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

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News & Opinion

  • Work in Progress

    Recession be damned, two Oakland entrepreneurs create 21st-century office space.
  • The Rape That Shocked the Nation

    Up to ten young men laughed and snapped photos as they allegedly gang-raped a fifteen-year-old girl outside a Richmond High dance. And passersby did nothing to stop it.
  • Letters for November 4

    Readers sound off on cuts to community colleges, the lost runner, and EBMUD.

Arts & Culture

  • Gimme That Jelly

    Tourettes' 10th anniversary features the greatest rapping pastry alive.
  • Complementaries

    Phelan Award printmakers take differing approaches.
  • That Was Then

    Richard Schwartz's newly updated Berkeley 1900 includes hundreds more images.
  • The Death of the Dharma

    Liza Dalby's new book introduces yet another way in which the world might end.

  • Time for Instant Karma

    For the week of November 4-10, 2009.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for November 3-9, 2009.

Food & Drink


  • Gift of Gab

    Escape 2 Mars 


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.
  • 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.
  • Savage Love: Jacks

    Navigating professional relationships at sex parties.
  • Richmond at a Crossroads

    The city is on the verge of an economic boom: Will Mayor Tom Butt, a longtime city official, lead it to prosperity, or will the Richmond Progressive Alliance take full control of City Hall?
  • 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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