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Issue Archive for the Week of Feb 19-25, 2003

News & Opinion

  • 7 Days

    The price of policing the police; What good is it to gag a man who can't speak?; y aqui no hablamos español.
  • The Making of Leon Powe

    Turning an Oakland unknown into an NBA prospect took more than practice. It took mentors, and a kid with a superstar character.

Arts & Culture

  • Frogs for Peace

    The Hairy Eye Ball combats war and hunger with fun, food, and a sense of humor.
  • Outside Time and Society

    Ionesco's The Chairs grows more accessible with time, but accessibility is relative in a play about "chairs without people."
  • The Sounds of Silence

    In updating The Chosen for the stage, Chaim Potok gets a chance to hone his classic novel for young adults.
  • Sonic Yout'

    Jamaica-to-LA action pic Rude Boy strikes a blow for crime-story multiculturalism.
  • St. Nikki

    Poet celebrates in Concord
  • Feeling Puckish

    Oakland hockey program puts players on ice
  • Bubble Up

    They're magical and perfect
  • Solo Crow

    Indie-rock legend goes it alone
  • The Empress

    Bessie Smith lives on


  • Natural Disaster

    Was Terry Gilliam the man who killed Don Quixote?

Food & Drink


  • This Woman's Work

    Groundbreaking music journalist Danyel Smith publishes her first novel about Oakland.
  • Adrian Sherwood

    Never Trust a Hippy
  • Critic's Choice for the week of February 19-25, 2003

    Afrobeat grooves, swamp-blues piano, Cuban swing, electronic jazz, baroque Bach soloists, and an East Bay hip-hop showcase.

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