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Volume 41 Number 35

May 30 – June 5, 2007

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The Guardian Iraq War casualty report (6/04/07)

14 U.S. Soldiers killed this weekend.

Music Blog

Yo quiero Yo La Tengo, Dick Cheese returns, Beth Ditto bares all, and Amon Tobin rocks

They shoot, he scores

Wee! Wee! Wee! Would Psycho have been half as terrifying without Bernard Herrmann's memorable music? We doubt it.


Democracy in Berkeley, according to Citizen Josh

Grape loss

Rock combo Moby Grape has weathered its share of seismic shifts

Grapes of steel

Man can't live on reds alone

Ask Dr. Rock

So you wanna be a DJ?

Negative creep

Taking another hard look at Unsane

Return to the sixth dimension

Richard Elfman on his freaky, fabulous Forbidden Zone

This is your brain on drugs

With or without the influence of acid, Forbidden Zone is a trip

Windex music

Neominimal techno finds its footing on the Bay's dance floors

Caffe Bella Venezia

Hostel territory

The asterisk



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Mighty morphin’ power ranger

Christian Maychack's mutating pieces challenge the boundaries of time, space, physics

Green libertarians

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Criminals of poverty

No amount of punishment will ever succeed in lifting people out of poverty

Web Site of the Week


Hole in the street

How one homeless man's death impacted the various Haight Street communities he looked after

Nuclear greenwashing

Global warming has suddenly put nukes back on the agenda — but there's a lot the industry isn't telling you

Little green burners

Why is Jim Mason fighting bureaucrats instead of working on his alternative fuel project?

The war vote

Editorial: Hey Democrats! End the war now, worry about political consequences later

Editor’s Notes

Sure. Save the whales. But how about saving the humans?