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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 11-17, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Dude, Where's My Flag?

    East Bay residents justify their vehicular patriotism.
  • 9/11: Get Over It

    Let's face it -- your life isn't really that much different.
  • The Resurgence of East Bay Islam

    Post-9/11, East Bay mosques report an increase in conversions, attendance.
  • Apocalypse? Nah.

    So far, movies haven't had much to say about 9/11. Let's count ourselves lucky.
  • Strokes and Stripes 4ever

    Take a nation of twenty- and thirtysomethings still getting their groove on in an okay economy; throw planes at their cities, then watch them come running for comfort and predictability.
  • Publish and Perish?

    Biologists are finally talking about the implications of their work. They'll need to do better than that.
  • Left in a Rut

    Many progressives stuck between flag-burning and flag-waving.
  • Land of Milk and Kafka

    Oh, you're a foreigner? Fill out these forms and get back in line.

Arts & Culture

  • The Son Also Rises

    Los Cenzontles Mexican Arts Center heralds a revival of traditional son jarocho music.
  • Jolly Ranchers

    Come to where the chuck wagon is -- the fifth annual California Cowboy Gathering.

Movies

  • Royal Shaft

    Was Queen Joan "mad" or just pissed off about Philip's infidelities?

Food & Drink

Music

  • True Fiction

    American singer-songwriter Tom Russell runs far enough to run into himself.
  • American Idles

    Making "instinctual" music with the Immersion Composition Society.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of September 11-17, 2002

    A rocker dresses as a tree, a clarinetist mines a new genre, an Irish band mixes up acoustic sounds, and a quartet plays and talks about Shostakovich.
  • Elvis Presley

    Roots Revolution
  • Fairport Convention

    UnConventioNal ;Liege and Lief (Remastered)
  • Motion Man

    Clearing the Field

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