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Issue Archive for the Week of Jul 16-22, 2003

News & Opinion

  • The Secret of the Santa Maria

    A sunken Spanish galleon lured Margaret Brandeis to Ecuador, but the biggest surprise wasn't included on her treasure map.
  • Tales from the Crypt of Politics

    Elihu Harris' promising career choked on chicken bones and something Green, but he's risen again for a formidable challenge: saving Peralta.
  • Saintly Sister Among the Sinners

    By siding with the victims of priestly abuse, Oakland nun Barbara Flannery has gained a reputation as a maverick.
  • 7 Days

    Hollywood out, hockey in? Symphony covets UC Theatre; Riders & followers; and Jerry takes a post-Bobb sojourn.

Arts & Culture

  • Arms and the Sarong

    Shaw sparkles at CalShakes, South Pacific saunters at Willows.

  • Brute Folk

    Animal Collective builds a chaotic, 'New Yorky' sound.
  • This Way Out

    Jim Morrison is still dead -- but his old band is pretty good, in spite of everything.
  • Eeee-arrghhh!

    The Monster Accordions strike back
  • Ex-Terra

    Calling all Sport Utility Persons
  • Nature Ed.

    Lifeschool's great outdoors
  • Chicks Awry

    Extra spice at Oakland Art Gallery
  • One Word

    The poetic next step at La Peña


Food & Drink

  • Kernel Sanders

    If you wanna know your masa, go see the tortilla makers.


  • Exile in Whinerville

    The hostility flung at Liz Phair's new record is senseless, sexist, and abominably stupid.
  • Eli's Inspection Blues

    Shut down again by the county, the Mile High Club's challenge is to renovate without renovating history.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of July 16-22, 2003

    A shallow band that runs deep, an English version of Faust, an uncle who's true to his twangy roots, and a B-3 master, among other acts.

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