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Issue Archive for the Week of Dec 18-24, 2002

News & Opinion

  • The Devil's Advocate

    You wake up in a jail cell with a hangover, a felony DUI, and a single phone call. Here's Blackie Burak's number.
  • BART's Broken Promise

    Forty years after it betrayed East Contra Costa County, BART's "solution" could be the East Bay's greatest boondoggle.
  • Gravel, Grit, and Gravy

    After Leona Quarry developers win a key round, the Oakland mine's neighbors brace for the next one.
  • News & Notes

    Free radio smackdown; heads rolling in Hayward; double whammy for Sheila Jordan; and something's ticking at Bay Street Emeryville.
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Arts & Culture

  • Eye Candy from Outer Space

    Who needs Lord of the Rings when you've got Candy Von Dewd?
  • No Clichés

    Tired of the Messiah? Magnificat has an alternative Christmas music concert for you.


  • Adapt This

    If being Charlie Kaufman is no fun, watching Charlie Kaufman is a real drag.
  • Mounds o' Movies

    The new AMC Bay Street 16 provides a high standard of standardness.

Food & Drink

  • Something Fishy

    Between mercury and environmental concerns, what's a seafood customer to do?


  • Yardcore Rap

    Between thugged-out, jiggied-up, and cerebral stands Fresno's Skhoolyard.
  • Trombone's Silent Night

    Oakland's hundredth homicide victim let his music do the talking.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of December 18-24, 2002

    Songs that would make Brian Wilson squeal, the Grateful Dead filtered through Celtic tradition, soulful Xmas tunes, and Handel's Messiah.
  • Various

    When the Sun Goes Down: The Secret History of Rock 'n' Roll
  • Bic Runga

    Beautiful Collision
  • GZA

    Legend of the Liquid Sword
  • Thundercrack

    The Crack
  • Vandals

    Oi to the World! DVD

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