Who watched the inauguration a few days ago? That shit was pretty awesome. (We especially liked the part where Obama casually dropped a Stonewall reference into his speech, like he wasn't doing something of enormous significance. Nice one, dude). Of course, most of the post-inauguration blog chatter ... More >>
The guy who made this tie deserves a reward.Did the CIA miss something? News reports have cited unnamed intelligence officials saying that they've only recently stumbled upon rumors that Osama bin Laden had been holed up in a luxury residence in Abbottabad, Pakistan, and not -- as had been assume ... More >>
Left Image: PhilipRood.com"//Flickr | Right image: Kecko/FlickrLike many people around the world, we learned about the death of Osama bin Laden not from a newspaper or TV, but from social networking sites, specifically Twitter. Standing in a long line for a movie, the news slowly rippled up and ... More >>
A phony dermatologist misdiagnosed patients and stuck them with needles. It took four years for the medical board to figure it out.
He's on the right...For shoppers wishing to give America the gift of national security, consider sending your favorite Pentagon staffer an SF Weekly. No offense to Jane's Defence Weekly, but a Senate Foreign Relations Committee report released Monday suggests the publication you're now reading pr ... More >>
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Deepa Mehta completes her trilogy amid outrage from Hindu fundamentalists
Albert Brooks looks for comedy and comes up empty
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Will we be more secure -- or just less competitive -- if the government forces hundreds of thousands of international science students to get export licenses simply to look through a microscope?
A plan to split California from the United States. And it's serious. Maybe.
An Afghan girl faces the terror of life under the Taliban
Two Berkeley exhibitions follow Buddhism around the world
The Defense Department hires a New Economy futurist to help fight terror. Don't you feel safer already?
Traditional media mislead the public about the war in Iraq as a media revolution makes traditional media increasingly irrelevant
Week of November 6, 2002
Tamim Ansary, author of a famous post-9/11 e-mail, reads from his poignant new memoir about reconciling his Aghan and American heritage
A controversial, uneven, and eerily timely production at the Berkeley Rep
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Men may want to take cover when Krissy Keefer, feminist survivor, dances
Young Afghan-American professionals pledge to return to their homeland to rebuild a war-ravaged nation
Bruce Ackley and the art of listening
While condemning India for its nuclear testing, the U.S. government quietly funnels billions to research programs aimed at creating an ever-more-virulent nuclear arsenal
The 41st San Francisco International Film Festival
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