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Issue Archive for the Week of Jan 23-29, 2019

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  • Unpretentious Cocktails

    Serious drinks and “mixologists” are out, replaced by consumer-driven lighter — and sweeter — cocktails.

News & Opinion

  • The Tick That Took Me Out

    My story of getting and coping with late-stage Lyme disease—one of the fastest spreading, most debilitating, and least understood diseases in the nation.
  • Oakland’s Lead Paint Problem Persists

    The city has yet to launch a program to check older homes for lead paint, even though children are still being poisoned. Funds from a recent lawsuit, however, could jumpstart the effort.
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Arts & Culture

  • ‘Paradise Square’ Dreams Big

    The reach of Berkeley Rep’s ambitious musical might at times exceed its grasp. But perhaps that’s its lasting message.
  • Savage Love: Furry Road

    Can live you without the pleasure you get from being desired?
  • Raiders ‘Global’ Brand Is a Myth

    No metric factually supports the oft-repeated falsehood about the so-called “global Raiders brand.” And this delusion could have destructive results for Mark Davis, the NFL, and Nevada taxpayers.


  • Nerds with Swords

    The amiable children’s fantasy, 'The Kid Who Would Be King,' operates on more than one level.

Food & Drink


  • The New Parish Hits 10

    The Oakland venue is celebrating with several big-name shows, and it’s still committed to helping local acts.
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  • Meet The North Light

    Temescal’s hybrid cafe, bar, bookshop, and record store.
  • A Conversation with Shy’an G

    Shy’an G talks "The Reset," the Bay Area, and the importance of versatility in hip hop.

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