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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 16-22, 2005

News & Opinion

  • The Revolution Comes to Rossmoor

    As the Vietnam War generation invades senior communities, an old generation gap rears its ugly head.
  • Jerry Comes Out

    Our favorite local AG candidate finally comes clean on gay marriage; friends of Cold War analyst Bill Mandel agitate to get his show back on KPFA.
  • The Power and the Apathy

    Cities in CoCo County are bulking up to sow democracy on the airwaves, but do residents even give a damn?
  • Robin Hood Would Not Approve

    Oakland's new recycling program is convenient for residents, a windfall for two big companies, and a fiasco for homeless scavengers.
  • Letters for the week of March 16-22, 2005

    For $50 and a few evenings, you, too, can be a postquake lifesaver; and if Walgreens won't invest in West O, why shouldn't residents invest in themselves?

Arts & Culture

  • Women Up Front

    Let us now praise socially conscious female musicians.
  • Capsule Reviews

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

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Smash Hits

    The SFLGFB rains disaster upon Crockett.
  • Price Club

    High style on Poverty Row
  • Tahoe Blue

    Music livens up the slopes
  • In the Mix

    The Boogie Shack goes Down Low
  • Frankapalooza

    Julia Morgan gets twisted


  • Losing Steam

    Despite its creator's pedigree, Steamboy is mostly hot air.

Food & Drink


  • The Kids Will Flock

    Sheep paraphernalia? Instrument-swapping? Welcome to the new, improved Ramp.
  • No More Slowcore

    Hushed Minnesota trio Low cranks it up to midtempo on its latest album.
  • Giraffes/Grafton

    Giraffes/Majesty Shakes EP
  • The Mars Volta

    Frances the Mute

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