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The last picture show
The Roxie's imminent eviction leaves the San Francisco film world reeling.

By Susan Gerhard

Roxie in rewind
By Johnny Ray Huston

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In this issue
By Chuck Stephens

First, the Bad News
By Tali Woodward

Hall Monitor
By Savannah Blackwell

Life during Wartime

Inside job
Sam Davis allegedly embezzled $420,000 from an S.F. welfare program that begged to be ripped off.
By A.C. Thompson

Water battle
SFPUC head attempts to replace embattled Bechtel with another private firm .
By
Savannah Blackwell

Sunshine panel exonerates Elections Commission
In a vote that could help rebuild credibility for the newly formed Elections Commission, the Sunshine Ordinance Task Force voted at a March 26 hearing to overturn charges that commissioners violated open-government rules.
By
Rachel Brahinsky

Kidney punch
S.F. General is bracing for another round of service cuts – and patients who rely on the dialysis clinic may be the first victims.
By
Tali Woodward

Another SFPUC scam

Feinstein's rip-off

Find the money

The real Presidio battle

No new Potrero plant

Opinion
Give teachers a say
By dick meister


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Live dread
Reggae's changed, but long-gone Earl Zero – onetime ruler of the local scene – has a new album in a classic style.
By J.H. Tompkins

Godard's grandkids
On 's penetrations and revolutions.
By David Fear

Off and On
Imperial Teen were famous and then they weren't. They're back again, with a new album and an indie label.
By Jimmy Draper

Slow burn
By Amanda Nowinski

Magic is reality
By Amanda Nowinski

Correct Techniques
By Mosi Reeves

Who's that girl?

San Francisco Ballet 'Casual Fridays'

Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop
By Amanda Nowinski

'Big Trouble'
By David Fear

'The Last Waltz'

'Web-Pop'

liner notes
By Lynn Rapoport

last exit
By Derk Richardson

Electric Habitat
By Amanda Nowinski

Script Doctor

Grooves

Local Grooves

Local Live

Bass Head

2nd time Around

Full Circle

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Plastic man
By Andrea Nemerson

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Colonialists
By Katharine Mieszkowski

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The strange case of Atabrine
By nessie

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Po'boy meets world
By Paul Reidinger

Without Reservations
Noun of the above

By Paul Reidinger

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Mr. Pignoli

By Dan Leone

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