Browse by Year

Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 2-8, 2005

News & Opinion

  • Lock the Casbah

    Oakland's Heavenly States set out to be the first American band ever to rock Libya. But making history is never that easy.
  • Coming Home

    Sixties antiwar activist defends a war hero; Richmond execs lose their plastic; and Oaktown YWCA goes to pot.
  • Top Cop Takes on the Alarmists

    Halting his department's response to home burglar alarms is practical, according to Fremont's police chief. Payback is more like it, his critics say.
  • Back in the Saddle Again

    Prop. 64 robbed enviros of a key weapon against corporate wrongdoing, but a local judge's ruling could rearm them.
  • Letters for the week of March 2-8, 2005

    Joan Baez wouldn't spit on a cop; Alameda cinema maverick deserves a hug; and your 'sneakerhead' article brought me out of the shoe closet.

Arts & Culture

  • Mood Indigo

    Grab the BlueJean Bop Festival and Classic Car Show festival by the roots.
  • Capsule Reviews

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • Pointy Head

    Byrne reborn under bullets
  • On the Wall

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Juicy Hosey

    Author of his own misfortune
  • Simply Don

    Lo, I am ruptured
  • Life Stories

    Three Sisters for everyone


  • Get Lost

    It'd Be Cool if this sequel were any good. Too bad it ain't.
  • Great Clips

    Tennessee schoolkids teach the world a lesson in an inspirational documentary.

Food & Drink


  • Keak da Mayor?

    C'mon, Oakland. Let's elect a real street soldier this time.
  • Down Here Below

    Jazz singer Abbey Lincoln's Valentine's Day show was ultimately a bit too authentic.

Most Popular Stories

© 2019 East Bay Express    All Rights Reserved
Powered by Foundation