Volume 47, Issue 16

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Volume 47, Issue 16

News & Culture

On its 30th anniversary, SFJazz gambles on a 700-seat, $63 million concert hall and HQ. Can it re-energize a San Francisco scene?

Emily Savage
Cover Story

Volume 47, Issue 16

News & Culture

A vaunted New Age event creates ugly recriminations

Steven T. Jones

San Franciscans are in the dark about the city's plans for surveillance streetlights

Rebecca Bowe

Liked Les Miz? There's another good cry to be had looking at Jerry Brown's numbers

Tom Ammiano

Think of it as a managerial tool: the guy who runs public housing should live in it

Tim Redmond

Volume 47, Issue 16

Food & Drink

Pozole meets clay pot

L.E. Leone

Intriguing Asian hotspots Muguboka, Ramen Shop, and Roku arouse the senses

Virginia Miller

Volume 47, Issue 16

Arts & Culture

Nightlife: Honey Mahogany races, Icee Hot turns three, Eskmo, Justin Martin, Andy Stott, more parties

Marke B.

A new doc goes to hell and back

Dennis Harvey

Classics, premieres, and a 2013 Oscar nominee at the Mostly British Film Festival

Cheryl Eddy

CounterPULSE tries out some fresh moves with its Queer Series of revealing duets

Rita Felciano

The original 'Django' rides again at the Castro

Dennis Harvey

Japan blows your mind, via the family-run boutique Cotton Sheep

Caitlin Donohue
Arts & Culture

On its 30th anniversary, SFJazz gambles on a 700-seat, $63 million concert hall and HQ. Can it re-energize a San Francisco scene?

Emily Savage