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Volume 41 [2006–07]

Quixotically yours

Chivalry lives on in Honor of the Knights

Reading is fundamental

Shoot 'em up, if you can, in Made Man

Cell mates

51802 charts love on the outside looking in

Mad chatter

Oh, Galactic! Plus: flying snacks and a mess of upcoming live shows

Moving out …

... and making music with White Williams

Right place, blues time

Robert Randolph and Allen Toussaint crown the San Francisco Blues Festival lineups

Hotpants wildfires

A fortnight of special-sounding queer dance events

Scary Larry

The Last Winter certifies Larry Fessenden as a horror auteur

The sound of success

Who put the rock in the rock doc, doc, doc?

Gayest. Music. Ever.

The death of circuit, Energy 92.7 FM, and the new queer dance floor diaspora

The works

Ghosts and Numbers and Luchando add new twists to an old story at SF DocFest

Raw meat

Tongs, spatulas, and small shovels are good things to keep near a barbecue

A big how-to

› andrea@altsexcolumn.com Dear readers: The subject of size-discordant couples, discussed here recently, is a perennial favorite and will only get more so until such a time...

To see or not to see

The Internet Archive's wartime footage

The underground campaign

September 25, 2007
Despite the veneer of Newsom's popularity, the mayor's race shows some real discontent -- and some good policy ideas

Will the US bomb Iran?

Iran has no nuclear weapons and couldn't have them for years

The billion-dollar rate hike

EDITORIAL Nobody wants to pay higher electric rates, but the real issue about Pacific Gas and Electric Co.'s new rate hike is its impact...

Editor’s Notes

Violence and the candidates

Stop the developers now

EDITORIAL Sup. Tom Ammiano is taking a key step toward ending the gold rush by local housing developers who want to get their projects...

Cold case

The SFPD hasn't solved the homicide of Hugues de la Plaza -- so now the French ambassador is getting involved

Spooked

With five weeks to go until Halloween — and no public plan — Castro residents are getting nervous