Volume 43 Number 32
Food-and-drink spots, deals, events and news
Matt Keegan gives form to his and SF's past in "Postcards & Calendars"
Local looks and views abroad
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Jim Jarmusch journeys through The Limits of Control
Kirby Dick's Outrage aims to have an explosive breaking-news impact
New poetry anthology American Hybrid has only half a tank
A Day in the Life charts the decline of the West and the search for another country
The Tyranny of Oil: The World's Most Powerful Industry -- and What We Must Do to Stop It
Elektra clash? Peaches, Larry Tee, and Fisherspooner return that ol' time sound to the fray
A bevy of seaworthy DVDs bubble up
Green City: A multipronged effort -- and raised hopes -- to shut down the controversial fossil-fuel-fired facility
Banks and speculators collude to evict longtime Mission tenants
San Francisco spends just 10 percent of public money with local businesses -- and that's bad for everyone
The Best of PlayGround Festival, now more than a decade old, nurtures exciting, emerging talent
True diversity, golden survivors, chain alternatives, and pure grit: Our annual salute to small business
A sea-centric menu that's full of flair and, although not cheap, isn't killingly expensive either.
Feet (and pigs) are flyin' -- Vibesquad, Maluca and Isa GT, Dirtybird Pajama Jam, and more parties
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Reality and fantasy collide and cooperate
Catching up with Christopher Willits in conjunction with Overlap's next event
A soulful one-two punch
A blatantly autobiographical tale of romantic woe and the mythological travails of Sita, beloved of the noble Rama
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