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Issue Archive for the Week of Apr 14-20, 2004

News & Opinion

  • I, Robot

    Meet BLEEX, the first functional human exoskeleton, which pairs human brains and mechanized brawn.
  • Self-Censorship

    Online humor columnist Mark Morford is back from an involuntary holiday after some edgy remarks got him in trouble with SF Gate management.
  • The Future of Taxation Is Bleak

    Welcome to the brave new world of government revenue in California, where public agencies must ask tax haters to change their ways.
  • Letters for the week of April 14-20, 2004

    Readers object to the trivialization of protest at Caterpillar dealer, except one reader, who applauds. And John George officials respond.

Arts & Culture

  • Berkeley Vep

    It will be a dark and stormy night before the Berkeley Rep presents anything more entertaining than Charles Ludlam's The Mystery of Irma Vep.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater
  • The Bong Show

    A mind is a terrible thing to waste, says Sheldon Norberg.
  • Two-Odd Days

    Weird intersections at Epic Arts
  • Kayak Attack

    Oakland Olympic trials
  • Fashionistas

    Alameda: Style island
  • Isadorable

    Duncan dancers at Mills


Food & Drink


  • Sister Act

    Willow Willow spins the sweetest two-part folk harmonies you'll ever hear.
  • Going Back to Cali

    Rasco and Planet Asia both fight for their version of hip-hop "success."
  • Modest Mouse

    Good News for People Who Love Bad News
  • Brightblack


  • Marques Wyatt


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