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Issue Archive for the Week of Aug 7-13, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Waiting to Inhale

    It's a killer we seldom hear about, discriminating by race and locale and afflicting more people every year. So why don't we even know what causes asthma?
  • News & Notes

    Media-feeding in Bezerkeley; NAACP windtalkers; and what good are more cops against a nuclear catastrophe?
  • As Murders Soar, the Cops Retire

    A sweet new pension deal is decimating local police forces, even as crime begins a long climb back into the stratosphere.
  • Berkeley's Bevatron Blues

    Anti-tritium crew finds a fresh fight in national lab's plans to demolish an aging particle-accelerator facility.

Arts & Culture

  • An American Tragedy

    A fiery new production of Susannah hooks young audiences with beautiful melodies - and violence.
  • Berk's Works

    The Berkeley Arts Festival: everthing you ever wanted to know about Berkeley, and more.


Food & Drink

  • Screamin' Creamies

    Attack of the frosty treats.


  • Hideous Kinky?

    Kinky is either an A&R guy's wet dream or a kickass band. Maybe it's both.
  • Power to the Boom-Bap

    Despite flak for milking the Panther legacy, David Hilliard unleashes his next project.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of August 7-13, 2002

    A powerful country/blues combo, a booming soul baritone, Cuban salsa in Oakland, and a mixed bag at the Greek in Berkeley.
  • múm

    Finally We Are No One
  • Various Artists

    The Asthmatic Worm
  • Abe Schwartz; Various Artists

    The Klezmer King; From Avenue A to the Great White Way; Music from the Yiddish Radio Project

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