Volume 43, Issue 24

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Volume 43, Issue 24

Top Stories

President Obama supports more sunshine, but advocates await the important details

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories
Tim Redmond
Top Stories

Sunshine complaints and sparse official calendars belie Mayor Newsom's claims of transparency

Rebecca Bowe
Top Stories

Longtime media crusaders and students battling censorship honored by the Society of Professional Journalists with James Madison Awards in 2009

Top Stories

SF's best spots, deals, events and news

Virginia Miller
Top Stories

Volume 43, Issue 24

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

The vice mayors, good riddance Chronicle, paging Matt Gonzalez

Green City: Bay Area eco-boutiques bridge the distance

Juliette Tang

It's difficult, and at times insanely difficult, to get even basic public information out of Newsom's office

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

A free press is crucial to democracy

Tim Redmond

Winner of the Second Annual Poetry Luchador Battle of ALL of the Sexes

V.L. Hain

Volume 43, Issue 24

Food & Drink

A bistro that transcends the taqueria, expanding the Bay's definition of Mexican cuisine

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Sabuy Sabuy in Oakland

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 43, Issue 24

Arts & Culture

Two new gallery shows ask you to adjust your toner

Johnny Ray Huston
Arts & Culture

Curt McDowell paints the town with utter, exhilarating shamelessness

Johnny Ray Huston
Arts & Culture

Mikhalkov's modern, post-Soviet tale Based on Sidney Lumet's Twelve Angry Men (1957)

Lynn Rapoport

Artists gathered by curators Viet Le and Yong Soon Min are the children of Andy Warhol and Coca-Cola

Kimberly Chun
Arts & Culture

Hardcore, Chinese and Korean folk, and marching band sounds are all pitched into the trio's dissonant sonic miasma

Kimberly Chun

They're here to dance, they're damn happy about it, and they want you to know it

Danica Li

A dance may be performed in silence and a song without dance

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture