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Issue Archive for the Week of Jan 29-Feb 4, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Who Was That Masked Muralist?
  • Who Was That Masked Muralist?

    Justin Artifice is on a stealthy mission to beautify Oakland's urban landscape.
  • Misadventures of a Card Shark
  • Misadventures of a Card Shark

    Ex-Berkeley resident's 9/11 collectibles may represent just the latest in a string of questionable business enterprises.
  • <u>News & Notes</u>
  • News & Notes

    The sound of one side debating; you can't speak out at Cal, but at least they have libraries; Oakland may soon only have tours.

Arts & Culture

  • The Blobs That Ate Richmond
  • The Blobs That Ate Richmond

    What's inside artist Robin Dintiman's "Foam" sculptures? Uh, don't ask.
  • Bending or Breaking

    Karen Finley says some amazing stuff, if you've got the stomach for it.
  • Sky Blues
  • Sky Blues

    You can have a "Dark Blue Sky Dream" with your eyes -- and your ears -- wide open at Chabot Space & Science Center this Friday.
  • Funny Pages
  • Funny Pages

    Making readers laugh is every bit as hard as making them cry, but that doesn't stop novelists from trying.
  • Thinning the Herd
  • Thinning the Herd

    Doling out Darwin Awards, Cal grad Wendy Northcutt lauds lethally dumb ideas.
  • What's So Funny?

    Books that make you laugh.
  • Laughing Matters

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • Yadda Yadda

    Lawrence Epstein says it's a Jewish thing.
  • Laughing Really Hard

    Former Berkeley author mixes sex and humor.
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What East Bay dwellers are buying this month.

Movies

  • The Chains Remain
  • The Chains Remain

    HBO slavery documentary saddens as it informs; Oakland barroom comedy pays its tab handsomely.

Food & Drink

Music

  • Marr Attacks
  • Marr Attacks

    Inside ex-Smith Johnny Marr's new musical project, the Healers.
  • Iron Men
  • Iron Men

    An Iron Maiden box set emerges from the mists.
  • T.A.T.U.
  • T.A.T.U.

    200 KM/H in the Wrong Lane

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