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Issue Archive for the Week of Nov 6-12, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Bum Rap

    Vernon Joseph wanted to be a force in hip-hop. Then he met Frank Vazquez. His story shows why Oakland's problems run deeper than the Riders.
  • News & Notes

    The spooks are out in Berkeley; the clubs are gone in Concord; the air is no cleaner in Richmond; and the mail is dirty everywhere.

Arts & Culture

  • Insider Art

    At PARC's prison art show, we can catch a glimpse of ordinary life once removed.
  • Mo' Motown

    The Motown Story -- a stage drama with classic Motown songs -- comes to the Black Repertory Group.


Food & Drink

  • Island Spirits

    For two decades, an Alameda distiller has produced the "waters of life."


  • The Sound of Violence

    How Black Dice's pain, passion, and noise came from Providence.
  • Pick 'Em and Flick 'Em

    Nice bands like Flickerstick finish first on reality TV, but flop in the real real world.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of November 6-12, 2002

    A creaky country-fried prince, a festival of death, movies about odd music, a country-jazz big band, and a singer who satisfies.
  • Various Artists

    Mali Music
  • Garageland

    Scorpio Righting
  • Soundtrack

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Once More with Feeling

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