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Issue Archive for the Week of Jun 26-Jul 2, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Market Volatility

    As Dynegy rode roughshod over California ratepayers, it enjoyed the quiet backing of ChevronTexaco. Then Wall Street turned on the nation's energy traders, and now the East Bay leviathan is holding the bag.
  • News & Notes

    If Oakland bought its commissioners pens, maybe they'd come to meetings; local artists lose a prime venue, while El Cerrito gains a fixer-upper.

Arts & Culture

  • Clarity for Its Own Sake

    Jazz trumpeter Tom Harrell has made a necessarily fractured view of the world into a creative asset.
  • Bringing You Banana

    Wherever there's a cross-cultural literary sensation, there's also a little man or woman behind the curtain.
  • State of the Fruit Report

    Berkeley's Alice Waters, the foodie's foodie, continues her campaign for healthy eating habits.
  • Pages in Translation

    This month's best foreign fiction.
  • Express Reviews

    Explore Yugoslavia, Latin America, France, and England with this month's nonfiction titles.
  • Found in Translation

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    This month's top-selling books, reported by independent bookstores.
  • Three for All

    Rep-to-SubShakes-to-Shotgun: three plays about sacrifices and female self-fulfillment.


Food & Drink


  • Tex Arcana

    What do you get when you mix shoegazing with shitkickers? Texas' Lift to Experience.
  • This Gal's Got Pluck

    Gillian Welch on high school, the music biz, and that dang soundtrack.
  • A Tale of Two Bookers

    Emmett Cadigan is booking the Stork Club in Oakland.
  • Sonic Youth

    Murray Street
  • Various Artists

    Truck Driver's Boogie: Big Rig Hits Vol. 1
  • Various Artists

    Soundbombing 3

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