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Issue Archive for the Week of May 22-28, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Drugstore Cowboys

    Someone at Doc's Pharmacy made a fatal error, and nobody is willing to take the heat. Could a similar tragedy happen again? Bet on it.
  • Jurist Prudent

    Those calling Claudia Wilken an "activist judge" have spent little time in her courtroom.
  • Stepping Off the Cutting Edge

    Sword swallower Molotov and his bull-whipping partner Felicity say they're ready for the mainstream.
  • News & Notes

    Extra! Journalists clash with pols, but pols keep running; and by the way, wasn't this supposed to be a color television?

Arts & Culture

  • Caribbean Reign

    "If you're cool, you're gonna be at Carijama," Oakland's holiday weekend Carnaval party.
  • Diamond Roots

    Singers Betty Wright and E.C. Scott headline Pittsburg's Black Diamond Blues Festival.


  • The Prince

    At long last, the Godfather's son makes his first film, and it was not easy

Food & Drink

  • The Kitchen Sink

    Berkeley Food Policy Council gets fresh with the flatlands


  • Requiem for the Doomed

    High on Fire's Matt Pike talks about Earache and stoner rocket science.
  • World Infusion

    What happens when you mix traditional cultural rhythms with ProTools? Joel Fuller wanted to find out.
  • Critic's Choice

  • This Note's for Who?

    The uncool stigma of playing for sponsors far outweighs the immoral act.

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