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

News & Opinion

  • In a Class of Their Own

    On the football field, Cal has shown it has few equals. But in class, student athletes are separate and unequal.
  • Slamming the Door of Higher Ed

    Since 9/11, foreign enrollment rates at Bay Area colleges have declined dramatically because of both new restrictions and changing attitudes.
  • Card Sharks

    Why are tarot-card readers drawn to the intersection of Telegraph and Channing? Must be in the cards.
  • Letters for the week of December 1-7, 2004

    A request to expand our tax inquiry. Disagreement about Julia Butterfly Hill. Praise for our coverage of Mac Dre. And we explain the stupid errors.

Arts & Culture

  • Snap-Sexy

    Graffiti legend Refa1 hip-hop-izes erotic photography in a new show.
  • Odd Man Dowd

    Johnny Dowd is in a class of his own.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • On The Wall

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Barber Chop

    Brainy chantoozie at Yoshi's
  • Be Boulder

    At the ABS climbing comps
  • Pear Pressure

    Fruit you can listen to
  • Rake's Break

    Stravinsky rides again

Movies

  • Closer to Fine

    Urban savages wage war over sex in Mike Nichols' dreadfully funny new film.
  • Call Him Al

    An epic story turns human -- and fallible -- in Oliver Stone's Alexander.

Food & Drink

Music

  • Amen Amen Amen

    Geoffrey Pete and his Gospel Brunch will render you both devout and morbidly obese.
  • Sally Timms

    In the World of Him
  • Mark Hummel

    Blowin' My Horn
  • Neko Case

    The Tigers Have Spoken

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.
  • 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.
  • The Problems With Bioplastics

    People mistakenly try to recycle them, thereby contaminating the waste stream. Plus, they're not really compostable.

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