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Issue Archive for the Week of Nov 28-Dec 4, 2007

News & Opinion

  • When Love is Not Enough

    Some traumatized orphans have brain damage that affection alone can't heal. So therapists are seeking new ways to simulate the nurturing they didn't get.
  • Resources

    Information and support for parents

Arts & Culture

  • The Art of Memory

    Holocaust paintings provoke questions of remembrance.
  • Muensters, Inc.

    Spoon-savvy authors dish at Diesel's Cookbook Extravaganza.
  • Aerial Wizards of Oz

    Circus from Down Under shows how it's done.
  • Dead, but Not Gone Yet

    Ofrendas at the Oakland Museum celebrate the departed.
  • The Killing Room

    Bay Area's top comedians gather for campus humor and more.
  • The Aquarium Age

    For the week of November 28-December 4, 2007


Food & Drink


  • Various Artists

    The Harlem Experiment


Most Popular Stories

  • Too Many Rapes Dismissed

    Three East Bay cities have some of the country’s highest rates of “unfounded” rape reports, raising questions about their investigations.
  • Broken Pipes, Broken System

    Oakland has failed to report hundreds of thousands of gallons of toxic sewage spills that have sickened animals, damaged property, and polluted waterways, including Lake Temescal.
  • The Great Heron Project

    As new housing transforms the face of downtown Oakland, an ambitious plan to relocate the city’s night herons proceeds, along with a student-led effort to make them the city’s official bird.
  • Setting Her Sights Higher?

    Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft appears to be preparing a challenge to Mayor Trish Herrera Spencer in the November election.
  • Juanita & Maude Is an Instant Classic in Albany

    A former Corso chef pulls off an idealized vision of the neighborhood restaurant.

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