Volume 44, Issue 49


Volume 44, Issue 49

News & Culture

From Berkeley to the World Wide Web, rapper and online innovator Lil B is taking over

Willy Staley
Cover Story

Volume 44, Issue 49

News & Culture

The Labor Day launch of the fall campaign season

Tim Redmond

While Newsom's campaign collects from developers, fallout from the Planning Department's internal porn investigation raises questions

Rebecca Bowe

Suit over Lennar EIR could force changes in bridge on Yosemite Slough

Sarah Phelan

TURN is urging customers to boycott the meters

Guardian Editorial

What's going on right now with this union election is a shame

Earlene Person

Volume 44, Issue 49

Food & Drink

Delfina's not out-of-reachably expensive pizza

L.E. Leone

A Japanese (and more) hotspot that brings a burst of youthful energy and adventurous culinary experiments to Irving Street

Paul Reidinger

Volume 44, Issue 49

Arts & Culture

John Fisher's adaptation of The Picture of Dorian Gray casts bright light on murky morals

Robert Avila

The primeval power trio adds an athletic sense of conflict to shoegaze

Max Goldberg

With The Waves, Tamaryn introduces a powerful persona to the panorama of shoegaze

Johnny Ray Huston

Sleep is back, creating vast and mysterious sonic worlds-without-end

Tony Papanikolas

On and off the record with synth inventor and electronic design innovator Don Buchla

Kimberly Chun

A new doc explores the spectrum of Spector

Kimberly Chun

Mademoiselle Chambon offers a measured sense of scandal

Dennis Harvey

Big Freedia brings her butt-thundering New Orleans bounce to Oakland. Plus: Pepe Bradock, Drumcode DJs, Mixmaster Mike, and more cheeky nightlife

Marke B.
Andrea Nemerson
Arts & Culture