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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 4-10, 2009

News & Opinion

  • Pardon Your French

    When reading about 15-year-old McKay Hatch and his success in establishing a "no cussing" week in Los Angeles, we all probably reacted the same way: ...
  • California's $11 Billion Election

    As a result of last month's State Assembly budget negotiation marathon, Californians will get yet another chance to cast a seasonal ballot on tax and ...
  • It's Good to Be the (Drag)Queen

    While reading the economic news is like taking a trip in the wayback machine (house prices from six years ago! stock prices from the 90s! ...
  • The Fuzziness of Human Rights

    On the anniversary of its legal birth, the concept is losing its interpretive luster.
  • Letters for March 4

    Readers sound off on the murdered dog, toxics ban, U-Haul, Robert Bobb, and more.

Arts & Culture

  • The Ghost of Andy Warhol

    Pop art pioneer resurrected at the East Bay Express' warehouse "Factory."
  • It's Hip to Be Serious

    Self-expression survives at John F. Kennedy University.
  • The Slow Slowdrag

    A.B. Spellman writes to a bebop beat.
  • Aquarium Age

    For the week of March 4-10, 2009.
  • Dealing with Haters

    How to reform a fat hater, flabby fiancé, and make a hubby lick his come.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for March 4-10, 2009.

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