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Issue Archive for the Week of Nov 26-Dec 2, 2014

Digital Edition

Special Sections

  • Eyes On the Sky

    New snowmakers and slot machines roar as Lake Tahoe powder chasers pray for a return to average after two brutal, dry winters.
  • The Good-Giving Guide

    Buy gifts that help support worthy causes — or skip the presents altogether and donate directly to some of the best local charities and nonprofits.

News & Opinion

  • Saving the Homeowner Bill of Rights

    Two years ago, California passed landmark statutes that sought to protect borrowers from wrongful foreclosures. But since then, big banks have successfully neutralized the law.
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  • Bad Air? There's a Pill for That

    Research shows that statins, a widely used drug, may protect people from air pollution.
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  • The Case for Body Cameras

    The events in Ferguson and Oakland provide strong evidence as to why every police officer in the country should be wearing video-recording devices.

Arts & Culture

  • Oakland Feels

    How the Oakland natives behind Wine and Bowties went from running a taco stand to throwing a micro music fest with Kool A.D., Teebs, and Kreayshawn.
  • Sweater Weather

    Carson Fisk-Vittori and Anna Sagström explore our warped relationships with nature in their new show Hard Weather at Et al.
  • Cruel Intentions

    When private lives go public, and a regrettable slap.


  • One Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for November 28 - December 3

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