Volume 43 Number 39-
June 24 – June 30, 2009
THE QUEER ISSUE: Author Martin Duberman challenges the current gay hypocrisy
Environmentalists oppose Lennar's effort to build condos on Candlestick Point parkland
Soccer, Pride, and Taqueria Los Potrillos in Petaluma
Objectified's subjects plot a user-friendly universe
Woody Allen sticks with what works for Whatever Works
THE QUEER ISSUE: Queer print fetishists still have reasons to browse
Major Lazer's language of bounce comes to the Spectrum Festival
Karriem Riggins expands jazz and informs hip-hop
The Motor City comes alive once again thanks to the return of Death and Rodriguez
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Dirty Projectors get a little tongue-tied, but sally forth valiantly. Plus: Kid Cudi, Phoenix, and more
THE QUEER ISSUE: Fresh Meat serves up a diverse evening of performance
THE QUEER ISSUE: Thrillpeddlers revive a Cockettes classic
THE QUEER ISSUE: Queer burlesque -- especially of the local variety -- lets it all hang out
Did I ever tell you you're my True Blood hero, Michelle Forbes?
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Bellicose rhetoric masks real differences over budget priorities
THE QUEER ISSUE: Who, exactly, does gay marriage benefit?
State agency imposes its strange morality and bewildering bureaucracy on SF clubs
An eclectic Italian menu, seasoned with playfulness, that rewards nibblers and grazers
Food-and-drink spots, deals, events and news
Diamonds are certainly Hilary Pecis' and Elyse Mallouk's best friends
More direct, plain, and open
Singing from the bottom of an angry, murky well in Chapel Hill, N.C.
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