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Issue Archive for the Week of Feb 5-11, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Talking Head for the Undead

    Loyd Auerbach has turned the study of all things ghostly into a thriving business. Even though all some clients need is a good placebo.
  • Name 'Em and Shame 'Em

    Time has come to identify the true culprits in the great Oakland schools disaster. So let's play the game ...
  • News & Notes

    What, Perata again? Bey's alleged victims sue county, wrong flag causes a flap, and Raiders news you can lose.
  • Letters for the week of February 5-11, 2003

    Egotists are remembered as egotists. Meaningless plus $500k is meaningless. Gamers need to get a new game. Theater needs help from theatergoers.

Arts & Culture

  • No Gus, No Glory

    "A Tribute to Gus Van Sant" reminds us why we need Portland, Oregon.
  • Mean Streets

    Photojournalist Maya Goded documents the prostitutes of Mexico City in gritty black and white.


  • Little Murders

    For a movie that no one has seen, Pete Livingston's Over 9 Billion Dead Served is raising a big stink.

Food & Drink

  • Turning the Tables

    What do veteran waiters expect from the people who wait on them?
  • Try This, It's Fartless

    Only in America: cheesecake in a jar.


  • Let's Get Fat

    Sing along with Portland's Joggers, StarTime's ugliest band.
  • Phantom of the Opry

    Who is that nutty dude in the Dr. Pepper commercial?
  • Feeding the Obsession

    Craigslist music forum beckons: To work or not to work.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of February 5-11, 2003

    A birthday bash for Bob, a coup for Cal Performances, a series of sonatas at Zellerbach, blended blues in Berkeley, and Venezuelans evoking disco at Bimbo's.

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