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Issue Archive for the Week of Nov 13-19, 2002

News & Opinion

  • Letters for the week of November 13-19, 2002

    Small schools left me a laughingstock; small theaters benefit from press coverage; small minds can't tolerate eccentricity; and small people don't need badges.
  • News & Notes

    Oh, those silly campaign consultants; Temple gets ransacked; and Antioch fights for the right to bring down the flag.
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  • Judge Dread Takes the Stand

    Jurist Bruce Van Voorhis is a model of efficiency but has the tongue of a serpent. The latter may be his downfall.

Arts & Culture

  • Here's to Prometheus

    Metal and fire, sculpture and fire, belly dancing and fire, and -- did we mention -- fire?
  • From Tragedy to Joy

    Composer Jake Heggie's Epic for Cello and Orchestra makes a post-9/11 spiritual statement.
  • The Display's the Thing

    Smart use of space makes Wilde, Molière adaptations all the better.
  • The Times Stands Still

    A New York Times Pulitzer Prize photo show at UC Berkeley's J-School brings the wild world into focus
  • Nutcracker Avoidance

    Workshop gives high school students the chance to produce musical farce.


Food & Drink

  • A Dosa Pizza Gossip

    Two new joints jump into the thriving East Bay food scene.


  • Bomb Squad

    Darkness. Hip-hop. Abstraction. Electronica. Oakland. Octavius.
  • How 'Bout a Refill?

    It's tough times for Ashkenaz and other half-full nonprofit venues.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of November 13-19, 2002

    Math rockers from the South, a Lost Goat in Alameda, an octogenarian pianist at Yoshi's, and Latin performers at the Oakland Museum.
  • Mr. Scruff

    Trouser Jazz

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