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Issue Archive for the Week of Jul 17-23, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Cheap Drugs, Expensive Lawsuits

    Hayward's Impax Laboratories wants to make generic versions of some of the most popular name-brand drugs. If only it survives the lawsuits.
  • News & Notes

    The big bad wolf honors Little Red Riding Hood, while the first little pig sues number two in court.
  • It's Bottom of the Ninth for Uptown

    Oakland's council must soon choose between housing and baseball for its long-suffering uptown redevelopment area.
  • The Catfields and the McCoys

    A feud between a feline-fancier and her neighbors raises questions about Berkeley's animal-control policies.

Arts & Culture

  • Park 'n' Groove

    Khalil Shaheed's Groovemobile takes free jazz shows to the heart of East Oakland.
  • Mars Calling

    Berkeley Opera has a riot (again) with its punk-Rossini update, The Riot Grrrl on Mars.


Food & Drink

  • Have It Your Way

    But be prepared to wait your turn.


  • Alchemy & Friction

    The up-and-down, noodly, and jam-filled life of Television.
  • Charging for the Library

    The recent ruling on Web radio fees is like turning the corner library over to Crown Books.
  • Lofty Ideals

    Beck comes by my warehouse a lot. To fly his helicopter and play Hacky Sack. Beck is much shorter than you'd think. We are tight.
  • Scienz Of Life

    Project Overground: The Scienz Experiment
  • Gary Wilson

    You Think You Really Know Me
  • Rockfour

    Another Beginning

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