Volume 42 Number 37
EDITORIAL Working with environmentalist cover, Mayor Gavin Newsom and Pacific Gas and Electric Co. have moved aggressively to derail a move that would have...
Ki-ki-ki, ma-ma-ma ... Jason's back at Camp Crystal Lake
Trap Door explores moral agency in the Iraq occupation
Punk icon Biafra's golden jubilee approaches. Plus: Neil Hamburger moans and groans, and shitgazers Times New Viking Rip It Off
Jack Carneal's Yaala Yaala Records pipelines the sounds of Mali
Indie bands lead the charge in sonic imperialism
Putting the XO in Botox: Go Fug Yourself Presents the Fug Awards and Beautiful Children
Another look at an enigma from cinema's so-called Golden Age
Michael Haneke puts the tragedy in TV
Electro DJ Sleazemore gets graphic, Milano duo Crookers cook up fidget house
Panda Country Kitchen
› firstname.lastname@example.org Dear Andrea: I am a happily married man (16 years). My wife and I's lives are pretty good. But I have a recurring fantasy...
With press releases in hand, journalists repeated genetically modified words as if their DNA depended upon it
The chain that owns SF Weekly, which last year had revenue of at least $159 million and more than $11 million in profit, argued...
If Mark Leno had lost, he would have lost big
Has the whole idea of world-changing technology finally become nothing more than an advertising jingle?
"Have they been concerned about what's clean, about our people?"
Wistfully hopeful, 01SJ's "Superlight" aerates a genre
A pool-hall feel at Divisadero's unaffected Ethiopian delight
Puppet body, dancing soul in Joe Goode's "Wonderboy," hard drinking hookers in "Maverick Strain"
The veteran rappers of Hieroglyphics open their doors to young street crews PTB and Livewire
Leno victory and other ballot results shift San Francisco's political landscape
Mayor's budget hits poor hard, signaling a big battle with the Board of Supervisors
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