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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 25-31, 2009

News & Opinion

  • A Study No One Needed

    Under the category entitled "I Suspected as Much," scientists at the University of California, Davis, have discovered that what makes a teenagers brain unique is ...
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  • Losing Faith in "Hope" for a Change

    Not two months into his Presidency and Barack Obama is showing the first signs of self-doubt. Stepping outside the arena of politics and policy for ...
  • The Myth of Sustainability

    When foodies use the word "sustainable" they typically mean a system that doesn't require outside inputs - no chemical fertilizer or herbicides, no purchased feed ...
  • Did Four Cops Have to Die?

    Why did police brass tell the SWAT team to storm an apartment when a known cop killer was waiting inside?
  • Save a Tree, Climb a Redwood

    A UC Berkeley professor will study the effects of global warming on giant sequoias this summer by climbing some of the world's largest trees and measuring their branches.
  • Letters for March 25

    Readers sound off on Yelp and our theater, art, and food reviews.

Arts & Culture

  • Dreaming Is Destiny

    Destiny Arts tackles big social issues in its 20th anniversary performance.
  • Let the Good Times Roll

    First a psychotherapist, then an accordionist, Blair Kilpatrick is now also an author.
  • Food, Glorious Food!

    Eat It! show at Eclectix proffers an abundance of sweets and savories.
  • Feminine, But Still Odd

    Clive Worsley brings The Odd Couple: Female Version to Town Hall Theatre.
  • Aquarium Age

    For the week of March 25-31, 2009.
  • A Fin-Tastic Fetish

    Snorkel kink, cross-dressing woes, and a straight dude wonders about his trannie blowjob.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for March 26-April 1, 2009.

Food & Drink


  • Nickel Eye

    The Time of the Assassins


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