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Volume 43 Number 33

Uphill climb

Bicycles can improve the city and save the planet. So why are bike riders still treated as second-class citizens?

Don’t change a Thing

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Velo-mutations

SF's bicycle art and culture flourish -- in countercultural high style

Shooting past “sharrows”

Six big ideas to boost SF's bikeability

Saving the southeast

Foreclosure wave speeds SF's black exodus while city officials focus on new condo construction

Nopalito

Carefully made, Mayan-influenced Mexican food in a mod, if unlikely, setting

From the shadows

"Ow, ya got me!" "I Wake Up Dreaming" celebrates rare, plutonium-hot noir

Reels and (two) wheels

Hold on to your seats: Two great bicycle-oriented film fests breeze through

Volume 43 Number 33 Flip-through Edition

May 13, 2009
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Totally tubular

TV or not TV: Pinky of TV Carnage isn't kidding -- all around is magic

House of Horrors

Thrills, chills, and mirror ball spills from the excellent Horrors. Plus: Comedians of Rock II, Black Joe Lewis, and John Vanderslice

Uphill climb

Bicycles can improve the city and save the planet. So why are bike riders still treated as second-class citizens?

The world stage

The San Francisco International Arts Festival's globo-theatrical must-sees

Arcane and able

Black Moth Super Rainbow, the Muzoracle, and Facebook's neo-psych future

Beyond weird

A talk with Tobacco of analogue synth sorcerers Black Moth Super Rainbow

‘Tarot’ power

Wooden Shjips sails in praise of Walter Wegmüller's kraut classic

Pagan fest

Pirates, polka, and plundering by not-so-gentle folk

Aerosol melodies

Mason Bates straddles the electronic-classical divide with The B-Sides

Lizz Roman and Dancers

She doesn't restrict herself to the interior

Shannon and the Clams

A peroxide-haired, punk-rock pin-up who gets real mean on her Danelectro bass

Doves

The emotional landscape of its new release includes hope as well as despair

“The Beast Stalker”

Anger issues, petty politics, and other charming attributes