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

News & Opinion

  • Jerry's Kids

    Jerry Brown's military institute has a lot of problems. The same sort of problems that always seem to follow the mayor around.
  • From Canada, with Drugs

    A San Leandro storefront helps people get affordable prescription treatments, and Big Pharma would like very much to squash it.
  • 7 Days

    Oakland library windfall goes to the affluent; it's 8 p.m., do you know what Richmond is reading?; and good news for racial loan-shark victims.
  • Letters for the week of June 23-29, 2003

    Camping isn't a cult leader; vets aren't to blame; you don't know shit about experimental music; and Chris Thompson is an elitist.

Arts & Culture

  • Surviving the Game

    Goldie the Poet's new film premieres at the Parkway.
  • Write the Rails

    The educated hobo still survives: Meet Eddy Joe Cotton.
  • Frenzied

    Artsy in the outdoors
  • Monarchy

    WNBA hoops it up
  • Cat Tales

    A magical summer afternoon
  • Strait Time

    Blues on the waterfront
  • Short, Sweet

    The one-acts are back


  • Flexing Their Plexes

    Century opens in Walnut Creek; movies 'n' antiques in Alameda.

Food & Drink

  • Flavors of the Month

    Top East Bay chefs reveal their hottest new ingredients.


  • Get Laid, Get Huge

    Why the synth-popping Lovemakers stopped whining and started fornicating.
  • The Drama Never Stops

    Fleetwood Mac remains a troubled, resilient love affair.
  • A Punk Outta Water

    Gilman Street's main man braces himself and accepts our free ticket to commercial teenybopper heaven.
  • Outsider Rock for Christ

    Imagine the Shaggs reinvented as devout Jesus freaks. Yes, the New Creation's time has come.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of July 23-29, 2003

    A punk-iversary, cynical pop, hot West Coast indie hip-hop, "chromodal" jazz, and eccentric electronica, among other acts.
  • Dudley Perkins

    A Lil' Light
  • Steve Turner

    Searching for Melody
  • The Clientele

    The Violet Hour

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