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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 12-18, 2008

News & Opinion

  • Tearing Down the Walls at the Oakland Museum

    Forget what you know about that history museum. With new management and a new energy, the institution is reinventing itself.
  • Rezoning Plan Benefits Pals of De La Fuente

    When the Oakland council agreed to let portions of the city's waterfront go residential, friends of the council president made out well.
  • Those Alameda Sports Cuts Are Just the Start of it

    Alameda's schools are not alone in having to make drastic spending cuts. Every district across the East Bay will have to trim in response to the governor's new budget.
  • Another Week, Another Tree-sitter

    Vulgarity menaces Martinez, phony locksmiths cut and run, and another trespassin' Berkeley tree-sitter sits.
  • Bad Citizen Wants You!

    Two tickets to Northstar at Tahoe for the first people to bare their sins.
  • Letters for March 12-18

    Readers sound off on our new format, tutoring, aerial pesticide spraying, Patrick McCullough, and, yes, AC Transit buses.

Arts & Culture

  • Bicoastal Banquet

    Northern California alumni of the Rhode Island School of Design host their biennial exhibition.
  • Brush Up On Your Hawthorne

    What a curious creature is Central Works' Wakefield
  • Pondering a Troubled Country

    Annie Holmes tells the stories beyond the headlines.
  • Aquarium Age

    For the week of March 12-18, 2008


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