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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 18-24, 2009

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News & Opinion

  • The Seven Deadly Sins Diet

    Sure, I know we're all supposed to be acting like grown-ups these days - bucking up, buckling down, toughening up, pulling up our socks, straightening ...
  • Penny Bonuses on Bailout Dollars

    From Washington to Wall Street, Americans are talking bonuses, bonuses, bonuses, specifically the $165 million paid executives at American International Group, which is also the ...
  • Letters for March 18

    Readers sound off on Measure Y, AK Press, Brita recycling, and our theater reviews.
  • Cramer vs. Blamer

    I would be underestimating to say 50 percent of what is being passed off as "news coverage" on television is actually mere speculation and interpretation. ...

Arts & Culture

  • It's Still Kosher

    At this year's Jewish Music Festival, beatboxing, gospel, and punk rock align with Sephardic traditions.
  • A Galaxy of Art

    Focusing on the Berkeley Art Museum's permanent collection.
  • Return of the Wolff

    Word for Word stages unadulterated Tobias Wolff at Julia Morgan.
  • When Writers Talk

    Top East Bay journalists Cynthia Gorney and Jon Carroll chat at the Rep.
  • Aquarium Age

    For the week of March 18-24, 2009.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for March 19-25, 2009.

Food & Drink



Most Popular Stories

  • The Express' November 2018 Endorsement Guide

    We endorse Schaaf, Ezzy Ashcraft, and Butt; along with Fortunato Bas, Thao, Middleton, and Whitaker for Oakland council and Knox White and Oddie for Alameda council.
  • The Fight Over Rent Control

    Tenants are pushing to repeal the 1995 Costa-Hawkins Act, which strictly limits local rent control. But landlords are spending big to beat Prop. 10.
  • A Guide to Oakland's Ballot Measures

    Six measures on the November ballot include new taxes, tax breaks, changes to existing taxes, worker and tenant protections, and education funding.
  • A New Berkeley Council?

    With two longtime councilmembers retiring and two vulnerable newcomers defending their seats, half of the city council could be gone next year.
  • Role Reversals in the Oakland Mayor's Race

    In the Oakland mayor's race, the normally staid Libby Schaaf has come out swinging, while one of her top challengers, the usually brash Cat Brooks, is acting more like a Fortune 500 CEO.

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