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When families can afford $200,000 and houses cost $250,000, something doesn’t fit.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 06.30.05
Homebuyers aren’t the only ones being priced out of the market.
By Lauren Brooks
Enloe is fighting certication of union election.
Charrette may have brokered solution.
County looking for grants to shore up water supply.
By Josh Indar
New analysis contradicts earlier findings.
Electronic voting machines are ripe for fraud.
By Robert Bowman
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Fifteen minutes with a trapeze artist.
By Lauren Evans
By C. Owsley Rain
By Tom Gascoyne
By Local Bastard
Mechoopda Indians reconnect with old home.
By Mark Lore
New Ghostdance Gallery built on Native American philosophies.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Reviewed by Carla Resnick
John Nash is searching for souls.
Reviewed by Tom Blodget
The Deer wear the sounds of the seventies proudly.
By Jason Cassidy
Sound problems and rock innovation mark two-band bill at Off Limits.
Henri’s homage to the avocado—and some of his favorite recipes.
By Henri Bourride
Zombie originator George Romero returns to genre with Land of the Dead.
By Craig Blamer
Bewitched remake is merely a ‘grab bag’ of fun moments.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A portrait of the creator of the Moog synthesizer.
By Carey Wilson
Lo-fi, noir film American Astronaut now on DVD.
By Morgan Paar
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