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Issue Archive for the Week of Jul 10-16, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Loco Hero

    After hitching to stardom with Faith No More, singer Mike Patton rode his twisted genius in all directions, not letting rock, fame, or even truth stand in his way.
  • News & Notes

    The lone boycotter speaks, but Ellen Tauscher stays mum; Berkeley sex "church" gets a makeover, and a notorious cultist vies for one.

Arts & Culture

  • Don't Throw Anything Away

    It's history. And a Berkeley exhibit shows you how to become a guerrilla archivist.
  • Party at Emma's!

    Antiwar activists throw themselves a dance party. What's the revolution coming to?


Food & Drink

  • Melting Pot

    The border proves as porous as injera.


  • Back from the Grave

    Dead and Gone revamps its postpunk "suburban blues" after a five-year hiatus.
  • Emily: The Brand

    The capitalist punk rockers behind a pop culture icon.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of July 10-16, 2002

    A tribute to a modern jazz legend, a benefit for the Albany High School music ed, the Experimental Pop Festival, and a soul singer reminiscent of Bessie Smith.
  • Cormega

    The True Meaning
  • Elvis Presley; Elvis vs. JXL

    Elvis: Today, Tomorrow & Forever; A Little Less Conversation
  • Pere Ubu

    St. Arkansas
  • Work of Saws

    The Pious Flats

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