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Issue Archive for the Week of Oct 8-14, 2003

News & Opinion

  • Class-Action Warrior

    Larry Schonbrun robs from rich trial lawyers and gives to poor consumers. But he's doing okay, too.
  • Blood & Money: Endgame

    Even in his death, Yusuf Bey is lionized as an elder statesman rather than branded as a thug. Meanwhile, his victims reflect.
  • Full Monty Crimes

    The evidence: a body, GBX boots, and six artificial zebra-skin hats; Riders retrial? Don't bet on it. When cops go bad, the bad go free.
  • Letters for the week of October 8-14, 2003

    Enough whining about Wal-Mart. Go open your own rock venue. Thank goodness for Berkeley's restraint. Finally, an interesting Express story.

Arts & Culture

  • Mariachi in the Mansion

    Oakland's Dunsmuir House hosts its first mariachi festival.
  • Rhodes to Ruin

    Prepared improv at the Oakland Box.
  • The Four Bs

    Bang-up on Hegenberger
  • Bears Bear Down

    Men's soccer poised for move up
  • Rap Roots

    Before there was Eminem ...
  • Trading Gazes

    A different kind of salon
  • Pure Classic

    A week of Russian gems


Food & Drink

  • What Johnny Pushed

    'Tis the season to remind us what good apples should taste like.


  • The Real Shock Rock

    From Fremont to New Hampshire, historical minstrelsy is reemerging. Should it?
  • Jazz Should Be Complicated

    Jazz upstart Brad Mehldau isn't Bill Evans or Harry Connick or a candy-ass. Dig it.
  • Rorschach Feedback: 'You Hack'

    Mr. Yorke responds, wethinks. But c'mon, Thom, whaddaya make of the kids' Radiohead interpretations?
  • Critic's Choice for the week of October 8-14, 2003

    A soulful cat returns to the bag, a polka punk visits from Los Angeles, rabble rockers bash Bush, and a couple of couples sing in opposite directions. Check it out.
  • Lyrics Born

    Later That Day
  • Yukmouth


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