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Volume 42 Number 46

Colorful, brutish, and short

Sid Meier's Civilization: Revolution

Pennies from heaven

Kirk Read's Southern gay evangelical fantasy pays off

Fated to annihilate

The grimy lowdown on hard rock combo Annihilation Time. Plus: 12 Galaxies departs, Jeppe, Passenger, Octopus Project, and more

Tokio Hotel

Screaming in German for pretty boy emo heartthrobs

“Trumbo”

Blacklisted but ebullient

No mere ornament

"Birth of Cool: California Art, Design, and Culture at Midcentury"

On the pulse

Jonas Reinhardt rises above

But is it metal?

Rock riffs meet classical chops in the hands of Judgement Day

Punk’s latest clubhouse

Thrillhouse Records throws their biggest bash to date

Speed Reading

The Three Trillion Dollar War, The Comic Book Holocaust, and The Klassic Komix Klub

Micheline, man

The return of a poet with the pulse of a 10-ton engine

Space is the race

Sputnik Mania is a hot look at the Cold War

A passage to everywhere

Crossing the Border film series illuminates treacherous corners

Double draggin’

Kings and Kiss-Off: SF hosts its own cross-dressed Olympics

Volume 42 Number 46 Flip-through Edition

August 13, 2008
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‘I’m just doing my job, ma’am’

Careers & Ed: Canvassers, telemarketers, and parking control officers talk about doing work people hate

Diving for dollars

Careers and Ed: Exploring the outsider world of an underwater career

Upsie

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Eye of the needle

Lauren DiCioccio threads lightly, suggesting a spirit left behind

PG&E’s Lie of the Week

The mailer that arrived last week shows a bullet hole blown through a pile of money and urges voters to beware the Board of...

The new Muni plan

Assessing transit effectiveness, 30 years since the last serious review

Sun protection failures

A new report casts a bad light on popular sunscreens