Volume 43, Index 45
August 5 – August 11, 2009
The Photo Issue: Humans become afterthoughts in three photo-oriented exhibitions
Take Me to the Water searches the strange depths of full immersion baptism in song and image
Find those hoary old cult movie chestnuts online -- with the Cosmic Hex Internet archive
Ambitious Rent Boy Ave. goes in and out of tune
The unpredictable duo floats on in a sea of interactive Power Points. Plsu: Tecumseh, Gris Gris, La Plebe and Hightower
Five artists who have charted new electronic realms
PFA mines treasure from UCLA's Festival of Preservation
Easy Rider marks 40 years of road trippin'.
THE PHOTO ISSUE: None can deny the avalanche of flashes that has overtaken nightlife
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The Photo Issue: Changing faces, surprising places, and wild paces -- our third annual salute to Bay Area photography
Looming question marks -- and Looney's Southern BBQ
GREEN CITY: The San Francisco Bay may soon host a dramatic new environmental project
PG&E's poor reliability record costs businesses millions
Hidden beneath the new Academy of Sciences building, this California culinary oasis offers simplicity and sophistication
How a poisonous spider bite leads to a two-week holiday at a fat camp in Florida
Over the course of seven ambitious albums Greg Anderson and Stephen O'Malley have created entire universes of sunless sound
There's no Rudy(1993) here
Sometimes the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
My kids go to a wonderful public school (McKinley Elementary) where everyone isn't just like them
State law requires PG&E to pay claims for economic damage caused by system failures
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