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Issue Archive for the Week of Jun 9-15, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Demand

    As a Fremont firm tries to take the U.S. comic market by surprise, its experience speaks to the role of Chinese comics and of China.
  • Who's Next?

    The pope probably. Media outlets don't leave these major obits to chance; Plus, more intrique at Peralta.
  • Letters for the week of June 9-15

    Anneli Rufus' story on anti-Semitism generated more letters than any story in years; here are a few.

Arts & Culture

  • Fresh, Radical Folks

    Riots in West Berkeley -- Rebecca Riots at Freight & Salvage, that is.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater
  • Pod People!

    Why is this 1956 sci-fi flick still so popular? Just watch the news.
  • Blow a Fuse

    Battleship rams Stork
  • Go for the gol

    ... ya llegó El Pibe
  • Change It

    A workshop for black women
  • Serfs Up

    Subterranean no more


Food & Drink


  • Queer Eye Country Guy

    Have today's C&W stars been consulting with the Fab Five?
  • "I Like Soup"

    Streets mastermind Mike Skinner is making a mint off the mundane, both on wax and over the phone.
  • It Took Some Time

    Why Morrissey is newly hip among bands who sound nothing like him.
  • Tajai

    Power Movement
  • The Fall

    The Real New Fall LP ... Formerly Country on the Click

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