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Volume 43 Number 32

Time passages

Matt Keegan gives form to his and SF's past in "Postcards & Calendars"

Get a dog

andrea@altsexcolumn.com Dear Readers: The "Lonely Guy" responses are in: I read the letter from Lonely Guy/Nice Guy and my thought is that he sounds kind of resentful...

The accidental tourist

Jim Jarmusch journeys through The Limits of Control

On the (closet) case

Kirby Dick's Outrage aims to have an explosive breaking-news impact

Fill ‘er up

New poetry anthology American Hybrid has only half a tank

Electric gypsies

A Day in the Life charts the decline of the West and the search for another country

Speed Reading

The Tyranny of Oil: The World's Most Powerful Industry -- and What We Must Do to Stop It

Down wit’ ODP

Elektra clash? Peaches, Larry Tee, and Fisherspooner return that ol' time sound to the fray

The life aquatic

A bevy of seaworthy DVDs bubble up

Mirant’s last gasp?

Green City: A multipronged effort -- and raised hopes -- to shut down the controversial fossil-fuel-fired facility

TICed off

Banks and speculators collude to evict longtime Mission tenants

Shop local, City Hall!

San Francisco spends just 10 percent of public money with local businesses -- and that's bad for everyone

On the rise

The Best of PlayGround Festival, now more than a decade old, nurtures exciting, emerging talent

Our 2009 Small Business Awards

True diversity, golden survivors, chain alternatives, and pure grit: Our annual salute to small business

Waterbar

A sea-centric menu that's full of flair and, although not cheap, isn't killingly expensive either.

Hoof it

Feet (and pigs) are flyin' -- Vibesquad, Maluca and Isa GT, Dirtybird Pajama Jam, and more parties

Volume 43 Number 32 Flip-through Edition

May 6, 2009
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Listen/Vision 06

Catching up with Christopher Willits in conjunction with Overlap's next event

Sita Sings the Blues

A blatantly autobiographical tale of romantic woe and the mythological travails of Sita, beloved of the noble Rama