Volume 42, Issue 24

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Volume 42, Issue 24

Top Stories

39 Iraqi civilians killed.

Paula Connelly
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Beer makers sluggish on "Slow Food" concept

Jon Beckhardt
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What the verdict meant: Behind the Guardian's $15.6 million court victory

Tim Redmond
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Open government laws prohibit online official discussions, but they've happened anyway

Bryan Cohen
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A federal court judge says prior Wikileaks ruling was unconstitutional

Megan Ma
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Digital sunshine: How technology can vastly improve public access to government -- our Freedom of Information issue

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Technology can allow the city to take a huge step forward in public access -- right now

Kimo Crossman
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Posting e-mails from council members on the city's Web site

Emma Lierley
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Legislation on mapping software would create an expensive new category of public records

Sarah Phelan
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Local and national organizations that offer a wide range of resources for journalists, citizen activists, and hell-raisers

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Volume 42, Issue 24

News & Culture

Poetry from POOR Magazine contest winners

Each of these kinds of protests has its correlates in the real world: the symbolic prank, the grassroots protest, and the angry editorial

Annalee Newitz
Andrea Nemerson

Information created by public agencies using public data should be public

Editorial

The United States heads into a deep recession, but for a new generation of multibillionaires, it's another gilded age

Tim Redmond

Volume 42, Issue 24

Food & Drink

When Californians mention wines they like, the wines are almost always red ones

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

The filling station, continued

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Pretty Lady

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 24

Arts & Culture

On the many looking glasses of Jennifer Reeves

Max Goldberg

Flash Point's Donnie Yen shoots back

Cheryl Eddy
Arts & Culture

Tir na nóg translates Edna O'Brien's debut novel to the stage

Dennis Harvey
Arts & Culture

Dungeons get draggin' -- and the Boredoms get a round. Plus: Danava, Magik Markers, DJ Mehdi, and more

Kimberly Chun

Confident in the fertile tension between subject matter and formal demands

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

"We have to know the electronics perfectly"

Dina Maccabee

As iconic as the Chanel bouclé suits he has designed for the house for 20-plus years

Matt Sussman

A personal obsession with traveling and shooting the country

Erik Morse
Arts & Culture

Baltimore duo Beach House show Devotion can be a dream

Max Goldberg

Paul Thorn's homespun poetics shoot straight from the heart and the briar patch

Kandia Crazy Horse