May 01, 2002


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Soldiers of fortune
Civilian employees of Dick Cheney's former company are carrying out military missions around the world – for profit
By Pratap Chatterjee

Force Provider: The base-in-a-box

Last week's issue

• news



In this issue
By Tim Redmond

talkback...
Give Sandoval a break

Opinion
Beyond HOPE
By tom wetzel

Editorial
The next Prop. F

Editorial
Release the airport studies

Editorial
A better cable deal

Hall Monitor

Alerts
Labor struggles abroad
By camille t. taiara

News-rack law again delayed
Supervisors look for ways to void deal with media giant Clear Channel
By Tali Woodward

SFO's secret runways
Why can't the public see key environmental reports on the airport's expansion plans?
By Rachel Brahinsky

Disobedient machines
Despite politicians' hopes, technology can't enforce public policy.
By Annalee Newitz

Life during Wartime

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Dog days

Stacy Peralta excavates skate history.
By A.C. Thompson

Correct Techniques
Spaced out
By Mosi Reeves

The borderline
Sutekh– a troublemaker like his namesake – explores the outer limits of techno.
By Mosi Reeves

The devil's work
Ozzy Osbourne, the singer formerly known as the Prince of Darkness, is like a dad or something on MTV's hilarious.
By J.H. Tompkins

Ozz: The man and the myth

Where's the party at?
Electro-punk hits the dance floor.
By Amanda Nowinski

KINO-EAR
Star fucking

Cold cuts
The Piano Teacher's cruel lessons.

By Johnny Ray Huston

Plastic fantastic
Judith Helfand's HBO documentary Blue Vinyl

Homebody/Kabul
Kushner's can't top an astounding beginning.
By Brad Rosenstein

Bare necessity
Dandelion Dancetheater gets undressed.

By Sima Belmar

Jello Biafra
Thurs/2, Great American Music Hall

'Supermartket'
Through May 31, Gallery 16

The Mix

 

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alt.sex.column
Blackout
By Andrea Nemerson

techsploitation
Fascists
By Annalee Newitz

Dine
Hello, Dalí!
By Paul Reidinger

Without Reservations
Let's Tango

By Paul Reidinger

Cheap Eats
Word is out

By Dan Leone

Moon Signs
By Sally Cragin

The Blender

 


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In the Public Interest
Taking on corporate government in an age of surrender.
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Focus on the Corporation
Antibribery law takes a hit.

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SCA 7: The Open Government Sunshine Amendment
SCA 7 is legislation that would place a Constitutional Amendment on the ballot to allow voters to strengthen the public's right of access to government deliberations and records. SCA 7 would have to pass both the Senate and Assembly by a two-thirds majority before being placed on the ballot. A majority of voters would then have to approve the addition to the state constitution.
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