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Issue Archive for the Week of Oct 2-8, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Big Mother Is Watching Them

    When nurses at Eden Medical Center stopped wearing these badges, were they protecting their privacy or overreacting?
  • Letters for the week of October 2-8, 2002

    Laughing through the sadness of 9/11, drinking by the dock of the bay, making the best of a bad situation, and reporting 25-year-old news.
  • News & Notes

    Reading the stars' stars; Haas biz students to learn ethics from crooked CEOs; He's a political master, Bates.
  • Over the Counter, Under the Radar

    Some local Mexican markets sell more than aspirin and Tylenol without a doctor's prescription. It's flourishing. But it's illegal.

Arts & Culture

  • Heart and Soul

    Three contemporary plays examine the nature of love.
  • Come as You Are

    "Wisdom circles" ask deeper questions of hip-hop performers.
  • Giallo Fever

    A Mario Bava Italian horror movie retrospective at the PFA? Where will it all end?


Food & Drink


  • The Rebirth of Hip-Hop?

    Dälek and other new artists are redefining the genre -- to a lukewarm reception.
  • Shyness Can Be Golden

    Liverpool's Clinic is a lousy interview -- good thing the music speaks for itself.
  • Six Lungs Gone Silent

    Clair riffs on Nick Broomfield's Biggie-Tupac rapumentary.
  • Nicolai Dunger

    Soul Rush
  • Murcof

  • Underworld

    A Hundred Days Off

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