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Issue Archive for the Week of Oct 16-22, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Geek Chic
  • Geek Chic

    Comic artist Adrian Tomine made himself a winner by appealing to the loser in all of us.
  • Letters for the week of October 16-22, 2002

    Why didn't astrologers find Pluto? Where are the jobs for Oaklanders? Who knew what lecturers endure? What was Chris Thompson thinking?
  • <u>News & Notes</u>
  • News & Notes

    Yet more sleaze-mail and sleazy local politics; get ready for Greek discipline; and the Express rakes in a few.
  • Reading, Writing, and Urinalysis
  • Reading, Writing, and Urinalysis

    A school board member's plan to voluntarily drug-test Dublin High kids in exchange for a "positive scarlet letter" has the district a-twitter.

Arts & Culture

  • Bright Angelic Mills
  • Bright Angelic Mills

    A Darius Milhaud celebration highlights Mills College's 150th birthday party.
  • Got Its Own
  • Got Its Own

    The very first Oakland International Film Fest opens at the Grand Lake -- at last.

Movies

Food & Drink

  • The Kitchen Sink

    Better living through plastic.
  • Red Rides to Your Hood

    But why is lemon chicken broken?

Music

  • Strickly 4 My Geezers
  • Strickly 4 My Geezers

    The Run-DMC of the Commonwealth spits rhubarb-and-custard verses. Why?
  • Rewind, Baby, Rewind
  • Rewind, Baby, Rewind

    St. Clair brings us up to date on all the loose threads she left behind.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of October 16-22, 2002
  • Critic's Choice for the week of October 16-22, 2002

    Hitched indie rockers, a high-contrast trumpeter, rhythmic riffs from West Africa, and fado folk from Portugal.
  • Aroah

    No Podemos Ser Amigos
  • Various
  • Various

    Music from Gilmore Girls: Our Little Corner of the World

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