Volume 41, Issue 49

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Volume 41, Issue 49

Top Stories

The story behind a censored story that was killed by The Nation

Amanda Witherell
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Can a brainy physician bring environmental justice issues to the mayor's race?

Sarah Phelan
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15 more stories on the Project Censored list

Top Stories

There are plenty of local stories that the media missed

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Racing for the stage at the Summer of Love 40th Anniversary

Justin Juul
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New report: Iraq has failed to meet 11 of the 18 military and political objectives set by Congress and agreed on by Bush.

Paula Connelly
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Is mainstream radio's "Hurban" format shafting Mexican-American listeners?

Amanda Maria Morrison
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Volume 41, Issue 49

News & Culture

Reserving low-income housing space in SF's eastern neighborhoods

Editorial

Public housing has been a horrible mess for years now

Editorial

EarthLink nosedives, Newsom ducks

Tim Redmond

Burning Man's green theme flopped -- but not for lack of good intentions. Plus: Reactions to the Gonzo burner's premature inflammation

Steven T. Jones

How can we criminalize people for the sole act of living without a home and occupying public space?

Andrea Nemerson

Volume 41, Issue 49

Food & Drink

Pebbles Cafe

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

House of glass

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

A better use for "43"

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Volume 41, Issue 49

Arts & Culture

Olafur Eliasson makes reduced speed sexy

Glen Helfand
Arts & Culture

MadCat celebrates the vitality of female artists

Maria Kommodore

Johnnie To's Exiled (John) Woos Leone

Cheryl Eddy

Taking the next dubstep

Tomas Palermo

SF's Traditional Fools surf the rocky seas of garage punk

Michael Harkin

Is mainstream radio's "Hurban" format shafting Mexican-American listeners?

Amanda Maria Morrison

Tune in to the Treasure Island Music Festival and Okkervil River

Kimberly Chun

The San Francisco Fringe Festival

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture

Choreographing the way of the samurai

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

Two takes on William Friedkin's Cruising, showing at the Castro

Johnny Ray Huston, Matt Sussman
Arts & Culture