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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 25-Oct 1, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Chavy Loves You, Too!

    A's third baseman Eric Chavez only bats .273, but he hits home runs where it counts most - with the fans.
  • News & Notes

    Riders jury: Black is, black ain't; A cloaked coalition; Accessorized enlightenment, and enlightened artists.
  • Chevron's Spheres of Influence

    Activists accuse Richmond oil refinery of illegally thwarting environmental reviews, and a beholden city of passing the buck.

Arts & Culture

  • Getting the Show on the Road

    They're not monstrosities, they're social glue. The Art Cars are coming.
  • Faye Fest

    The brand-new Orinda Film Festival isn't your ordinary start-up fest. It has a real live movie star.
  • What Is It Good For?

    These authors say military history has more to teach us than many Americans want to know.
  • On the Firing Line

    Ian Stewart covered wars all over the world. Then he became a casualty.
  • Fightin' Words

    Bombs raining on Belgrade, up in arms with Fidel, and other scenes from the front lines.
  • Kuwait and See

    Ex-Marine rifleman Gabe Hudson takes aim at the myth of the American soldier.
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    This month's best-selling titles, as reported by independent bookstores throughout the East Bay.


  • Type Caste

    Maggie Gyllenhaal is a naughty Secretary, but not quite naughty enough.

Food & Drink


  • Soul Survivor

    Two years ago, everyone thought soul legend Howard Tate was dead. He isn't.
  • The Art of Crowd Control

    Rousing thirty thousand A's fans isn't just an adventure: It's Michael Addicott's job.
  • Goapele

    Even Closer
  • Dale Watson; Guy Clark

    Live in London ... England!; The Dark
  • Blue States

    Man Mountain
  • Slum Village

    Trinity (Past, Present, and Future)

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