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Volume 42 Number 07

November 12 – November 20, 2007

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Pick up the beat

Yoshi's arrival in San Francisco raises questions about whether jazz can revive the Fillmore

Behind the Bey empire

Behind the Bey empire: Did real estate fraud help build Your Black Muslim Bakery into an enterprise worth killing for?

How you hate me now?

Pushing buttons with G.G. Allin and Negativland

I feel pretty

Keeping up with appearances in elastic future's Beautiful and ACT's The Rainmaker

Man with a mission

Memorial for a beloved anarchopunk legend. Plus: Xiu Xiu shimmies for AIDS orphans

Divining truth

Singer-songwriter Piers Faccini gets to the heart of the matter

Sail away

Ex–Red Threader Jason Lakis voyages solo with Mist and Mast

Redevelopment blues

Devastation and hope in the Fillmore

The Fillmore mess around

Players recall the once sizzling, oft-forgotten Western Addition jazz era

Can jazz save the Fillmore?

November 14, 2007
Restoring a musical legacy in the wake of redevelopment

Remain in light

Chasing after Aquarius with the Source Family

Bistro 9

A wealth of possible combinations and sophisticated treatments

Praise the lard

Sprinkle of water. Speck of cinnamon ...


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Why I voted for Josh Wolf

Opting for freedom of online expression

Good-bye to my city

After more than 40 years, a farewell to San Francisco

Trattoria Pinocchio

A less-than-fairytale meal

Green City: Solar solutions

Working to make solar panels more affordable in San Francisco

Supervisors approve campaign finance reforms

Board moves to tighten loopholes and increase public financing

Ethics under attack

Campaign group claims city agency is harsh and inconsistent

Fisher fails

New progressive coalition stops downtown's attack on transit and sets the stage for next year's board fight

This oil spill — and the next

There's a lot that can be done to make shipping in the Bay safer