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Issue Archive for the Week of Jun 16-22, 2004

News & Opinion

  • System Failure

    Richmond finance officials compiled most of this year's budget by hand, even though the city has spent $4.5 million on software designed to make such things more efficient.
  • Cal's Tentacles Extend Out from Campus

    Berkeley's historic town-gown dispute promises to heat up as Cal prepares to set in motion huge new development. Are its critics up to the challenge?
  • But He Was Just Taking Orders

    Prasad Lakireddy gets off easy, claiming he didn't know his restaurant employees were daddy's imported sex slaves.
  • Letters for the week of June 16-22, 2004

    Race, ethnicity, and religion: Bobby Jones and his character defect, the author of Dirty Girls responds, and lots more on anti-Semitism at UC.

Arts & Culture

  • Kids at War

    Relax, it's only a role-playing game, at EndGame's summer camps in Oakland.
  • Abu Magdalen

    Wilde Irish stages a sadly current Eclipsed.
  • Sports Nuts

    Oakland artist Joseph Murdach's show finds the link between sports events and street violence: the fans
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater
  • Indy Street

    Summer outdoor movie series
  • Jamming

    Roller Derby is back
  • Irie Summer

    Reggae mountain high in Angels Camp
  • The Absurdist Noël

    Music in the columbarium


Food & Drink


  • Fogies vs. Buffoons

    Prodigious joints, kilted rappers, timeless fogies, and Night Ranger, dude -- this must be the California Music Awards.
  • Feeling This

    "Enema of the Mental State: Notes from the Battle on Irritable Blink-182 Syndrome."
  • Rappin' on Castro's Payroll

    Up-and-coming Cuban rappers valiantly battle cultural repression (and their moms).
  • Two Lone Swordsmen

    From the Double Gone Chapel
  • Patterson Hood

    Killers and Stars
  • Lou Johnson

    Sweet Southern Soul

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