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Issue Archive for the Week of Jul 4-10, 2001

News & Opinion

  • Talking the Talk

    Cal linguistics professor John McWhorter has become a darling of the right, installed on national talk shows and courted by Clarence Thomas. What's a good liberal doing in a place like this?
  • Redrawing the Contra Costa Map

    County supes redefine their districts -- and county's power structure
  • At Home with History

    Fruitvale museum works to give youth a sense of place
  • Seven Days

    Green jail: generating power at Santa Rita; FBI Finds Terrorists in Berkeley
  • Letters

    Week of July 4, 2001

Arts & Culture

  • Dear Diary

    Diary of a Black Man brings a popular message


  • All Bark

    Cats & Dogs hasn't enough wits or smarts to wring more than a few decent jokes and observations out of its one-note setup.
  • Geek Love

    A nebbishy Nigerian-American nerd chases his dream en route to an arranged marriage in the well-acted, uneven Jump Tomorrow.
  • Totally Bizarro

    Can superheroes and alternative comic authors really get along?

Food & Drink


  • Prodigal Sons

    The Moore Brothers move back to the East Bay with a new record, same great harmony.
  • Hegenberger Nights

    The club feels like a modern version of Studio 54 without the coke spoon as decorative inspiration.
  • Planet Clair

    An abundance of talent at the Alameda County Fair
  • Buck Owens; Ira Louvin; Ernest Tubb

    Young Buck (Audium); The Complete Recordings (Capitol Special Markets); The Definitive Hits Collection (Collector'S Choice)
  • Tricky

    Blowback (Hollywood)
  • Various Artists

    Alpha Motherfuckers (Hopeless Records)

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