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Issue Archive for the Week of Jan 26-Feb 1, 2005

News & Opinion

  • See Me, Peel Me

    The Onion to buy the SF Chronicle, slash budget, staff, salaries, and write editorials endorsing war, torture, famine, and greed.
  • Death of a Community

    As San Pablo prepares to banish the residents of a trailer park to make way for new homes, a way of life is endangered.

Arts & Culture

  • Blame It on Rio

    Brazilian choro music zinged Mike Marshall's strings, and he's been hooked ever since.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • D-Gener-8

    Your basic "Night of Anarchist Hip-Hop Propaganda."
  • Just Grow Up

    The hard part is living long enough to tell the tale.
  • Tell Me Where It Hurts

    Homeless kid, masochist, stroke victim, Stanford lecturer: Stephen Elliott has been there.
  • Why Soccer?

    ... when you can poker?
  • Sluts and Sensibility

    There's a new genre for slags with something to say.
  • Yo, Tae Bo

    Get your health on
  • Wall Streets

    When in doubt, ACT ART
  • Futurism, Fabulism, Terrorism

    J.G. Ballard despairs over our fate, and other East Bay book news.
  • Express Reviews

    Hounds make history, and fat writers make points.
  • Night Moves

    So what if England hates it?
  • On the Wall

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What you should be buying next month.


Food & Drink


  • Blood, Flesh, & Gore

    Jordan Blilie and Johnny Whitney of the Blood Brothers are mighty pleased to ensanguine you.
  • Shear Joy

    The Scissor Sisters bring debauched disco and gay chic to the mainstream.
  • Lou Barlow

  • Chemical Brothers

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