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Issue Archive for the Week of Feb 13-19, 2002

News & Opinion

  • The Ultimate Backup
  • The Ultimate Backup

    Michael Rains has been defending Oakland cops for more than twenty years, but the case of the OPD's notorious "Riders" has given him his greatest challenge to date: proving that his clients were just doing their job.
  • Y2K's  Silver  Lining
  • Y2K's Silver Lining

    The Millennium Bug forced Berkeley's poorly managed schools to wake up.
  • News & Notes
  • News & Notes

    Super Sunday, super subsidy, super supporters
  • Letters

    Week of February 13, 2002

Arts & Culture

  • Feel Their Paint
  • Feel Their Paint

    Where do new artists come from? The "Fresh Paint" show in Emeryville, for one
  • Swimming  to San Pablo
  • Swimming to San Pablo

    A little touch of Phnom Penh at Casino San Pablo

Movies

  • Snoozie <i>Q</i>
  • Snoozie Q

    Its heart is in the right place, but John Q. is too clumsy to make us care
  • Net Loss
  • Net Loss

    The government killed TV, and Hollywood's begging it to revive the corpse

Food & Drink

  • The Kitchen Sink

    Year of the Horse

Music

  • You Lookin' at Me?
  • You Lookin' at Me?

    The history of rock, measured in gazes
  • I Am What I Play
  • I Am What I Play

    François K has been a DJ for decades--yet he remains as outside of dance music's history as inside it
  • Drexciya

    Harnessed the Storm (Tresor)
  • The Psychedelic Furs
  • The Psychedelic Furs

    The Psychedelic Furs
    Talk Talk Talk
    Forever Now
    (Legacy/Columbia)
  • Various Artists
  • Various Artists

    Freshchest Prose Present Jabs and Cuts, Volume One (Freshchest)

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