Volume 43, Issue 14


Volume 43, Issue 14

Top Stories

The traditional media is in a tailspin, but can a new generation of visionaries revive the watchdog press?

Steven T. Jones, Tim Redmond
Top Stories

Lennar, liquefaction and other related meltdowns

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories

Volume 43, Issue 14

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

It appears the mayor just doesn't want anyone to see the sausage he's making

Kimo Crossman

Green City: Bay Area wildlife is already being negatively affected by a warmer world

Amanda Witherell

Our clear choice for the crucial position is ...

Guardian Editorial

In the hope of a 2009 we can all be proud of, here are some things I would like to see other people do

Tim Redmond

Volume 43, Issue 14

Food & Drink

A brotherhood of fish at one of the more architecturally compelling restaurants in the city

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Driving home in tears, as usual

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 43, Issue 14

Arts & Culture

And George Watsky doesn't need a fucking MC name

Chloe Schildhause
Arts & Culture

Chuck Prophet looks into the new year. Plus: the most-intriguing reader top 10 list, Les Claypool, and more

Kimberly Chun

The Year in Film 2008: A year of living dude-tastically, bro

Cheryl Eddy

The Year in Film 2008: Movies that saw hard times coming

Max Goldberg

The Year in Film 2008: Signs of life (and a death) in American cinema

Johnny Ray Huston

The Year in Film 2008: Politics as entertainment --shot by shot, shoe, or screen

Kimberly Chun

The Year in Film 2008: Top flick picks from critics and filmmakers

The Year in Film 2008: Assessing the year's mu-suck-als

Louis Peitzman

The Year in Film 2008: Notable releases kept our Blu-Rays less than blue

Matt Sussman

The Year in Film 2008: A Guardian critic counts down his hours in the dark

Dennis Harvey