March 11 – March 17, 2009
President Obama supports more sunshine, but advocates await the important details
SFIAFF: Diamond Head offers a perfect read of old Hollywood's racial mixed messages
U2 toes No Line, while Neko Case searches the dust for enlightenment. Plus: Lake, Telekinesis, and more
Ariel Pink traces pop's damaged past into the terror of firsts
Athens, Georgia's Long Legged Woman hits its stride
Underground sensation Kurt Vile makes classic rock, his way
Excess and seduction rule the vainglorious art of Yinka Shonibare
SFIAAFF: Tokyo Sonata and the stark, striking cinema of Kiyoshi Kurosawa
SFIAAFF: Asian hipsters past and present in You Don't Know Jack and Dirty Hands
SFIAAFF: Colma: The Musical's Richard Wong returns with Fruit Fly
SFIAAFF: Marginalized Indian women and a woman warrior championed
A bistro that transcends the taqueria, expanding the Bay's definition of Mexican cuisine
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It's a dull, drippy week in California and when the weather gets like this a writer's fancy turns to tentacles.
Manifestly untrue, I...
Two new gallery shows ask you to adjust your toner
Curt McDowell paints the town with utter, exhilarating shamelessness
California's chief justice presented the Guardian's lawyers with a major statewide award March 2, recognizing our predatory-pricing case against SF Weekly as one of...
Sunshine complaints and sparse official calendars belie Mayor Newsom's claims of transparency
The vice mayors, good riddance Chronicle, paging Matt Gonzalez
Green City: Bay Area eco-boutiques bridge the distance
Longtime media crusaders and students battling censorship honored by the Society of Professional Journalists with James Madison Awards in 2009
It's difficult, and at times insanely difficult, to get even basic public information out of Newsom's office
A free press is crucial to democracy