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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 18-24, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Food 4 Thought

    Restaurant inspections are going online. What will you learn?
  • Appetizers

    Ingredients you might not want to know about.
  • Letters for the week of September 18-24, 2002

    Elementary teachers have it harder, Southwestern College gets Peralta'd, OAK loses its onetime luster, but the drug war is doing just fine.
  • News & Notes

    Starbucks, the new gay homeland; Our leaders ain't dot-communists; Oakland attorney as repo man.
  • The Flash and the Furious

    Increasing demand for stylish auto accessories is spawning a wave of car theft that caters to young Richmond car-fanciers.
  • Painted into a Corner

    To what degree should Berkeley subsidize creative diversity? With another art space set to close, that's the conundrum.

Arts & Culture

  • They Got Lucky

    Oakland's Lucky Tackle Gallery is more street than elite.
  • Lynda Vista

    Cartoonist Lynda Barry knows how to exorcise her One Hundred Demons -- and maybe yours.


Food & Drink

  • The Kitchen Sink

    Experienced couple sets up shop at the Zax Tavern, but who's the rock star behind Rudy Can't Fail Cafe?
  • Trompe L'oeil Tuna

    Let your conscience be your guide.


  • Super Nova

    Germany's Jazzanova moves between moods, sounds, machinery and, yes, jazz.
  • Interpol

    Turn on the Bright Lights
  • Dntel

    (This Is) the Dream of Evan and Chan
  • The Incredible String Band

    5000 Spirits or the Layers of the Onion; The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter
  • Audra McDonald

    Happy Songs

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