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Issue Archive for the Week of Feb 3-9, 2010

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News & Opinion

  • Letters for February 3

    Readers sound off on third-wave coffee, barbecue, roadkill, and Alameda's Measure B.

Arts & Culture

  • A Dangerous Man

    New documentary on Daniel Ellsberg makes a powerful argument, without ever saying it.
  • What a Difference a Day Makes

    Fun-A-Day supplies local artists with motivation, tight deadlines, and a daily routine.
  • Restoration

    Ralph Borge painted against the modernist grain.
  • Grant Lyon

    Baby Steps
  • Class Notes

    Class, religion, and music mix in Suruchi Mohan's new novel.
  • "I" of the Beholder

    Teaching meditation is part of Jim Gilman's karma.
  • Don't Hold Back

    For the week of February 3-9, 2010.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for February 4-10, 2010.

Food & Drink

  • Ackee Days Are Here Again

    Pairing Jamaican classics with inventive originals, Flavah Island is a find.
  • The Judgment of Europe

    Spain holds its own, but Cali beats France once again.


  • Women in Metal

    It's been a long, hard road getting to a place where a woman like Angela Gossow can front a band like Arch Enemy.
  • Lee Morgan Lives

    And almost 38 years after his death, the legendary trumpeter's music is getting new life through the band Charisma!
  • Local Licks

    This week we review Spidermeow, Dadfag, Omar Sosa & NRD Bigband, and the 808 Band with Robert Herrera.


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