Volume 42, Issue 02

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Volume 42, Issue 02

Top Stories

Despite efforts to privatize city golf, revenues are actually up millions of dollars. But a costly public-private contract has swallowed most of the money.

J.B. Powell
Top Stories

New members of the Oakland Port Commission represent fresh perspectives on environmental concerns

Joseph Plaster
Top Stories

A remembrance of Jack Davis

Phillip De Andrade
Top Stories

Car crash claims legendary facilitator of underground arts

John Law
Top Stories

Cracking down on the homeless costs taxpayers millions

Amanda Witherell
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25 Iraqi civilians killed. 66 U.S. soldiers killed last month.

Paula Connelly
Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 02

News & Culture

A landmark coalition of local media bands together to investigate the murder of Oakland journalist

The curious case of IM etiquette

Annalee Newitz

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of freebies in San Francisco

Justin Juul
Andrea Nemerson

An independent voice, silenced

John Ross

Backyard car conversion kits

Sara Knight

The peace movement gets the buzz-off during Fleet Week

Tim Redmond

Expensive, inefficient, foolish, and morally offensive

Editorial

Compromising on civil rights is always unacceptable

Editorial

Volume 42, Issue 02

Food & Drink

How bad could it be?

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Why did the chicken cross the street?

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink
L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 02

Arts & Culture

Gettin' visual on the dance floor

Marke B.

A fine piece of class

Paul Reidinger

Songs for Night and Steps Through the Mist

>A second posthumous novel by Suite Française author Irène Némirovsky argues for literature's enduring life

Max Goldberg

Documenting an assassination, novelist Francisco Goldman moves from fiction to political fictions

Tom Gallagher

Bjørn Lomborg tells climate-change worrywarts to chillax in Cool It

Amanda Witherell

Matt Bai canvasses the Democratic reformers in search of a coherent vision in The Argument

Tim Redmond