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Issue Archive for the Week of Jul 3-9, 2013

Digital Edition

News & Opinion

  • Atrazine Feminizes Male Frogs

    But research on the herbicides effects on humans is not yet conclusive.

Arts & Culture

  • Quickies

    Porn stars, picky daters, and Pandora's boxes.


  • One-Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for July 3-10, 2013.

Food & Drink



Most Popular Stories

  • Disappeared in Death

    Homeless and mentally ill, Joshua Pawlik was unconscious right before four Oakland police officers killed him in March. His family and friends are seeking answers.
  • A’s Off-Field Moves Build Winning Environment

    Chemistry between Oakland players and coaches, as well as between the franchise and East Bay fans, has been a big part of the recipe for the A’s’ resurgence.
  • BayTech Charter School Under Investigation

    The principal suddenly resigned after the school's board accused him of fraud, but the controversy raises questions about the school's links to the Gülen movement.
  • Self-Care as a Political Act

    In the East Bay, women of color and queer people are making alternative health-care practices accessible and culturally relevant to their communities — as well as a key part of their activism.
  • Lawsuit Alleges Ankle Monitoring Practices Are Akin to Extortion

    A new class-action lawsuit accuses Alameda County of allowing a private company to charge excessive fees to people sentenced to electronic monitoring, telling them to pay up or go to jail.

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