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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 9-15, 2005

News & Opinion

  • Oh, Give Me a Home

    The state says sexual predator Cary Verse is rehabilitated, but it isn't the state he needs to worry about.
  • GOP Hearts Perata

    Democratic leader takes the heat after messing with a sacred cow; will the real Don Perata please stand up? and Jerry Brown pulls an end run.
  • The Clear Channel Candidate

    Ever wonder who paid for those political billboards around Oakland touting Ignacio De La Fuente? The truth isn't always pretty.
  • The Dirty Bomb Stops Here

    The Port of Oakland becomes the nation's first to screen all incoming cargo for radioactivity.
  • Resonja Can Read

    The Oakland Public Library's literacy program helps adults turn the page on their limitations.

Arts & Culture

  • Love Is a Battlefield

    The doors slam only once or twice in these plays ... and that ain't good.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater
  • On the Wall

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Draggin' Lady

    Didik Nini Thowok is a true renaissance (wo)man.
  • Jazzing the Alien

    Take them to your jazz leaders
  • Falls & Flowers

    Pray for no rain
  • Drones Club

    Musical chairs and turntables
  • The Bob & Merle Show

    Two legends roll into Oakland


  • Without Sin

    It isn't the movie you may think it is, but Hostage will get your attention.

Food & Drink


  • An Unsubtle Tribute

    Up-and-coming Anticon band's tour ends abruptly on an icy Iowa highway.
  • M.I.A.

  • Kasabian

  • Yo Miles!

  • Crooked Fingers

    Dignity and Shame
  • Om

    Variations on a Theme

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