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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 29-Oct 5, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Publisher for the People

    Biologist Michael Eisen hopes to accomplish for science publishing what Linux set out to do for computing.
  • Three-Dot Grouch

    Fun with aging columnists; fun with press releases; fun with academic prose; fun with mayoral real estate.
  • Teachers Can Only Blame Themselves

    The state-appointed administrator of the Oakland school system is asking teachers to make more cuts. It's unfortunate, but at least it's a plan.
  • The Politicians Weigh In

    Science journals battle an NIH proposal that calls for free access to federally funded research.

Arts & Culture

  • Little Big Music

    Asheba makes kiddie music that parents can dig, too.
  • Overnight Sensations

    What happens when being famous means more than how you got that way?
  • On The Wall

    Our Critics Weigh in on Local Art.
  • Performance Anxieties

    Joshua Braff's dad used to make him sing at parties.
  • Fly Girls

    Woman's Will reveals the evil inside us all.
  • Barrel-Aged

    King Waco at the Plough
  • Flirting with Disaster

    American readers have developed a yen for books about debacles.
  • On The Fence

    Anything's possible for the A's last five games
  • Express Reviews

    What should be on your nightstand this month.
  • Take This, West Bay

    Richmond hosts the East Bay underground
  • Greece It

    Get some play at Calvin Simmons
  • Good to Go

    What you should be buying next month.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.


  • Finding a Way

    As Nazi artillery fire draws nearer, two opposites share an unlikely love.

Food & Drink


  • The Dropout Drops In

    Kanye West visits Oakland to tell high school kids about talent and commitment.
  • George's Jungle

    A starring role in a new doc isn't enough for ex-Nashville scenester Girl George.
  • DJ Krush

  • The Prodigy

    Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned
  • The Sermon

  • R. Kelly

    Happy People/U Saved Me

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