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Issue Archive for the Week of Oct 9-15, 2002

News & Opinion

  • LeapFrog's Game

    The local toymaker wowed Wall Street, but the educational frenzy it spawned may not be in children's best interests.
  • Ready or Not?

    Here's what makes for a school-worthy tot.
  • Playing on Parents

    Over-the-top offerings for geniuses-to-be.
  • Letters for the week of October 9-15, 2002

    Kudos on the bylines, but the 9/11 essay hurt; tofu is dangerous; Heraclitus is no excuse; and Baty needs to get out more often.
  • News & Notes

    Urbanview surrenders; Hunter S. Thompson also had an "attorney"; and thousands flock to write bad novels.

Arts & Culture

  • Changing Keys

    Jazz-funk guitarist Calvin Keys plays speakeasy style at Anna's.
  • Beach's Brew

    Berkeley artist Guy Colwell's painting Litter Beach is an ecological horror story -- with a little sex and humor.


Food & Drink

  • Branding Peaches

    You won't need a lariat.


  • Hat Trick

    Tin Hat Trio takes an oddly Americana turn with The Rodeo Eroded.
  • Holy Writ

    A peek inside Shredding Paper.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of October 9-15, 2002

    A three-band buzz, a lioness of a pianist, an intercontinental percussionist, and a violinist going for Baroque.
  • Hot Hot Heat

    Make Up the Breakdown
  • Various Artists

    The American Roots of the British Invasion
  • Low

  • Comets on Fire

    Field Recordings from the Sun

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