Issue Archive for Jan 1-7, 2003 Vol. 25, No. 12
Cinema in 2002 counterbalanced a treacherous world.
by Gregory Weinkauf | Jan 1, 2003
Oakland gets an arts district the old-fashioned way -- no grants or city funding, just elbow grease and vision.
by Melissa Hung | Jan 1, 2003
Tom Bates disappoints us, but not half as much as the sorry bunch of music mags; Dylan, though, is forever young.
| Jan 1, 2003
Fiddler Tom Rigney and his band Flambeau know when to dance -- and when not to.
by Larry Kelp | Jan 1, 2003
A new documentary shows people living the middle-class multicultural dream in an East Oakland neighborhood.
by Kelly Vance | Jan 1, 2003
Spielberg, once more, is caught up in the thrill of the chase.
by Robert Wilonsky | Jan 1, 2003
Phillip Noyce's return to his roots packs some power, though the lack of dialogue hurts.
by Jean Oppenheimer | Jan 1, 2003
The Goksover family creates a Turkish destination in Walnut Creek
by Jonathan Kauffman | Jan 1, 2003
Where are they now? Revisiting the ghosts of punk past.
by Toby Bielawski | Jan 1, 2003
A special Planet Clair pictorial report.
by Katy St. Clair | Jan 1, 2003
Good-bye, Chris, we'll miss you.
by Chris Baty | Jan 1, 2003
Light in the classical darkness, blues and jazz with a belly, Dizzy alumni, and analog pop that rides the Gravy Train.
by Stefanie Kalem | Jan 1, 2003
Career Suicide: The Skip Heller Anthology 1994-2001
by Mark Keresman | Jan 1, 2003
Legacy; Lift Every Voice
by Richard "Duck" Baker | Jan 1, 2003
The Radio Tisdas Sessions
by Sarah Bardeen | Jan 1, 2003