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Issue Archive for the Week of Jun 22-28, 2005

News & Opinion

  • Free the Pill!

    It's highly effective and "safer than aspirin." Selling it over the counter could prevent hundreds of thousands of abortions annually. So why on earth can't women get their birth control without a prescription?
  • No Comment

    Assembly candidate John Russo is mad. Union boss Bob Valladon also is mad. Jerry Brown's flak is mad, and reporters are, too -- hey, it's a mad, mad world.
  • Protecting the Birds from the Bees

    Sex ed presents a conundrum in a city like Oakland, where sheltered kids sit alongside those with too much life experience.
  • Seabiscuit Should Be So Lucky

    Just call them the Horse Pressurers: This new breed of equine healer does acupressure, massage, the holistic works, and often runs on ambiguous legal turf.
  • Letters for the week of June 22-28, 2005

    Blithely contemptuous of outsiders, rigid, intolerant, unbalanced, and counterrevolutionary, are some of the ways readers describe KPFA's people, politics, and reportage.

Arts & Culture

  • Alone Again, Naturally

    Actor Ron Campbell is used to performing solo.
  • On Stage

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

    Our critics weigh in on local art.
  • Yes Yes Y'all

    Don't get Jennifer Johns "turmoiled."
  • Mtalented

    The Tuku man cometh
  • Angle of the Dangle

    Get a grip at GAO's beginner rock-climbing clinic
  • For Prophet

    The unheralded Chuck, that is
  • Mack Attack

    Beggar, borrower, busker


  • Cursed

    Bewitched delivers just what you'd expect. Absolutely nothing.

Food & Drink


  • Goats in Seven

    John Darnielle's Mountain Goats turn bruising personal trauma into joyful public triumph.
  • Rebirth of Slick

    The reorbiting Digable Planets are cool like that once again.
  • Rachid Taha

  • Common


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