June 19, 2002


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The Guardian is moving!

Paper dolls - A photo essay!
Daytime styles of the nightlife set.
Photos and text by Lori Spears

Cheap clubbing
How to slip in the door without being a club whore.
By Karen Solomon

Fabulosity 101
DIY femme drag for nights on the town. .
By Alissa Chadburn

A horrible night out
Planning for the worst can yield the best results.
By Amanda Nowinski

Bars for introverts
Hot S.F. spots where you can do more than drink and talk.
By Jenny Bitner

I can't believe it's not the Mission!
The Tenderloin is packed with great new (and old) nightlife haunts.
By Charles Anders

Totally futuristic
New-wave styles hit the clubs.
By Deborah Giattina

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• news




In this issue

By Tim Redmond

talkback...
TARC's record

Opinion
Escaping the ice age
by matt gonzalez

Editorial
Real public power

Editorial
Mystery death in custody

Hall Monitor

First, the bad news...

Alerts
Mission planning

Getting careless
Research doesn't support Newsom's Care not Cash initiative
By Cassi Feldman

Paper chase
Independent's lock on city advertising scrutinized as supes question circulation, labor problems
By Tali Woodward and Julian Foley

Public power lite
Evidence in a new study shows that a takeover of PG&E would save San Franciscans lots of money. So why does Sup. Tom Ammiano's public power plan stop short of that?
By Rachel Brahinsky

The Beck report:
Kick out PG&E, save the city money

Power alerts

Life during Wartime

 

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Destiny's child
The ties that bind a family in Sam Shepard's seal its fate.
By J.H. Tompkins

Hit and myth
Well-told Inuit story runs away from the summer pack.
By David Fear

Light 'Cloud'
Berkeley Rep skims the surface of Caryl Churchill's satire.
By Brad Rosenstein

Marathon dance
The S.F. Ethnic Dance Fest opens strong.
By Rita Felciano

New Orleans by the Bay Food and Music Festival
Sat/22-Sun/23, Shoreline Amphitheatre

'A Short History of Decay'
Through July 21, Aquarius Records

'i feel love'
Intersection for the Arts, June 24-July 15


'The Fountain of Youth'
Fine Arts Cinema, Thurs/20-Tues/25

'Lilo and Stitch'
Two worlds collide


Correct techniques
Blues people

Grooves

Last Exit
Adventureland

Local Live
High on Fire
June 6, Justice League

Local Grooves
I.S.S.
Forget about the Girl (Mimicry)

Liner notes
Cover story

2nd time around
The Byrds
The Byrds Play Dylan (Columbia/Legacy)

Script Doctor
Love and hisses

Frequencies
Tongue ties

By Josh Kun

Electric Habitat
Hex sex
By Amanda Nowinski

Tiger on beat
Sleazy and wild

By Patrick Macias

Bass Head
By Amanda Nowinski

The Mix

 

• culture



alt.sex.column
Sisyphus rocks
By Andrea Nemerson

techsploitation
A new hope
By Annalee Newitz

culture shocked
Orange juice
By katharine mieszkowski

Dine
The little legumes that could
By Paul Reidinger

Without Reservations
Chavi

By Paul Reidinger

Cheap Eats
Déjà vu all over again

By Dan Leone

Moon Signs
By Sally Cragin

The Blender

 


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