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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 1-7, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Devin Satterfield's Culture of Chaos

    This underground art maven and city culture commissioner embodies all his scene's contradictions.
  • Anatomy of a Boom

    Development in Dogtown has produced gentrification without hostility.
  • Danny & the Don

    Senate prez-to-be helps home-concert promoter with ABC, and said promoter's fund-raiser befuddles disgruntled liberal neighbors.
  • Silence as a Campaign Strategy

    Candidates are lining up for the 2006 Oakland mayor's race, but it's not yet clear if any can assemble a winning coalition.

Arts & Culture

  • Muse for the Masses

    NaNoWriMo now produces by my count more fiction in one month than all of America's MFA programs combined in an entire year.
  • One Shake at a Time

    Oakland's burlesque troupe is out there representing for brown people.
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  • Get Out Your Dictionaries

    At It's Your Move game shop in Oakland, beware the violence of the vocabulary.
  • Is Comedy Endangered?

    Large Bay Area companies are not producing new comedies. Turns out, comedy is both risky and difficult.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • Lincoln Log

    John Johnson's antique photos of African-American life hold up a historical mirror.
  • Mr. Loop

    Richard Clarke visits Z'bach
  • Bear with Us

    At the Bear Valley Triathlon
  • Nude Wave

    Playful photo show at 21 Grand
  • Like a Dog

    Workshop, Shotgun-style


Food & Drink


  • Take Off All Your Clothes

    A spin through recent local CDs reveals lovelorn hipsters, furious poli-metalheads, and ludicrous sex machines.
  • Usher in the Chumps

    How to write a puff piece: an instructional transcript.
  • Power of Bebel

    No longer a bossa nova ingenue, João Gilberto's daughter has become a star in her own right.
  • Steve Earle

    The Revolution Starts ... Now
  • Björk

  • Various

    The Contemporary Records Story|Happy Birthday Newport! Fifty Swinging Years
  • Headset


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