Browse by Year

Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 16-22, 2009

Digital Edition

News & Opinion

  • I'm Okay; You're Not So Good

    I guess I wasn't home the day Katie Couric - or anyone else - called for my opinion on healthcare reform. ...
  • Conservative Legal Firm Targets Bay Area

    By opening a branch office in Oakland, the Pacific Justice Institute signals its intention to become more active locally.
  • Fast Break

    Can the Berkeley Revolution unicycle basketball team beat a Puerto Rican team that's won twelve of the last fourteen world championships?
  • Circus Act or Extreme Sport?

    Some unicyclists aren't thrilled by their sport's reputation.
  • A Year to Forget

    State lawmakers end the legislative session without addressing some of California's worst problems. Plus, two Spanish judges are now investigating a UC Berkeley professor.
  • Letters for September 16

    Readers sound off on Grind Time, marijuana and cancer, and Monica Ung.

Arts & Culture

  • A Well-Marked Morris

    Musical depth and exacting choreography characterize Mark Morris' new show at Cal Performances.
  • All Systems Go

    Three artists join forces in a fortuitously cohesive show.
  • Human Cargo

    Patrick Radden Keefe chased a trail of international intrigue.
  • Wind, Water, Clutter

    Feng shui consultant Mira Brower applies ancient principles to modern home decor.
  • Turning Lemons into Lemonade

    How our sexual insecurities can become our biggest turn-ons.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for September 17-23, 2009.

Food & Drink

  • No Two Pinots Are Alike

    Two undiscriminating wine consumers learn an important lesson.



Most Popular Stories

© 2019 East Bay Express    All Rights Reserved
Powered by Foundation