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Issue Archive for the Week of Oct 27-Nov 2, 2004

News & Opinion

  • Street Walkers

    Prostitution in a retirement home? "Little old ladies" strike back; Vote for me ... er, Kerry; and Trix are for candidates.
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  • Rolling the Dice

    California looks to gambling to solve its financial woes.
  • Citizens for Transparency

    Just who the heck are some of these groups pushing or opposing the ballot measures?
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  • Odd Numbers

    Looking at those arbitrary political donations.

Arts & Culture

  • King Cutter

    Meet Walter Murch, the film editor and sound mixer everyone would like to be.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • Less Than Grand News

    Oakland gallery and performance space 21 Grand loses its lease.
  • Peep Holy

    Laura Gest Winder explores the kitschy divine at JFK.
  • Act Scared

    Horror on the spot
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Got You Coming and Going

    What's life's biggest drama? Death.
  • Rain Go Away

    Hikes around Mt. Diablo
  • Daddy's Gone

    When your dad was a thief and a junkie, how do you write his eulogy?
  • Poster Boy

    2-D (or not 3-D)
  • In Flames

    Flamenco meets speed metal
  • Reality Fiction

    When real-life celebrities are characters in novels, the truth gets fuzzy.
  • Self-Immolation & Ozone

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • Express Reviews

    Growing up in the former East Germany, a collection about the pleasures of tea, and more.
  • Good to Go

    What you should be buying next month.
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What you're buying this month.


  • A Cut Above

    For sheer carnage, Saw shreds the competition.
  • Full of Grace

    Laura Linney shines as a divorcée who goes for Topher.
  • Messed Around

    As Ray Charles, Jamie Foxx turns an ordinary bio into an extraordinary one.
  • Icky, Icky, Icky

    Nicole Kidman falls in love with a ten-year-old boy ... sorry, her dead husband.

Food & Drink


  • Write in a New Ode to Cali

    Just think: We could be the first state whose official song has a bomb-ass hemp beat.
  • Buzz-Bomber

    Hyperactivist Jello Biafra has finally made another truly great album.
  • Why Not Smile?

    After decades of mental illness and musical mediocrity, Brian Wilson unveils a lost classic.
  • Mark Mallman

    Mr. Serious Badman
  • Mobb Deep

    Amerikaz Nightmare

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