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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 17-23, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Berkeley's Hysterical Landmarks

    Brought to you by the city's preservationists, who'll do anything to stop a bulldozer.
  • Something for Nothing

    Imprisoned scam artist John Patrick Hay writes of his crimes.
  • Feeling Mary

    But did Ted have feelings?; Politicians, swine: same difference; scavenging Tom Bates' junk mail; Chong, Wicked bongs, and bureaucrats.
  • Low Prices, Blighted Suburbs

    Contra Costa County wants to ban Wal-Mart's biggest store. The future of retailing and a new kind of poverty are at stake.

Arts & Culture

  • True Confessions

    Singer Beth Robinson tells all at the Freight.
  • Weather Girl

    Kris Delmhorst brings her folk complex to Berkeley.
  • Long 'n' Short

    My, how you've grown
  • Animal House

    The American Pet Expo -- not so fur away
  • Crunch at the Col

    Do or Dye for A's
  • ¡Gran Fiesta!

    Latino hoopla in San Pablo
  • War Dance

    Stravinsky ballet premieres in WC


Food & Drink

  • Gourmet Ghetto West

    Civic boosters take stock and discover, by golly, Berkeley is an ethnic foods mecca.


  • Sweet's Relief?

    Art Deco Lindy Hop shop moves back toward Broadway.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of September 17-23, 2003

    A quartet of wiseguys from DC, Radiohead on classical piano, a fund-raiser to help move the Freight, and a singer who cured her stage fright with a Ph.D. Go see for yourself.
  • Television

    Marquee Moon


  • Various

    Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: A Musical Journey

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