May 15, 2002


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Tiger on beat
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Without Reservations
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Check Out Nude Beaches Guide 2002

Getting hot in a cold city
2002 Summer Guide


Ride the rocks
Adventure sports for jaded times.
By Joshua Davis

Alight in August?
If smoke gets in your eyes, it's because you're grilling – and all's right with the world.
By Paul Reidinger

Summer lovin'
Our annual guide to fairs, festivals, and outdoor fun.
By Beth Hillman

A day at the races
Pari-mutuel fun in the summertime sun.
By John Marr

Bikram yoga
The hottest exercise on the planet.
By Emily Landes

Go for a dip
Make a splash at Bay Area public pools.
By Amanda Scotese

Last week's issue

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In this issue
By Tim Redmond

talkback...
Fazio sees the light

Opinion
Saving district elections
By Eileen Hansen

Editorial
The cable-contract stakes

Editorial
The FBI in City Hall (again)

Editorial
Fighting state secrecy

Hall Monitor

First, the bad news...

Alerts
Civil disobedience how-to

Assessing the raid
City Hall observers speculate assessor investigation is about more than alleged campaign violations
By Rachel Brahinsky

Saving Sophie
One man's struggle to keep his pet could help safeguard others
By Cassi Feldman

Poor reception
Critics take aim at cable merger
By Daniel Zoll

Bay Guardian wins two top honors

Life during Wartime

 

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Foto-graphy

James Fotopoulos develops a grim midwestern vision.
By Johnny Ray Huston

Skin, deep
A Nick Drake documentary leaves behind beguiling questions as it evokes the mystery behind the musician.
By Dennis Harvey

Clone rangers
With a dazzling digital Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones, the Lucas empire finally strikes back.
By Patrick Macias

In a heartbeat
Robert Alexander offers the stirring new Will He Bop? Will He Drop?
By Brad Rosenstein

Boxed in
Scott Wells's knockout potential remains untapped.
By Rita Felciano

Cristina Legato Orr and Damian Fagan
Through June 16, Paxton Gate

Lea Wolf and Stephen Pelton Dance Theater
May 16-18, ODC Theater

'Born to Be Bad: Trash Cinema of the 60s and 70s'
May 17-19, New PFA Theater

Grooves
Cee-Lo

Local Live
Coachwhips

Local Grooves
Oxbow

Liner notes
As bad as it gets

2nd time around

Script Doctor
DIY DocFest

Frequencies
Mexican dictionary

By Josh Kun

Electric Habitat
Post-tired
By Amanda Nowinski

Tiger on beat
quish this

By Patrick Macias

'In July'
On the road again


Bass Head

The Mix

 

• culture

 

alt.sex.column
Doggone!
By Andrea Nemerson

techsploitation
Digital murder
By Annalee Newitz

culture shocked
Shipwrecked?
By katharine mieszkowski

Dine
A tale of two SoMas
By Paul Reidinger

Without Reservations
The brunch bell tolls

By Paul Reidinger

Cheap Eats
The brunch bell tolls

By Dan Leone

Moon Signs
By Sally Cragin

The Blender

 


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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.