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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 4-10, 2002

News & Opinion

  • The Return of Helen Caldicott

    After setting aside her antinuclear struggle in the '80s, the doctor has restarted her crusade here in the East Bay. But it's a very different world than the one she left behind.
  • News & Notes

    What if we built a democracy and nobody showed up?; El Cerrito's tax fiasco; so long, 2C-T-7; and Oaktown wants its money back.
  • Field of Bad Dreams

    In its rush to create sports facilities at Harrison Park, Berkeley overlooked nasty environmental realities. It should have known better.

Arts & Culture

  • The Rachel Papers

    Berkeley singer-songwriter Rachel Garlin's favorite song topic is real life.
  • In the Dark

    Why a film noir festival? Because we're living in a noir world, brother.


Food & Drink

  • Stomp Rice, Not Grapes

    Wayne from Truckee tries to go on a sake bender.


  • London Calling

    How did a band of Oaktown underdogs so quickly become fashionable overseas?
  • Blues Remedy

    Healin' the sick and aflicted with the Soledad Brothers.
  • Dinner for the Vultures

    A promoter's lesson on how not to win friends and influence people.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of September 4-10, 2002

    "Important" punk rockers, a French country boy, Rio by the bay, Cubanos in Oakland, and a Baroque Faerie Queen.
  • Atmosphere

    God Loves Ugly
  • Pam Tillis

    It's All Relative: Tillis Sings Tillis
  • Mus

    El Naval

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