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Volume 42 Number 29

You’ll go blind doing that

Solitary Vice wants you to put the book down and go play

Guide to greener living

Local resources for the eco-inclined

The seeds of health

School garden programs hope to change kids' relationship with food

Alligators, man

Green, mean, and in the movies

Volume 42 Number 29 Flip-through Edition

April 16, 2008
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Destination unknown

Ethical traveler Jeff Greenwald has a trip for you: Strange Travel Suggestions

CO2 stew

How green is my music?

Microhoo!

No room for the little guy in Big Web?

Thrill of the kill

Cooking for carnivores, minus the euphemisms

Not for locals only

The eternal summer and surf culture nostalgia of San Francisco's Botticellis

Going back

Talking to Papercuts' Jason Quever

Dark days

Why is it so hard to get solar power in San Francisco?

Sheik it

Bibi and La Zeez go belly-to-belly for gay Arabs and those who love them

The SEIU strikes back

A conflicted committee nixes an election complaint as tensions grow at SF's big union local

Putting power into perspective

Energy expenditure by the numbers

Bumping and thriving

Om Hip Hop puts real life back on the dance floor

Shorts

Speed Reading, American Photo Booth, and Tempest Tales

Nickels and dimes

The White House throws pocket change at San Francisco for solar power

You’ll go blind doing that

Solitary Vice wants you to put the book down and go play

What union democracy means

Nobody has more at stake in SEIU than the members who pay the bills and whose wages, benefits, and working conditions are being negotiated

Wong takes wrong turn

Norah Jones helps derail mystifyingly titled My Blueberry Nights

A solar plan that works

Solar power now: A basic blueprint

Offbeat direction

The Visitor charms but overstays its welcome