Volume 42 Number 02
October 10 – October 16, 2007
Despite efforts to privatize city golf, revenues are actually up millions of dollars. But a costly public-private contract has swallowed most of the money.
A landmark coalition of local media bands together to investigate the murder of Oakland journalist
Jonathan Livingston Seagull flaps again
The curious case of IM etiquette
Benedictus draws from a real-life meeting to explore political power games
Cracking up with the Black Lips. Plus: Ruins, Brutal Sound FX No. 43, Cryptacize, and Matt Pond PA
How bad could it be?
Sharing the fantasy with the would-be future pig farmers of Denmark
Dyed, fried, and straight out of the hospitals
Another dream date with Damon and Naomi
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of freebies in San Francisco
Enter Joseph Cornell's prison of silver light
For the Bible Tells Me So
Why did the chicken cross the street?
Film: America labors with its childhood in "My Kid Could Paint That"
Gettin' visual on the dance floor
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New members of the Oakland Port Commission represent fresh perspectives on environmental concerns
An independent voice, silenced
A remembrance of Jack Davis
Car crash claims legendary facilitator of underground arts
Cracking down on the homeless costs taxpayers millions
Backyard car conversion kits