May 08, 2002


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• cover feature

 

True glitter
David Weissman and Bill Weber uncover a sparkling treasure.
By Johnny Ray Huston

Party time
The Cockettes – stoned, outrageous, and dressed to kill – understood the importance of having fun.
By J.H. Tompkins

The Cockettes: what, where, when

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In this issue
By Tim Redmond

talkback...
Not physical therapy

Opinion
Cattle conglomerates
By ralph nader

Editorial
Saving city land

Editorial
Yee's class warfare

Hall Monitor

Alerts
Japantown development
By camille t. taiara

Good-bye, news racks
Despite concerns, supervisors approve Clear Channel deal
By Tali Woodward

Clerical censors
S.F.'s Catholic newspaper buried the priest sex scandal
By A.C. Thompson

Community voltage
Activists push city hall on energy policy
By Rachel Brahinsky

This land is your land
Can San Francisco save surplus property for affordable housing?
By Cassi Feldman

Obscene feminists
Why women are leading the battle against censorship.
By Annalee Newitz

Life during Wartime

 

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White collared

Time Out's tale of existential dread takes the starch out of the executive career.
By David Fear

Sound effects
Seeing – and hearing – is believing with Christian Marclay's latest installation.
By Glen Helfand

Ground zero
Fred Frith's amazing explorations of texture, sound, and style lift off from the blue-collar world of rock.
By Derk Richardson

Mixed 'Medea'
The Shotgun Players stage Euripides at the UC Theatre.
By Brad Rosenstein

'Web-Slinging and Wall-Crawling: The Art of Spider-Man'
Through July 21, Cartoon Art Museum

Mary Armentrout Dance Theater
The Lab, May 10-18

'The Triumph of Love'
Sweet emotion

'Maelström'
Hooked on a feeling

Grooves
Zero hour

2nd time around
Primus
Suck on This (Prawn Song)

Script Doctor
Zero hour

Frequencies
Mexican dictionary

By Josh Kun

The Mix

 

• culture

 

alt.sex.column
Tie one on
By Andrea Nemerson

techsploitation
Biohazards
By Annalee Newitz

culture shocked
Shipwrecked?
By katharine mieszkowski

Dine
Greece is the word
By Paul Reidinger

Without Reservations
Big

By Paul Reidinger

Cheap Eats
Brothers should eat it

By Dan Leone

Moon Signs
By Sally Cragin

The Blender

 


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from Barbie to Botox
By Norman Solomon, 05.08.02

In the Public Interest
Taking on corporate government in an age of surrender.
Goals for a better America and stronger democratic tools.

By Ralph Nader,
04.24.02

Focus on the Corporation
Antibribery law takes a hit.

By Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman, 05.01.02

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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Following up on public power

The shame of Hearst
Editor's Note
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Picture this
Miriam Wolf describes a passel of new photo books, comic collections, and coffee-table books are as easy to give as they are on the eyes. PLUS: Middle-earth in the balance, Land of the free ... agent, and more in December Lit.

Anniversary Issue
The case for MUD: A public power agency could cut electric rates by 20 percent – and still make millions of dollars.