Together

    Have we been reading too much into relationships?
  • Nolakka Tiki

    The von Stroheims throw a party in Trader Vic's temple.
  • The Boy Who Lived Backward

    The hero of Andrew Sean Greer's new novel was born an old man.
  • Dykelah

    Need an escape? Here it is
  • Express Reviews

    Hot new books for your delectation.
  • See 'Em Now

    The Bear and Duck show
  • Surrender!

    The sweet dysfunction of Oz
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What you're reading this month.
  • Tick-Tock Talk

    The art of the everyday
  • Blame It on the Bubbly

    A little night music in Walnut Creek


Food & Drink


  • Linus and Lucy and Al

    In which a dainty article praising A Charlie Brown Christmas goes spectacularly awry.
  • A Jethro Tull Christmas?

    It's better than Johnny Cash, honest. Let the holiday CD smackdown begin.
  • The Idiot Box Revolt

    Assailing the hot music DVDs of the season. Because Christmas is tomorrow, Slappy.
  • Five Minute Ride

    Bathroom Walls ... Lipstick Secrets
  • Anjali

    The World of Lady A

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