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Issue Archive for the Week of Apr 24-30, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Preaching Prosperity

    Acts Full Gospel has become the largest church in Oakland. But its parishioners have found more than God - they've found the suburbs.
  • All the Lonely People

    Globalization helped grow Lonely Planet Publications. Now globalization helps it ship local jobs overseas.
  • News & Notes

    Gymnasts, Gypsies, Sideshows, and skin sightings.

Arts & Culture

  • The Big Easel

    A wide world of art — East Bay style — is at Pro Arts’ annual Open Studios.
  • Whodunit?

    The Chester Himes Black Mystery Writers Conference: Check your gumshoes at the door.
  • Totally Booked

    The latest East Bay book news.
  • Flying Iyer

    An author talks.
  • Travel Pages

    Reviewing the many angles of wanderlust.
  • Quick Picks



  • Lazarus, Reborn

    Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.

Food & Drink


  • Black Like Me

    A black, Jewish Holy Roller from the South who is redefining soul music? Meet Donnie.
  • I Hear a Sweet Voice

    Jeff Kazor plays authentic old-time music, despite his detractors.
  • Mondo Trash

    The captivating musical output of a local thrift-store junkie.
  • The Residents

    The Residents' Petting Zoo

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