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Issue Archive for the Week of Apr 23-29, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Forgetting How to Die

    Because hospitals treat death as a failure of modern medicine, Felicidad Gomez couldn't die with the dignity she deserved.
  • 7 Days

    Antiwar activists not permitted; Hey, why steal just one?; Emeryville caves, disabled roll on; And the liberators strike again.
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Arts & Culture

  • Bistro Nights

    Hayward club is a hotbed of roots rock.
  • Hanoi Redneck

    Mai's America plays the Appreciating Diversity Film Series.
  • Bus Betties

    Chicks in Arms in Oakland
  • Trail Mix

    Four days to beat Diablo
  • Little Wonders

    Classical kids in concert
  • In Between

    Grad student art at Mills
  • Art of Glass

    TAL host visits Berkeley


  • Break Like the Wind

    Spinal Tap tapped,

    the Folksmen turn it

    way down from 11

Food & Drink

  • Bagel Taste-Driving

    Only one of 'em comes close to the Manhattan product.


  • Electric Acid Test

    The Polyphonic Spree: twee, ambient sugar pop or insidious cult?
  • Cry Uncle

    For Uncle Tupelo fans, there's No Depression in reissue heaven.
  • Welcome to Spin City

    Is Clear Channel's move to drop indie promoters a PR ruse?
  • Critic's Choice for the week of April 23-29, 2003

    Lavay is busy Licking Skillets, They still Might Be Giants, Abbey takes a (Billie) Holiday, and the Berkeley Rep hosts hip-hop school.
  • Crate-Digger

    Electronic, rare groove, and beyond
  • Hood

    Hood Singles Compiled (2CD); Hood Compilations 1995-2002 (CD)
  • Triple Threat

    Many Styles
  • Ute Lemper

    But One Day . . .

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