Volume 42, Issue 29

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Volume 42, Issue 29

Top Stories

Local resources for the eco-inclined

Top Stories

School garden programs hope to change kids' relationship with food

Dina Maccabee
Top Stories

A conflicted committee nixes an election complaint as tensions grow at SF's big union local

J.B. Powell
Top Stories

Energy expenditure by the numbers

Top Stories

The White House throws pocket change at San Francisco for solar power

G.W. Schulz
Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 29

News & Culture

No room for the little guy in Big Web?

Annalee Newitz

Why is it so hard to get solar power in San Francisco?

Amanda Witherell, Sarah Phelan

Nobody has more at stake in SEIU than the members who pay the bills and whose wages, benefits, and working conditions are being negotiated

Mary Magee, Roxanne Sanchez

Solar power now: A basic blueprint

Editorial

"The pope is a wanker."

Tim Redmond
Andrea Nemerson

It's critical that every progressive leader in town be willing to take on the mayor's brutal budget cuts

Editorial

Volume 42, Issue 29

Food & Drink

Cooking for carnivores, minus the euphemisms

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Hall of the disco king

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

La Corneta

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 29

Arts & Culture

Solitary Vice wants you to put the book down and go play

Johnny Ray Huston

Norah Jones helps derail mystifyingly titled My Blueberry Nights

Maria Kommodore

The Visitor charms but overstays its welcome

Dennis Harvey

How to make a home sweet homestead

Johnny Ray Huston

Light Is Waiting is magnificent, hilarious, and terrifying

Johnny Ray Huston

"The Way That We Rhyme: Women, Art & Politics" hurls feminist art into the present

Amber Whiteside
Arts & Culture

Dancing the diaspora

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

A level playing field?

Marke B.

Epic fantasy metal without meaning

Duncan Scott Davidson

Sweet, funny Young@Heart is no one-trick pony

Sara Scheiron