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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 22-28, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Fire & Ice Cream

    The story behind the story of the blaze at Fentons.
  • Sign Language

    When is a $2.5 million billboard worth a paltry $120,000? Why, when the owners' tax lawyers are talking, of course.
  • Stickin' It to the G-Man

    Fired for pro-union activity, a former Oakland Airport screener sues the feds in what may prove a barometer for workers' rights.
  • A Fan's Nose

    Two Oakland A's fans -- and their attorney, of course -- get philosophical about the role of heckling in modern sport.
  • Letters for the week of September 22-28, 2004

    Turning up a nose toward Dogtown; finding links between Nam and Watergate; quarreling with the corn syrup industry; and separating yuca from yucca.

Arts & Culture

  • Sábado Gigante

    Kentara Padron continues to showcase the bright side of the barrio.
  • Top Dollers

    It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a doll!
  • Jaywalking Threat to Society

    Liminal promoter busted; plus, it's fund-raise or die for the Oakland Box.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • Dude Ranch

    This party will stand
  • ¡Viva Voom!

    Snaps among the stacks
  • Exist 2 Resist

    California-made and more
  • Varsity Racket

    East Bay H.S. football roundup


Food & Drink


  • Out on the Weeknight

    Neil Young will play the organ when he damn well feels like it.
  • Tracking the Fallen

    Oakland's Heavenly States unveil an offbeat and devastating antiwar cry.
  • Doll Parts

    Though only two original New York Dolls remain, the glam band's reunion rages giddily on.
  • Interpol

  • Kool Keith

    Diesel Truckers
  • The Libertines

    The Libertines
  • Chuck Prophet

    Age of Miracles

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