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Best of the Bay 2009: Arts and Nightlife

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Editors Picks: Arts and Nightlife

BEST BLOODY QUEEN

A gut-spewing zombie drag queen roller derby in honor of Evil Dead 2. Read more »

Best of the Bay 2009: Food and Drink

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Editors Picks: Food and Drink

BEST CRAB TOWER TO HEAVEN

Somebody call the Fish Police — we should be cited for loitering at this convivial Italian seafood restaurant. Read more »

Best of the Bay 2009: Classics

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Editors Picks: Classics

BEST LEFTOVER HEROES

Hey, are you gonna eat that? Read more »

Appetite: Drink on the cheap...with class

Food-and-drink spots, deals, events and news
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Every week, Virginia Miller of personalized itinerary service and monthly food, drink, and travel newsletter, www.theperfectspotsf.com, shares foodie news, events, and deals. Read more »

Best of the Bay 2009

Our 35th annual guide to the people, places, and things that make the Bay great
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De La Soul is alive

Two takes on 3 Feet High and Rising, 20 years later
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CHECK ONE Last night, I played De La Soul's 3 Feet High and Rising (Tommy Boy/Warner Bros., 1989) for the first time in years. I couldn't stop laughing.Read more »

Behind the Mitchells' door

My strange encounters with a strange crew
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When James Raphael Mitchell, 27, son of the late porn film director and strip club owner Jim Mitchell, was charged with murder, domestic violence, kidnapping, and child abduction and endangerment last week, my first reaction was to wonder if he suffers from posttraumatic stress disorder.

I had run into met James in October 2007, at which time he sported a military-style buzz cut and told me he was in the Marines. Read more »

How healthy is Healthy SF?

The program is a pioneering effort — but will budget cuts damage it?
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San Francisco is getting national attention for its attempt at universal health care. Read more »

Bitter medicine

Health care reform groups fear the cure may be worse than the disease
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The Democratic Party has been promising a major overhaul of the health care system for a generation or more. Now, with President Barack Obama and his party's congressional leaders in a strong position to finally reach that elusive goal by next month, this should be a momentous time for the reform movement.

So why are so many health reform advocacy groups unhappy?Read more »

Appetite: Sweet ribs, buckwheat pancakes, Monterey abalone, bagna cauda dip, and more

Food-and-drink spots, deals, events and news
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Every week, Virginia Miller of personalized itinerary service and monthly food, drink, and travel newsletter, www.theperfectspotsf.com, shares foodie news, events, and deals. View the last installment here.

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Wexler's delight. Read more »