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Issue Archive for the Week of Jan 20-26, 2010

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News & Opinion

  • Flying to the Doctor

    The lack of insurance coupled with skyrocketing medical costs has led many Korean Americans to seek cheaper care in their homeland.

Arts & Culture

  • Precarious Act from Peking

    Peking Acrobats balance plates, rugs, chairs, jars, umbrellas, and, most importantly, their own bodies.
  • Gateway Drugs

    Don Lattin's new book charts the start of the psychedelic revolution.
  • Loving the Messy World

    Amor Fati explores ironic and scathing pieces of colonialsm and imperialism.
  • The Trouble at Home

    Athol Fugard's Coming Home examines South African society through the filter of domestic drama.
  • Comfort Zone

    Invented in Oakland and now practiced worldwide, Breema seeks to balance bodies and minds.
  • Knowing Is Only Half the Battle

    Guest columnist Brian takes a stab at anorexia recovery and potential cheating.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for January 21-27, 2010.

Food & Drink

  • A Sampler of Barbecue Styles

    Imperfect barbecue is still a wonderful thing.



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