Volume 46, Issue 18

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Volume 46, Issue 18

Top Stories

Moombahton mavens, doom metal masters, post-apocalyptic art wavers: 12 local music acts you need to know this year

Emily Savage
Top Stories

Volume 46, Issue 18

News & Culture

Will downtown quarantine progressives? A draft proposal from the Guardian Community Forum for new supervisorial districts

Tim Redmond

The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency is gone, but questions remain about how its authority was absorbed by the Mayor's Office

Yael Chanoff

What are the lessons from the conflicts of the latest Occupy Oakland action?

Yael Chanoff

Burning Man ticket fiasco renews criticism of SF-based Black Rock City LLC

Steven T. Jones

Small tweaks could make the city's road to sustainable power a lot less bumpy

The era of free parking in San Francisco may be over -- but the MTA has some bitter pills to swallow, too

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Hey Oakland, maybe you should just hand over the Convention Center

Tim Redmond

Volume 46, Issue 18

Food & Drink

The 49ers have fizzled; pork jowls at Halu can help

L.E. Leone

We'll probably never be able to afford to eat here again, so this review -- including Alba white truffles, suckling pig, and hints of Calvados -- will just have to do.

Virginia Miller

Volume 46, Issue 18

Arts & Culture

Le Vice: The hybrid pop foursome boasts Rick James basslines and swaggering rhymes

On the Rise: Seasoned SF musicians lay claim to chilly synth with Forever

Emily Savage

On the Rise: The doomy metal duo keeps pounding it out

Emily Savage

On the Rise: Secretive chainsaw pop favorites finally release debut full-length 'Killing Time.'

Emily Savage

On the Rise: The Mission group incorporates the sound of mopeds into its 'psychedelic grandma rock' 

Emily Savage

On the Rise: The androgynous classical virtuoso uses social media to spread his R&B-tinged pop

Emily Savage

On the Rise: Thrifted sweater-loving San Francisco duo embraces 'the polarity of life'

Emily Savage

On the Rise: East Bay rappers blow puffs of cloud-rap

Emily Savage

On the Rise: "Dismantling the mundane and mediocre thought systems that are ruling the planet."

Emily Savage

On the Rise: Our main rep for the tropical bass club sound 

Emily Savage