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Issue Archive for the Week of Jun 2-8, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Home for Good?

    How Oakland is pioneering ways to keep parolees like Whitney Chappelle and Michelle French out of prison.
  • Up in Smoke

    The owners of Wicked tangle with Attorney General Ashcroft and then face a truly fearsome opponent. Plus, Soul Beat lumbers back to life.
  • The Prison Scandal's Cal Roots

    That Bush administration memo about ignoring the Geneva Convention came from a UC Berkeley law professor. Ladies and gentlemen, meet John Yoo.
  • Pixar's Iron Curtain

    Evil empire to Emeryville: The wall stays, so learn to love it.
  • Letters for the week of June 2-8, 2004

    More reaction to Nexus article, suggestions about Best Of, complaints about Feeder's bests, and Safety First sets record straight.

Arts & Culture

  • The Kids Hang in There

    Eric Byrnes and the Oakland A's hang tough -- and horse around -- in the AL West.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater
  • Man Drag 101

    Let yer man out at Change Makers
  • EclectiCA

    Reward your own at Frank O.
  • Know Before You Throw

    ... at the Rock Paper Scissors Pro-Am Invitational
  • Life's a Mess

    ... and Superfest is there
  • From Ex to Z

    Far-out instruments on film


Food & Drink


  • Check Your Headgear

    When live hip-hop lets you down, just overanalyze everyone's hats instead.
  • Ravin' and Puttin'

    A DJ's-eye-view of Nor-Cal's all-ages dance music scene -- anyone for miniature golf?
  • Mr. Misery

    Pedro the Lion deserves praise for its gorgeously depressive lyrics -- too bad the band's Christian overtones grab all the attention.
  • We've Got Rap and Hip-Hop!

    The California Music Awards' inaugural dalliance with hip-hop is hopelessly confused, but at least someone is trying.
  • Amp Fiddler

    Waltz of a Ghetto Fly

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