Volume 42, Issue 25

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Volume 42, Issue 25

Top Stories

4 U.S. Soldiers killed. U.S. Soldier death toll is now at 4,000.

Paula Connelly
Top Stories

The mainstream media loved the Iraq war

David Carini
Top Stories

Last Year at Marienbad continues to bewitch and bewilder

Maria Kommodore, Max Goldberg
Top Stories

Ribbons and signs: Memories of a reluctant war mom

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories

Trailing in the polls, embattled state senator Carole Migden takes regulators to federal court to save nearly $1 million in campaign funds

J.B. Powell
Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 25

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

Are we still so Victorian that we think it's bad to pay large amounts for a few hours of skin-time?

Annalee Newitz

It's hard to believe that Clinton was unaware of the humanitarian crisis when she voted to continue the use of cluster bombs

Paul Rockwell
Colleen McCaffrey

Five years ago, the antiwar movement shut down San Francisco

Editorial

Where I was five years ago

Tim Redmond

Everything the mayor does now seems to be aimed at increasing his odds of moving up in the political world

Editorial

San Francisco was the epicenter of the failed movement to prevent the Iraq War -- but the movement that emerged here may still change the country

Steven T. Jones

Volume 42, Issue 25

Food & Drink

Velvet atmosphere, polyester food

Colleen McCaffrey
Food & Drink

Japan, like Europe, has its venerated, slow food-style traditions

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

The sauce king

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Willow Wood Market and Cafe

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 25

Arts & Culture

Swedes craft the sweetest love songs and pop songs today

Johnny Ray Huston

Stew & Lightspeed Champion evoke the Afro-Baroque between the boom-bip bip and the ballot

Kandia Crazy Horse

Last Year at Marienbad continues to bewitch and bewilder

Maria Kommodore, Max Goldberg

"The Prison Project" shines a light on works by artists touched by incarceration

Amber Whiteside
Arts & Culture

Are we still so Victorian that we think it's bad to pay large amounts for a few hours of skin-time?

Annalee Newitz