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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 24-30, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Children of Om

    How one family grapples with the painful legacy of an abusive cult.
  • Bowling for the Bottom Line

    As the Berkeley Bowl battles union organizers, owner Glen Yasuda faces a harder task: Making sure the store survives his retirement.
  • The Coleman Chronicles

    Only suckers donate to Arnold Drummond; game-show follies; and our one chance to get bin Laden
  • Loop the Loophole

    Prop. 34? What Prop. 34?; Feeble Playboy-Pampering Commission; Strange but true reader tales; and free speech's final resting place.

Arts & Culture

  • Girls, Uninterrupted

    Looking for the next The Lovely Bones.
  • It's an Arabic World

    A multiplicity of pilgrimages at Cinemayaat, the Arab Film Festival.
  • Dear Dire Eye

    Winfred E. Eye's darkness unfolds further on new CD.
  • What the Maiden Saw

    Julie Orringer's celebrated debut trolls the brink between childhood and adulthood.
  • In Spite Of

    Quique Cruz defies trauma
  • Page Me

    This month's East Bay book news.
  • The Real Enron Scandal

    Forget energy deregulation; the scandal here was financial.
  • Ale 'n' Quail

    If it's good enough for Sammy ...
  • Why Is There a Bay?

    Come to Lawrence Hall of Science and find out
  • Express Reviews

    New books hot off the presses.
  • Exotica?

    No, says Oakland fotog
  • East Bay Best-Sellers

    What you're buying this month.
  • Grill Talk

    Way, way Off Broadway


  • Pope-Buster

    Luther offers a date with history, and the man who took on the Catholic Church.
  • The Reel Who

    Twenty-five years later, a filmmaker comes to grips with his Kids

Food & Drink


  • Beyond Polka

    The East Bay has a great accordion scene. You'd love it. Best of all, no lederhosen required.
  • The Last Temptation of Cash

    No one will ever approach Johnny Cash's greatness again -- everyone's scared to.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of September 24-30, 2003

    The "former president" of funk, a rapping accordion player, an off-center folkster, and a love triangle in a garage, among other acts.
  • Holly Golightly

    Truly She Is None Other
  • Aesop Rock

    Bazooka Tooth
  • Quasi

    Hot Shit

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