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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 27-Apr 2, 2002

News & Opinion

  • The Talented Mr. Young
  • The Talented Mr. Young

    Alan Young's latest arrest came after he ran up a $13,000 hotel bill while posing as Motown legend Cornelius Grant. If the court doesn't throw the book at him this time, the only thing that may stop him is his own growing criminal celebrity.
  • Walking Amok
  • Walking Amok

    The stats say Berkeley is one profoundly unsafe place to walk. But the stats lie.
  • White Powder, Bronze Culture
  • White Powder, Bronze Culture

    As UC Berkeley's student body turns more conservative, recipients of a threatening letter look for answers.
  • News & Notes
  • News & Notes

    A local grazing critic conducts his own study; and don't write off "the Movement" just yet.
  • Letters for the week of March 27, 2002

    Clarifying the purpose behind the "Not Flipper" reunion. Arguing Demographics with "Black and White and ... "

Arts & Culture

  • They're Here!
  • They're Here!

    ...and they're at the "Star Kids and Star Seeds" conference in Berkeley
  • Reading in the Dark

    How Books Become Films
  • Art? No Sweat
  • Art? No Sweat

    At Berkeley's Art Gym, it's your creativity that gets a workout
  • A Transsexual's Tale
  • A Transsexual's Tale

    Chris Bohjalian's novels just keep getting made into movies.
  • Express Reviews
  • Express Reviews

    Hart's War, The Mystic Masseur, and more.
  • Lit, Camera, Action
  • Lit, Camera, Action

    This month's East Bay book gossip.

Movies

  • The Pitch
  • The Pitch

    In 1988, Ron Shelton made Bull Durham. In 2002, it couldn't be done.

Food & Drink

Music

  • More Than Words
  • More Than Words

    The portentous return of the power ballad
  • Show Business Is My Life
  • Show Business Is My Life

    From pop-punk to Cole Porter to the Axis of Evil, Dr. Frank remains the East Bay's most outspoken pioneer.
  • 40th Dimension
  • 40th Dimension

    The Crop Report
  • Johnny Cash
  • Johnny Cash

    The Essential Johnny Cash, The Fabulous Johnny Cash, Hymns by Johnny Cash, Ride This Train, Orange Blossom Special, Carryin' On with Johnny Cash , and June Carter
  • Dale Watson

    Best of the Hightone Years
  • Gary Stewart

    Best of the Hightone Years
  • Park Avenue Music

    To Take With You
  • Muhammad Qadri Dalal

    Unwonted Maqamat (Inedit)
  • Various Artists

    World Library of Folk and Primitive Music: India

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