Volume 42, Issue 48

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Volume 42, Issue 48

Top Stories

Fall Arts Preview: Got live if you want it -- and you do

Johnny Ray Huston, Kimberly Chun
Top Stories

Fall Arts Preview: Will these new music releases go far or fall flat?

Johnny Ray Huston, Kimberly Chun
Top Stories

Newly available documents expose what happened to a man shot 16 times by SFPD officers two years ago

G.W. Schulz
Top Stories

Who is the utility buying off? Start with Newsom, Feinstein, and Willie Brown

Amanda Witherell
Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 48

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

The city is still not investing enough in our communities of color

Joseph Smooke

Pelosi's wrong on Georgia

The city's first ciclovia will open a car-free Embarcadero to cyclists

Janna Brancolini

Do the math: under Obama, around 90 percent of the country would get an immediate raise

Tim Redmond

We'd much rather see local kids encouraged to become cops than directed into the military

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Volume 42, Issue 48

Food & Drink

Mi Lindo Yucatan

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

The price of paradise on the Embarcadero

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 48

Arts & Culture

Fall Arts Preview: Theater gets political, playful, potent

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture

Fall Arts Preview: Dance highlights run from modern to the Bard

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

Fall Arts Preview: The season's prime parties offer plenty to fall down about

Marke B.

Fall Arts Preview: Amy Tan revamps her bestseller. Plus, more classical picks

Ching Chang

Fall Arts Preview: Got live if you want it -- and you do

Johnny Ray Huston, Kimberly Chun

Fall Arts Preview: Will these new music releases go far or fall flat?

Johnny Ray Huston, Kimberly Chun

Or: a portion from a wine-stained notebook. A story

Charles Bukowski
Arts & Culture

Fall Arts Preview: 50 most excellent ways to rep film this fall

Johnny Ray Huston

Fall Arts Preview: 10 big-screen release dates to remember — for better and worse

Cheryl Eddy

Fall Arts Preview: We scope out the promising shows

Johnny Ray Huston, Katie Kurtz, Kimberly Chun
Arts & Culture