Volume 42 Number 14
January 2 – January 8, 2008
The animals are mistreated. The executive director is getting rich. Privatization has failed the San Francisco Zoo.
Edwards could be the most progressive Democrat to top the national ticket in more than half a century.
Jazz giants come alive, with artful intimacy
A look back at dance in 2007
Notable theater performances of 2007
Parsing the homophobia of "UR So Gay"
Great fortunes have already been made in the selling of lousy food to a captive and credulous population
Love at First Bite, Kara's Cupcakes, and That Takes the Cake
One hundred years of Raymond Scott's exotica genius
Entrance's visionary death-letter blues
Do it the Didimao way
Robert Redford on the Sundance Kabuki and SF film fests
There Will Be Blood and auteur geysers
Soul of the new Fillmore
Happy House Korean BBQ
In 2007, Bay Area arts were in constant flux
In a time of war you can't enjoy a party game without thinking about your game console being used to kill people
Opinion: If you want San Francisco values represented in Congress, vote for me in November
Our Off-Guard Awards for the dumbest, lamest, most pitiful, and most bizarre moments of a year that's finally, finally over
How monumental estimates of a tiny invasive moth's economic and environmental impacts are threatening San Francisco with aerial spraying
Can Burning Man leave a legacy of renewable energy?
EDITORIAL In spring 2007, Assemblymember Mark Leno talked to Ruthy Bennett, the point person on the A.F. Evans proposal to build a major housing...
EDITORIAL San Francisco assessor Phil Ting wants to encourage more city residents and businesses to put solar panels on their roofs. It's a noble...
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