Volume 43, Issue 38

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Volume 43, Issue 38

Top Stories

Food-and-drink spots, deals, events and news

Virginia Miller
Top Stories

Food-and-drink spots, deals, events and news

Virginia Miller
Top Stories

Frameline 2009: Little Joe reveals the real Joe Dallesandro. Plus: a special appreciation

Johnny Ray Huston, Louis Peitzman
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The ability of cities to switch to public power could be eliminated if a proposed state ballot initiative moves forward

Rebecca Bowe
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U.S. Navy dissolves Hunters Point Shipyard citizens' comments just as toxic cleanup enters critical phase

Sarah Phelan
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The worst budget season in years begins with more polarization than usual

Steven T. Jones, Rebecca Bowe
Top Stories

Volume 43, Issue 38

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

Public disagreement, locally, about saving the planet from the worst impacts of climate change

Steven T. Jones

Unfortunately, the middle-class bailout is stuck in Congress.

Debra Walker

The mayor's office after Newsom

Tim Redmond

Supporters of CCAs and public power need to rally, now, to start planning to defeat this thing

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Volume 43, Issue 38

Food & Drink

The passing of time -- and chicken fried steak at Craig's Place

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

The look of a monastery designed by Mies van der Rohe and an eclectic Mediterranean menu that speaks in a slight Italian accent

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Volume 43, Issue 38

Arts & Culture

If cathartic party music speaks to you, this is your show

Lauren Giniger

Paying homage to this humble, erudite, and mirthful man who transcends traditional lines between high art and commercial design

Laura Swanbeck

Marin County's annual solstice celebration: shaman, inviting, simple, powerful, and beautiful

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

A revelation to anyone whose nights out have been lacking raw power

Tony Papanikolas

The country's largest 100 percent pedal-powered musical festival

Molly Freedenberg
Arts & Culture

Fully-functional, gaudy, lusty, but also mystically calm slot machines in the style of souped-up Camaros

Ari Messer
Arts & Culture