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Volume 42 Number 16

January 16 – January 22, 2008

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A journalist’s last day

A minute-by-minute account of the day before Chauncey Bailey's murder, new information on the Oakland journo's death, and more

Does it suck?

Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles

Material world

David Mamet's Hollywood soul search

Queen’s density

Julie Queen goes from boldly careless to overly careful in "Ten Dollar Destiny"

Pop op

The wall-worthy whimsies of Devendra Banhart. Plus Pale Hoarse and Movie Night

When the lights go off

These days the best customer service appears to be robotic customer service

Sahn Maru Korean BBQ

Beaming smiles and meaty panache in Oakland

Messy Marv at large

After a year in jail for gun possession, Messy Marv hits the ground running

Adrift and lovin’ it

Castanets' Ray Raposa is caught rambling

3-D Technicolor

Cornelius paints a space between minimal and meta on Sensuous

Pinball Machine

Toni Mirosevich trucks through unrestricted territory

Bye bye beautiful

Let's Get Lost, again — Bruce Weber's melancholic ode to Chet Baker is restored

Ode to Jean-Pierre Léaud

Another look at the eternal boy of the French new wave

Say w00t

Out with the old, in with the noodle: Surya Dub's worldy, intel beats

The thaw

Toomie's Thai Cuisine

Single cells, single cells

› andrea@altsexcolumn.com Dear Andrea: I read your recent article about postpregnancy changes ; you didn't mention one promising new treatment for stress incontinence, stem cells. Maybe...

The zoo at City Hall

Hearings explore the deadly tiger attack and its ramifications

Return of blog anxiety

Instead of taking the Metafilter ethos mainstream, many blogs are leaving it behind

Imagine San Francisco without rent control

If we lose rent control, we'll lose not just our homes but also our city

Showdown at 55 Laguna

Officials and activists push stubborn UC officials to make project more affordable

Life of the party

Ralph Nader crashes the Green Party Convention

Endorsements

Obama for president. No on 94-97. Yes on A. Our complete endorsements for the Feb. 5 election