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Issue Archive for the Week of Dec 26, 2001-Jan 1, 2002

News & Opinion

  • The Year We Grew Up

    On daily life: In the East Bay, the tension between love of country and love of dissent is almost palpable.
  • The Great Depression

    In 2001, the people I laid off last year were laid off a second time.
  • Gas Pains

    On energy: Texans snickered, but we all got snookered in the end
  • Pulp Nonfiction

    On media: If you're going to compromise your ethics, at least get your money's worth.
  • Broken Promises

    On the arts: The City Wants Respect, But Artists Just Want a Wall of their Own.

Arts & Culture

  • Maraca Around the Clock

    Cuban flutist Maraca and the Afro-Cuban Jazz Masters bring a New Year's heat wave to Oakland
  • East Bay Bookshelf

    A Look at What We're Buying this Month
  • Weatherman

    Which way blows the mind?
  • Pride, Poise, No Boys

    Up close and personal with a female pro football player
  • Publishers' Row

    All the news that fits about print
  • Express Reviews

    Book briefs for the month of December


  • Sly Foxx

    He steals Ali, but will Hollywood give Jamie Foxx a shot at the title?

Food & Drink


  • Soul Trip

    Etienne de Rocher searches for that thing in the know, that thing.
  • Voodoo Muck

    From the mixed-up files of Sleepytime Gorilla Museum
  • Swap Meet

    How the underground world of gig-swapping keeps local bands working
  • The Black-Eyed Snakes

    It's the Black-Eyed Snakes (Chair-Kicker's Music)
  • Various Artists

    Disco Nouveau (Ghostly International)
  • Warren G

    Return of the Regulator (Universal)

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