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

News & Opinion

  • The Real CSI

    The crackerjack scientists at Lawrence Livermore's Forensic Science Center aren't merely solving baffling crimes. They're also watching your back.
  • Maison des Animaux

    A town-gown battle writ small: Representing the town — an NPR producer. Representing the gown — a rowdy co-op. Where's the heroin when you need it?
  • Standing Up to the Waltons

    Christine Kwapnoski toiled for Wal-Mart for two decades with little advancement. Now she faces the world's top company in an unprecedented class action.

Arts & Culture

  • A Ruin with a View

    The delights of decay at the Pacific Film Archive's series, "Time's Shadow: Film Among the Ruins."
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our theater critic weighs in on current productions.
  • Exile in Guyville

    Mollena Williams lances male behavior with her rapier wit.
  • God's Spell

    Gospel musical at Scottish Rite
  • Le Mans Show

    From here to Infineon
  • Kid Classics

    Your childhood, now onscreen
  • Morality? In Wartime?

    Bert Brecht's back, and Shotgun's got him


Food & Drink


  • Touch of Gray

    The Wrens survived a near-decade of depression, debacle, and disaster.
  • I'm Not a Politician

    On Egypt, Youssou N'Dour settles for being one of African folk music's brightest lights.
  • An MC with Tai Chi

    What's better than an East Bay hip-hop kung fu flick? One that's part of a trilogy.
  • Tiger Army

    III: Ghost Tigers Rise
  • Various

    Reggae Anthology: The Channel One Story
  • Meat Purveyors

    Pain by Numbers
  • Frank Sinatra

    Young Blue Eyes: Birth of a Crooner Bluebird
  • Mamie Smith / Lucille Bogan

    The Best of Mamie Smith / The Best of Lucille Bogan

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