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Issue Archive for the Week of Aug 13-19, 2014

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News & Opinion

  • A Flawed Model for Care

    Kaiser Permanente has been held up as a national model for healthcare, but critics contend that it routinely fails to adequately serve patients with mental health problems.
  • The High Cost of Justice

    Alameda County is now charging high fees to look at court documents online — a new cost that legal experts say may be unconstitutional.
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  • Setting the Record Straight About Oakland

    Longtime city resident Elmano Gonsalves has launched a campaign to convince newspapers and TV news stations to stop perpetuating negative stereotypes of the city
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  • Water Bond Measure Is a Bad Idea

    The $7 billion compromise plan likely would make it easier for the governor to build his water-tunnel boondoggle.

Arts & Culture

  • Cops and Rappers

    Oakland-raised law enforcement officer, rapper, and actor Jinho "The Piper" Ferreira highlights the subjectivity of justice with his one-man play.
  • Pups

    On puppy play, post-hysterectomy sex, and the right way to humiliate your boyfriend.

Movies

  • One Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for the week of August 14-20, 2014.

Food & Drink

Music

  • 'A Spectacular Ruckus'

    The Coup's Boots Riley discusses Shadowbox, the evolution of his creative platform, and alienating NPR.
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  • Turning The Volume Up On Oakland

    Veteran Bay Area producer Jeff Saltzman and two Oakland promoters are creating a compilation album designed to elevate twelve indie groups — and the East Bay music scene they represent.
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  • Assault and Relief

    Crass antics, charisma, and twerking at the seventh annual Outside Lands Music Festival.
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