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Issue Archive for the Week of Jun 25-Jul 1, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Hip-Hop Vérité

    Beats and rhymes are just the starting point for a new generation of independent filmmakers.
  • The Price We Pay for Vanity

    Unsanitary spa practices may have cost Darlene Lopez a finger -- but the state does little to protect consumers like her from infection.
  • 7 Days

    The library has mucho Harry Potter (when open); Jerry's a lawyer again; Ruckus is dealing; picket on the set; and hey, more awards.
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Arts & Culture

  • How Dry I Am

    And then there was rehab: a new literary genre for the 21st century.
  • Man Oh Man

    Transgender author Patrick Califia alienates readers right and left.
  • Behind the Lines

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • Anatomy of a Legend

    Stagolee Shot Billy as black mythology.
  • Fist Fest

    A martial arts celebration
  • Short Takes on New Works

    Express Reviews
  • Punch Break

    Mr Miyagi, call home
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What we've been reading lately.
  • Human Scale

    Circus Chimera's "Moon Dreams"
  • Wood Should

    Artists honor a fallen tree
  • Now Batting

    Die Fledermaus plays outdoors


  • Family Portrait

    Andrew Jarecki captured the Friedmans, perhaps to free them

Food & Drink


  • Would-Be Ladies' Man

    Cali hip-hop legend MURS is better on the mic than he is with female journalists.
  • All Aboard the Wagon

    Evan Dando is back from rock star excess hell. Don't expect apologies or explanations.
  • Cacophony, and Then Silence

    At the wake for bassist Matthew Sperry, fellow musicians evoke his experimental spirit.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of June 25-July 1, 2003

    A show for lovers at the Paramount, a Van Van band, a second-generation Morrison, and rock for earnest weenies, among other things.
  • The Mars Volta

    De-Loused in the Comatorium

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