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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 31-Apr 6, 2010

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News & Opinion

  • Letters for March 31

    Readers sound off on undergrounding in Piedmont, Golden Gate Fields, and West Berkeley development.
  • The World of Zen Marksmanship

    For centuries, Zen practitioners have been using meditation to achieve inner peace. These folks do it a little differently.

Arts & Culture

  • Ride That Wavy Gravy Train

    Michelle Esrick adds a Berkeley icon to the hippie hagiography.
  • Gimme Shelter

    House-hunting après la déluge.
  • Chekhov at the Beach

    Shotgun Players present a Seagull for our time.
  • Bugging Out

    Anthropologist Hugh Raffles gets personal with insects.
  • A Gland Old Time

    The prostate is a pleasure zone, says Dr. Charlie Glickman.
  • Boyfriend Troubles

    A heartbroken escort and a young, gay virgin share their woes.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for April 1-7, 2010.

Food & Drink

  • Steak Like Mom Used to Make

    The Alley's cuisine may be outdated, but its comic-noir atmosphere and live piano bar are still hard to beat.
  • God, We Love Yummy Pinots

    Especially from California's Central Coast.



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