Volume 45, Issue 46


Volume 45, Issue 46

News & Culture

Local coffee houses bypass Fair Trade, working directly with growers to get them more money

Oona Robertson

Mayor's race gets interesting as barbs fly

Rebecca Bowe

The BART board has proven itself unable to properly monitor and oversee its law-enforcement operations

Guardian Editorial

If anything, several strong Asian candidates in the race for mayor help each other.

Tim Redmond

Prop. F has some serious problems, incvluding allowing the Ethics Comnission to change law at will

Guest Opinion

Environmental cost of growing indoors is luring the marijuana industry back into the sunshine

Steven T. Jones

Volume 45, Issue 46

Food & Drink

Through the cornfield and off to Clement Street Bar and Grill

L.E. Leone

Pizza maestro Antonio Mangieri has created a pizzeria in his own hip, forward-thinking image

Paul Reidinger

Volume 45, Issue 46

Arts & Culture

One Day's Lone Scherfig directs an uncommon rom-com

Kimberly Chun

Griff the Invisible's less-than-super heroics

Dennis Harvey

A father comes to terms with his son's sexuality in Gun Hill Road

Ryan Lattanzio

Dadaist hybrids breathe remarkable new life in Berkeley Art Museum's "Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage"

Matt Sussman

Witch house — or whatever you care to call it — is far from dead

Emily Savage

Wooden Shjips cultivates California mythology on its new album

Kimberly Chun

Reviving Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson's Four Saints in Three Acts

Robert Avila

Talking to video purveyor Modcinema about bringing rareties -- hippie boondoggles and all -- back to the screen

Dennis Harvey

Our new Herbwise column tells you what to smoke (and eat) for this year's SF Street Food Festival

Caitlin Donohue
Arts & Culture