Volume 45, Issue 26


Volume 45, Issue 26

News & Culture

Following the trial of the confessed killer of the Oakland journalist

The real issue in the Housing Element isn't density — it's affordability

Tim Redmond

Under Mayors Willie Brown and Gavin Newsom, the city used its flush pension fund as a way to avoid tough decisions on employee pay

Guardian Editorial

"In the next 12 months, pension costs are projected to increase by nearly $100 million more than last year."

Jeff Adachi

As a massive residential project moves forward, tenants turn a wary eye toward Wall Street landlords

Rebecca Bowe

City reaches multimillion deal with Lembi family, SF's most notorious landlord

Sarah Phelan

Who really benefits from the Twitter tax-cut deal?

Steven T. Jones

Volume 45, Issue 26

Food & Drink

Virginia Miller
Food & Drink

Look out she's back -- and she's Rockin' Crawfish

L.E. Leone

Serving artful plates in an environment that encourages diners to loosen the tie

Paul Reidinger

Rancho Parnassus struggles to stay afloat on Sixth Street

Hannah Tepper
Food & Drink

Volume 45, Issue 26

Arts & Culture

Urban crafting weaves "women's work" into protest

Caitlin Donohue
Arts & Culture
Andrea Nemerson
Arts & Culture

SF Cinematheque pays tribute to a Beat legend

Max Goldberg

Former SF resident Will Yackulic explores painting in a new show at Gregory Lind, while Camilla Newhagen sculpts fabric at Jack Fischer

Matt Sussman

The Dodos take time in the studio and collaborate with Neko Case on No Color

Jen Verzosa

Kurt Vile and Cass McCombs stare down America

Johnny Ray Huston

PETS ISSUE: Need a buddy? Adopt, foster, or volunteer with the pet of your dreams

Tim Redmond, Caitlin Donohue, Hannah Tepper
Arts & Culture

PETS ISSUE: How to avoid a case of cat-bite fever

Sarah Phelan
Arts & Culture

PETS ISSUE: SF's most unusual pet owners share their parenting tips

Emily Appelbaum
Arts & Culture

PETS ISSUE: Pawesome.net fetches the goods for pet freaks

Marke B.
Arts & Culture