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Issue Archive for the Week of May 28-Jun 3, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Shell Game

    Ravens? Yahoos? Disease? After shelling out $100 million, you'd think we'd know what is wiping out the California desert tortoise.
  • Bright Lights, Small City

    Richmond's latest bid for renewal rests upon a plan to become a center of Hollywood set design. But first, the finances must survive.
  • 7 Days

    Those who can't do, teach; those disgraced in LA move north; those who can't win, run anyway; those who get Jerry, get a park.
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  • Letters for the week of May 28-June 3, 2003

    Two pleas for theater listings. Five thanks for parks coverage. One movie to dry your tears. Five percent for statistical significance.

Arts & Culture

  • Casa Mena Es Su Casa

    Carlos Mena's Hip-Hop Meditations vibrate through Oakland.
  • Gone, Daddy, Gone

    In these new memoirs, daughters quest for their lost fathers.
  • Drive, She Said

    It's urban, it's carless, and it's free.
  • The Sins of the Father

    Who killed the Black Dahlia? Ex-cop Steve Hodel says it was his dad.
  • Sing It, Kid

    Benefit aids school music program
  • Get Off Your Butt

    There's an adventure with your name on it
  • Cassandra's Last Stand

    The author of Cadillac Desert revisits the folly of California, but this time in the East Bay.
  • Quack-Up

    Ducks dash for dough
  • Parent Traps

    A family devastated by the loss of two daughters, a son who must live up to his Viagra-overdosing father's final wish, and more.
  • Young Blood

    Ready, set, Open Studios!
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What we've been reading lately.
  • Amazing Grace

    Temple dancers twirl in Hayward


  • Dem Blues

    The left, turning right, was plain wrong to attack pop culture

Food & Drink

  • Your Karma Hit My Dogma

    Was that a Himalayan Festival, or yet another Rainbow Gathering?


  • Malo Vista Social Club

    Two gritty Cuban hip-hop acts performing this weekend didn't get here without a fight.
  • Avril Lavigne for Hipsters

    Imperial Teen fizzes on, despite lacking the pop tart fame it so richly deserves.

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