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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 3-9, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Who's Yer Mama?

    Even if the courts approve the recent gay-marriage marathon, couples like Shar and Jackie may not get equal parental rights.
  • Call 'Em the Keystone Robbers

    Bumbling rappers just wanted five minutes with Death Row Records mogul Suge Knight. Now they're looking at five years.
  • Letters for the week of March 3-9, 2004

    Comments on gender and racial biases; and a plethora of reactions to Malcolm Gay's article about queer theologians.

Arts & Culture

  • Eyewitness

    Photographer James Nachtwey covers the wide world of war.
  • Dance IS, Dance Ain't

    Julia Morgan Theatre's ambitious dance festival is a mixed bag.
  • Drawn In

    Oliver Chin gets graphic at the Albany Library.
  • No Borders

    Snake Trio slithers into town
  • Speedracer!

    The Mook and the machine
  • Young 'n' Arty

    Kids show off their stuff
  • Art Deck-o

    Worked wheels in Fremont
  • Ring in Your Pocket

    Condensed Ring makes Wagner digestible


Food & Drink


  • Retro Fabulous

    Oakland sexpot Baby Jaymes channels Prince, tackles race relations.
  • Soundbwoy's Delight

    In the age of the producer, superstardom for Oakland's Project Groundation Massive could be a mere remix away.
  • Fingerbangerz


Most Popular Stories

  • Davis Dysfunction Dooms Raiders Again

    Mark Davis’ head-scratching decision to move the team to Las Vegas has proven to be a major distraction for the team.
  • The Wrong Path?

    Paideia helped turn Oakland Tech into the best public high school in the city. But some teachers and parents are worried about the future of the acclaimed humanities program.
  • Highland Hospital Surveillance Stirs Concerns

    The county's main hospital in Oakland has a camera that reads license plates and shares that information with federal law enforcement, including ICE.
  • Jerry Brown's Cap-and-Trade Program Isn't Working

    California's greenhouse gas emissions declined last year. But it was primarily due to the rainy weather — not the governor's climate policies.
  • Why Oakland Should Cut Off ICE

    Federal immigration officials say they've been investigating "human trafficking" in the city. But in the past decade, they have not imprisoned anyone from Oakland for that crime.

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