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Volume 44 Number 01-

October 7 – October 13, 2009

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Volume 44 Number 1 Flip-through Edition

October 7, 2009
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Seamy dreams

"Pink Film Revolution" spotlights provocative filmmaker Koji Wakamatsu

Domestic disturbances

Mill Valley Film Festival picks uncover mysteries of the home front

Half and half

Mount Whitney Restaurant

Tickling 2.0

andrea@mail.altsexcolumn.com Dear Andrea: It was very interesting to me that you wrote about tickling last week . I actually had that experience as a kid, being...

Off-duty trip

The Raincoats are back in fashion with a great local band that adores them

City spanks Power Exchange

Sex club grapples with bureaucracy and opponents to open in the Tenderloin

After the peak

Task force urges city to prepare for the decline of fossil fuel production now

SF vs. Frank Lembi

Real estate mogul stonewalls its tenants and the city as the banks foreclose

Saving the bay

GREEN CITY: A four-part documentary series focuses a critical eye on the history of the Bay

H1N1, round two

Vaccines coming as officials warn that young people will be hit hardest

The Monster

WRITERS ISSUE: An excerpt from El Monstruo

Word alive

WRITERS ISSUE: Selections from fresh young voices

Fine quintet

WRITERS ISSUE: Four provocative haiku and a tanka

Bon Voyage!

WRITERS ISSUE: An excerpt from Joshua Mohr's upcoming novel Termite Parade

Bay writes

WRITERS ISSUE: The winners of our first LIT123 contest

Events listings

October 6, 2009
Events listings are compiled by Paula Connelly. Submit items for the listings at listings@sfbg.com. WEDNESDAY 7 Dead-ication Booksmith, 1644 Haight, SF; (415) 863-8688. 7:30pm, free....

Music listings

October 6, 2009
Music listings are compiled by Paula Connelly and Cheryl Eddy. Since club life is unpredictable, it's a good idea to call ahead to confirm...

Film listings

Film listings are edited by Cheryl Eddy. Reviewers are Kimberly Chun, Michelle Devereaux, Max Goldberg, Dennis Harvey, Johnny Ray Huston, Louis Peitzman, Lynn Rapoport,...

Now read this

Our first Writers Issue speaks volumes

Editor’s Notes

The folks at SEIU Local 1021 have been getting the mayor's panties in a bunch lately

Wake up, City Hall – and get moving on CCA

PG&E's new ballot initiative would make it almost impossible for any community to get rid of the dirty, high-priced power the utility peddles

Sing out

The latest from DJ and new dad Gavin Hardkiss, plus In Flagranti and Litquake

The plight of the insured

Congress and the Obama administration remain too timid to propose the most comprehensive reform — single payer