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Issue Archive for the Week of May 29-Jun 4, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Kernels of Truth
  • Kernels of Truth

    A team of Cal scientists came under attack from colleagues and biotech interests after finding modified DNA in native Mexican corn. They may be wrong, but given just how much is at stake, why hasn't anyone else bothered to ask the same question?
  • Attack of the Moans
  • Attack of the Moans

    New Spectator boss has big plans, but tough times, the Net, and a rival's lawsuit threaten to sink the local highbrow sex tabloid.
  • Talking Points
  • Talking Points

    A recent bill to allow cell phones back in schools is the work of high-school lobbyists.
  • News & Notes
  • News & Notes

    If he won a $1 billion jackpot, William Dean Singleton would have enough left for 87 working sculpture fountains.

Arts & Culture

  • Awake at the Wheel
  • Awake at the Wheel

    Four East Bay ceramic artists spin magic at the Richmond Art Center.
  • Get It, Girl
  • Get It, Girl

    ... and this season, lots of new books want to tell you how.
  • When I Was a Rent Boy
  • When I Was a Rent Boy

    Stud-for-hire's memoir recalls bell-bottoms, bad odors, good advice.
  • Twice Perfect
  • Twice Perfect

    Back to the future with Latin jazz powerhouse Eddie Palmieri.
  • Between the Sheets
  • Between the Sheets

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • An Author Talks

    Xaviera Hollander is still Happy
  • Sex Pages

    Short reviews of books about sex
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What we're reading here at home

Movies

  • Dr. Strange
  • Dr. Strange

    Grant Morrison's the best writer in comics--and maybe the oddest

Food & Drink

Music

  • Southern Comfort
  • Southern Comfort

    With Creatures, Athens' Elf Power releases another darkly poppish masterstroke.
  • Dive Bar Down
  • Dive Bar Down

    Red bars allow middle-class hipsters to experience the dive world without encountering the lower class.
  • Metal Militia
  • Metal Militia

    An underground hesher scene is thriving in Concord. Yup, Concord.
  • This Week's Top Picks
  • This Week's Top Picks

    An amazing countertenor, high-energy rockabilly, a blues king, and some cowboys
  • The Generators

    State of the Nation

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