Volume 44, Issue 13

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Volume 44, Issue 13

News & Culture

Was 2009 the year movie theaters died?

Cheryl Eddy
Cover Story

Volume 44, Issue 13

Top Stories

Renters left hanging as city convenes for holidays and Newsom heads for Hawaii

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories

Two commissions reject logic and common sense to promote Newsom's stadium agenda

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories

Volume 44, Issue 13

News & Culture

The fight over the public option in the health care bill wasn't just about containing costs

Tim Redmond

The budget deficit for next year is more than $400 million, and the blood on the floor by the time that's resolved will make this round look easy

Editorial

Nobody's marching in front of the headquarters of the handful of big companies that have destroyed the health care system in America

Tim Redmond

The budget deficit for next year is more than $400 million, and the blood on the floor by the time that's resolved will make this round look easy

Editorial

Volume 44, Issue 13

Food & Drink

L.E. Leone
Paul Reidinger

A brief guide to New Year's late-morning-and-early-afternoon gluttony

Caitlin Donohue

Volume 44, Issue 13

Arts & Culture

An alphabetical compendium of the sweetest New Years Eve hangover-makers. Party, y'all.

Marke B.

YEAR IN FILM: Harrelson marks a banner year in a banner career

Dennis Harvey

YEAR IN FILM: The year hyperreal cinema of the combat zone replaced pedestrian politicking

Erik Morse

YEAR IN FILM: Stash the ice princesses and bring on the romantic goofballs

Michelle Devereaux

YEAR IN FILM: Paying tribute to the films that paid closest attention

Max Goldberg

YEAR IN FILM: To die like a decade, to live like a brother or friend

Johnny Ray Huston

YEAR IN FILM: Seen Saw -- horror rode the remake-go-round in 2009

Matt Sussman

Was 2009 the year movie theaters died?

Cheryl Eddy

Rock in 2010 with Brett Dennen, Morning Benders, Devin the Dude, and more live cork-poppers

Kimberly Chun