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

News & Opinion

  • When Pot Clubs Go Bad

    Ken Estes just wants to share the miracle of medical marijuana. Everyone else just wants him to go away.
  • News & Notes

    Of mayors and marketers, no control and self-control, busy bureaucrats and idle ones.
  • No Business Like No-Bidness

    A firm founded by an ex-con wins contracts from local college districts whose top brass have acted as its consultants. Coincidence?

Arts & Culture

  • Blame It on Her Youth

    Eighteen-year-old saxophone sensation Hitomi Oba leads a pride of "Really Young Lions." Listen to them roar.
  • Bad Hair Day

    Jim Hair's photos of Hells Angels and sweet little old ladies rumble into Albany.


Food & Drink

  • Aging Gracefully

    Heirloom tomatoes don't get gassed.


  • Envoys of Noise

    Virtually ignored the first time around, Mission of Burma endures.
  • One Show at a Time

    Sober fans at jam-band concerts? Duuuuuuuuuude!
  • Critic's Choice for the week of July 24-30, 2002

    Girls kick butt in the city, a Hammond master plays Yoshi's, jazz greats gather in Concord, and a feminist opera runs in Oakland.
  • The Librarians

    The Pathetic Aesthetic
  • The Records

    The Records/Shades in Bed
  • Schneider TM


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