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Issue Archive for the Week of Aug 27-Sep 2, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Don't Mess with the Baby Jesus

    How the removal of a Christ child from outside a Walnut Creek retirement haven spawned a movement and split a community.
  • The Coleman Chronicles

    Wagering on a Coleman victory; the debate you really wanted to watch; and Gary owns the media.
  • Cain Is Able

    The recall's ubiquitous experts; Davis appointment doesn't hold grudges, he holds fund-raisers; Jello: Gary Coleman, über alles.

Arts & Culture

  • Yo, Sco!

    Jazz-rock jam session king comes to Yoshi's.
  • Ink Big

    As graphic novels gain momentum, cartoons grow up.
  • Shooting Stars

    She clicked her way through a rock 'n' roll revolution.
  • Inkorrect

    Crude art at the Tattoo Archive.
  • Lupine Strum

    Rough 'n' snuggle at Blake's
  • On the Same Page

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • Express Reviews

    The ink's not even dry on these books yet.
  • The Season After

    Cal football on the upswing
  • Golden Brown

    Folky lessons in Fremont
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What you're buying this month.
  • Lagniappe

    Extra spice at Eagles
  • Revel-ution

    Get down for the rise-up


  • Grand Ambitions

    Hotshot new programmer puts Renaissance Rialto in East Bay rep driver's seat.
  • See Dick, and Tom, Run

    In comedy--and comebacks--it's all about the timing

Food & Drink

  • Sowing Sadness

    An evening program on sustainable agriculture yields heartbreak, and faint hope.


  • 2 Filthy, 2 Furious

    The Sex Pistols have re-formed (again), and Johnny Rotten is spewing pure vitriol (still).
  • Smells Like Teen Ambition

    Oakland's iMusicast wants to be all rock 'n' roll things to all rock 'n' roll young'uns.
  • Drive Off

    The Bay's easy-listenin' outpost goes country. Yee-haw!
  • Superchunk

    Cup of Sand
  • Ranking Joe

    Zion High
  • Wayne Hancock

    Swing Time

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