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Issue Archive for the Week of Jan 8-14, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Settling for Less

    Jim Rogers, the Bay Area's most famous TV lawyer, spends less time in court fighting for his clients than fighting with them.
  • The People's Politician

    Eccentricity, unpredictability derailed promising political career.
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  • The Quiet Americans

    Twenty-five years later, the war in Vietnam rears its head yet again in the politics of welfare reform.
  • News & Notes

    Denny's faces a "mini trial"; Hayward superintendent gets hers, and then some; and new publisher hopes to shake the Planet.
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  • Letters for the week of January 8-14, 2003

    Remembering Richard Hongisto; forgetting sound transit policy; picking on the Muslims again; and exposing the awful, sad truth.

Arts & Culture

  • West Coast in Your Ear

    West Coast Live broadcasts the vibrant local arts scene to a national radio audience.
  • Tehran Tornado

    Iranian films are more popular than ever with art audiences looking for something new.


Food & Drink

  • Business Is Sow Sow

    Farmers' marketers have stopped hibernating.
  • Red Meat with the Raiders

    In which our intrepid correspondent tries to find a whole pig before her friend in red is barbecued.


  • Stormy Whether

    Our latest pop phenomenon, Avril Lavigne, deconstructed for your convenience.
  • Shake, Wobble, & Bowl

    Ice rinks? Bowling alleys? A band'll take what it can get.
  • Deke Dickerson

    Deke Dickerson in 3-Dimensions

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