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Issue Archive for the Week of Jun 15-21, 2005

News & Opinion

  • Opening Old Wounds

    A new US law could send immigrant torture victims back to their tormentors.
  • Hugs and (Hershey's) Kisses

    Amma, queen of the spiritual embrace, visits Castro Valley to pass out bodily harmony.
  • Jerry's Big Day

    Let New Cathedral bells chime, for our perpetual bachelor weddeth, the national news media descendeth, and it well befits us to lampooneth.
  • Letters for the week of June 15-21, 2005

    English, Scottish, and San Franciscan blokes write to express displeasure with our "Grime" article, and beg us to give the genre another listen.

Arts & Culture

  • Boogie Down Berkeley

    There's more to life than just playing records.
  • Othello Surprises

    A wacko Iago, an urbane Moor, a significant Roderigo -- CalShakes' version is unusual.
  • Berlin Ode

    Shotgun pulls off an audacious, funny, sometimes brutal production of Arabian Night.
  • Folk4Spokes

    Slowed-down hoedown in O-town.
  • On Stage

    Our critics weigh in on local theater.
  • Notes on Camp

    Fountain of Gravy?
  • On the Wall

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Woody 'n' You

    The Monster awaits
  • Killing More Than Time

    Young, weird Arkansas
  • Stage Buster

    Grand Kabuki bigger than life


Food & Drink


  • Literary Crunk

    SF author Tamara Palmer digs deep into the Dirty South's rap explosion.
  • He's the DJ, I'm the Mogul

    The teenagers in Jeff Feinman's DJ Project are equally adept at making beats and running board meetings.
  • Menacing Martha

    Ms. Wainwright has a famous last name, but her gloomy, profane folk is a delight all her own.
  • Feist

    Let It Die
  • The Go-Betweens

    Oceans Apart
  • Kraftwerk


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