Volume 48, Issue 43


Volume 48, Issue 43

News & Culture

Pepsi and Coke may spend millions to defeat SF's sugary beverage tax

Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez

Waves of child immigrants await court dates in San Francisco, facing deportation back to their violent home countries without legal representation

Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez

Departing director of Sunday Streets made community organizing the key to opening up public space

Steven T. Jones
Guardian Editorial

The threat to San Francisco bookstores goes beyond Amazon and ebooks to rising rents and demand for commercial space

Holly McDede

Volume 48, Issue 43

Food & Drink

THE WEEKNIGHTER: Mad Dog is used to having stark, raving lunatics, in colorful garb, wasted there in the middle of the day. Thankfully.

Stuart Schuffman, aka Broke-Ass Stuart
Food & Drink

TABLEHOPPING A unique intersection of art and food at curATE, and two ideas for date night in Russian Hill

Marcia Gagliardi
Food & Drink

Volume 48, Issue 43

Arts & Culture

Performance takes over at the Asian Art Museum's new exhibit

Robert Avila

Quick takes on new releases

Daniel Bromfield

At 50, the Beatles third album demands a critical re-listen

Daniel Bromfield

The pop-punk whiz kid comes of age. Plus: More festivals!

Emma Silvers

Truth, tears, and staple-gun battles: San Francisco Jewish Film Festival's female-centric films

Cheryl Eddy

Entertainers take center stage in SF Jewish Film Festival docs

Dennis Harvey

A marathon weekend with Sunset Campout and Up Your Alley Fair. Plus: J.Phlip, Braza!, Too $hort, more parties

Marke B.

Emerging choreographers present new works at SAFEhouse for the Performing Arts' SPF7

Rita Felciano