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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 15-21, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Pixar Foes Turn Tables on E'ville

    Low-income Emeryville residents issue a challenge to the city to start asking for more from its corporate citizens.

Arts & Culture

  • A Hunter in the Willows

    The Night of the Hunter becomes ... a stage musical?
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • Spaceship Earth Tries to Land

    A sleepwalking David Brower sculpture looks for a home.
  • Broken Eiga

    PFA's crash course in new Japanese film deals in multiple realities.
  • Foods Rush In

    A market grows in West O
  • Return of the Native

    Restore a creek -- it's difficult but possible
  • Young-Old

    Mining the past for mystery
  • Balkanized

    Brass band with a vengeance


  • Vote No

    Silver City plants a shrub where it wants to dig up a Bush.
  • A Base Hit

    Bernie Mac plays an arrogant baseball star in an average movie.

Food & Drink


  • Let the People Eat Cake

    John McCrea and Co. are the most underrated act of the alt-rock era.
  • Hate Them Now

    Eviscerating the ten most despicable men in rock history.
  • Beenie Manhunt

    Can we confront dancehall's homophobia without lapsing into racism as well?
  • Dealership

  • The Black Keys

    Rubber Factory
  • Lhasa

    Living Road

Most Popular Stories

  • Towing for Dollars in Alameda

    Since 2013, more than 1,400 vehicles have been towed from one West End apartment complex by one company: PPI Towing.
  • The East Bay's Tow Hustle

    Towing companies are taking cars illegally, and it's costing people. One of the worst offenders is PPI Towing of Oakland.
  • Maejoo Is Small But Mighty

    The modern yet petite San Leandro Korean restaurant offers limited seating and menu options, but delivers on quality and taste.
  • The Problems With Bioplastics

    People mistakenly try to recycle them, thereby contaminating the waste stream. Plus, they're not really compostable.
  • Pro-Tenant and Pro-Housing

    East Bay voters made it clear that they favor candidates who advocate not only for more renter protections and more homeless services, but also, more housing.

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