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Endorsements
Complete Endorsements for the March 5th Primary
Harry Britt & Dan Kelly for Assembly - Jeff Adachi for Public Defender - Wilson Riles Jr. for Oakland Mayor - YES ON A- NO ON F

Who's endorsing whom
Our complete guide to local endorsements in the San Francisco races.

In this issue
By Tim Redmond

First, the Bad News
By Tali Woodward

Campaign Notebook
By Savannah Blackwell

Election desk
By Savannah Blackwell

Herrera's hint of sunshine

Don Hazen's sleaze

Attacking the treatment
Right-wingers are attacking S.F.'s HIV-prevention programs. Do their criticisms have any merit?
By
Tali Woodward

The predatory chain
Bay Guardian challenges SF Weekly's anticompetitive business practices
By
Tim Redmond

A lot of problems
Hastings College plans monster garage
By
Cassi Feldman

Space to grow
In the wake of the dot-bust, new art and performance venues are opening up in the Bay Area.
By
Annalee Newitz

Takin' it to the street
Tenant organizer can't stop her own eviction.
By
Cassi Feldman

Getting the max from the minimum
The drive for a minimum-wage hike should put poor people's needs first, advocates say
By
Rachel Brahinsky

Following up on public power

Opinion
Anti-pot terrorism
By bruce mirken


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School girl bye bye
Akihiko Shiota releases a Harmful Insect.
By Johnny Ray Huston

Coming home
Daughter from Danang revisits war wounds.
By Susan Gerhard

'Tomorrow' comes today
Better Luck Tomorrow signals a new future for Asian American cinema.
By Oliver Wang

Long story short
Notes on the S.F. International Asian American Film Festival's 2002 programs

'Scratch'

'Monsoon Wedding'

Script Doctor

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Through April 21

'Women in Performance' & 'Jitney'

Blood story
'Mission Indians' is uncompromising and uneven.
By Brad Rosenstein

Breaking old habits
True Intent find new ground for break beats.
By Amanda Nowinski

Juan Atkins
By Amanda Nowinski

Grooves

Local Grooves

Local Live

2nd time Around

Full Circle

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Hair today
By Andrea Nemerson

culture shocked
Loving self-loathing
By Katharine Mieszkowski

The Nessie Files
The strange case of Atabrine
By nessie

Dine
Duck soup
By Paul Reidinger

Without Reservations
The dessert matrix
By Paul Reidinger

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By Dan Leone

This Modern World
By Tom Tomorrow

Moon Signs
By Sally Cragin

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