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Issue Archive for the Week of Jan 6-12, 2010

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News & Opinion

  • Learning In Chinese

    Mandarin immersion takes root in Bay Area schools.
  • Letters for December 30

    Readers sound off on the local music scene, cuts at Berkeley High and KPFA, and coffee.
  • Neighborhood Comes Together Around New Market

    North Oakland's sprawling Oasis Food Market calls attention to the area's burgeoning cluster of Middle Eastern shops and residents.
  • Dead Birds Ring Out The Old Year

    Airport-dwelling fowl have a foul December. Plus a new chief at BART, and a reprieve for Oakland truckers.

Arts & Culture

  • Fellow Travelers

    Three artists explore location, dislocation, memory, and imagination.
  • Hidden Wisdom

    They're here, they're Gnostic, get used to it.
  • Happy Happy Joy Joy

    The best things in life aren't things, James Baraz insists.
  • Reganite Humor

    Brian Regan can slay a room without using four-letter words.
  • Age Play And Foot Fetishes

    Treat her feet the way another man might treat his girlfriend's breasts.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for January 7-13, 2010.

Food & Drink

  • Please Pass the Persian

    I Squared's Iranian-Italian fusion menu succeeds, but would benefit from more Middle Eastern fare.
  • Pairing Wines with Crab

    An array of lighter wines goes nicely with shellfish.


  • Postmodern Traditional Music

    How Tim Eriksen became perhaps the only musician to play with both Kurt Cobain and Doc Watson.


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