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Issue Archive for the Week of Oct 1-7, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Trees, Views, and the 'Other 9/11'

    Warring hillside neighbors have El Cerrito up in arms. You know, one of those "Not in Your Backyard" things.
  • Ear for Trouble

    Oakland gives an unstable artist five grand and lives to regret it; Butt, really? Councilman says nemesis is good enough for Richmond Fire Department.
  • Letters for the week of October 1-7, 2003

    Good luck at the polls Tuesday. Good workplaces have contracts. Good stocks are always risky. Good story at last; please repeat.

Arts & Culture

  • Neo-Soul Sista

    Singer Maya Azucena is making all the right moves.
  • In Like Flynt

    Mr. Smut goes to Berkeley.
  • Look Up

    The moon, the lake, and you
  • Solano Roll

    Tighten your Greenbelt
  • Good Seed

    New use for kid-grime?
  • Chalkboard Jungle

    Bop-a-punk at 21 Grand
  • Hear the Eco

    Dance? At Yoshi's?


Food & Drink

  • When Meals Go Bad

    If you've had a terrible restaurant experience, you're far from powerless.
  • The Caffé Critic

    When it comes to espresso, Richard Reynolds is the man who knew too much. Pity he doesn't own a cafe.


  • Rebirth of the Blues

    Martin Scorsese's PBS series has pushed the blues back into the spotlight. Can it stay there?
  • Now Do the Chicken Dance

    Veteran special-events DJ Jeff Oliver takes your fun very seriously.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of October 1-7, 2003

    Prolific horns in Oakland, a Woody tribute in Berkeley, beats by the bay, and bluegrass on the green grass of Golden Gate Park. Read all about it.
  • Paris

    Sonic Jihad
  • Sunspot Jonz

    Don't Let 'Em Stop You
  • Spiritualized

    Amazing Grace
  • Outkast

    Speakerboxxx/The Love Below

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