Volume 44, Issue 11


Volume 44, Issue 11

Top Stories

Corporate conference conveys concern, but activists decry the exploitation of dwindling fresh water supplies

Rebecca Bowe
Top Stories

A raging battle over who should shoulder the overhaul of old, dirty trucks

Melanie Ruiz
Top Stories

Can we spend our way to a better world, or is consumerism the problem?

Sarah Morrison
Top Stories

Volume 44, Issue 11

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

A holdover from a discredited administration is still running the Justice Department in one of the most liberal parts of the United States

Guardian Editorial

Democratic voters in the country are less likely to go to the polls and support their party's candidates in 2010 if Pelosi, Obama, and Co. can't deliver a public option for health insurance

Tim Redmond

The real impetus behind the top-two open primary measure comes from Gov. Schwarzenegger, who has been pushing this idea since 2004.

Richard Winger

Get informed, stay involved

Paula Connelly

Volume 44, Issue 11

Food & Drink

Weirdo the Cat's demise, Top Dog inside Long's Drugs

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Turning out lovely, California-inflected versions of Italian classics in Noe Valley

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Volume 44, Issue 11

Arts & Culture

DECADE IN MUSIC: 10 years on the Bay Area dance floor -- and still looking fantastic!

Marke B.

DECADE IN MUSIC: The end of this decade sings a love song to the end of a decade past

Johnny Ray Huston

DECADE IN MUSIC: Pop went meta, exposing its gaga machinery

Louis Peitzman

DECADE IN MUSIC: Out of the rap-rock toilet and into the fire — the decade in metal

Ben Richardson

DECADE IN MUSIC: A hyped-up digital decade stung by its own long tail

Mosi Reeves

DECADE IN MUSIC: From mob to hyphy to crack -- the decade in Bay Area rap

Garrett Caples

DECADE IN MUSIC: A tawdry, tuneful timeline of the last decade

Cheryl Eddy

DECADE IN MUSIC: Meet me at MySpace with your iPod and we'll dance

Kimberly Chun

Pedro Almodóvar turns himself inside out with Broken Embraces

Erik Morse

From hyphy hijinks and electro bangers to Miley's backside and Britney's skull, our critics take on the musical mashup that was the '00s