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Volume 44 Number 21

In the Whispering Pines

 L.A.'s singing cowboys and sistagirls ride the tide of roots revival

Underground and proud

Dan Carbone evokes the most unconventional of worlds -- and does it his way

Volume 44 Number 21 Flip-through Edition

February 24, 2010
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Bin 38

Hetto heaven! Bin 38 raises plate composition to a high art, with beautiful colors, textures, and arrangements

Connecting flights

Akram Khan Company's bahok pinpoints moments of stability amid global flux

Brown-eyed girl

Knee-deep in the Midwest -- and feeling Pizza Love in the Mission

The battle for the forgotten district

February 23, 2010

The future of San Francisco will be written in District 10. Who's ready to be the next supervisor?

Changes/chances

Bidding farewell to some Bay nightlife legends, and keepin' on keepin' on

This kiss’ progress

A journey through Tino Sehgal's staged situations — and a talk with the artist

Siteseeing

San Francisco Cinematheque welcomes classic American filmmaker James Benning

Trapped in the museum

From R. Kelly to petroleum jelly — our picks from the SFMOMA's 75th anniversary show

Unhappy days

The Brother Theodore story — a whirlwind of agony and ecstasy

Meaning what?

Birds & Batteries fly through good and evil and folk and funk

The haunt of fear

Beyond dubstep, Shackleton's promise is a threat

Sing, spelunker, sing

Frisky and Feelies-like, the Cave Singers find joy. Plus: Johnny Cash Tribute, Zaimph and Stellar Om Source, more

Brick by brick

Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers : What more can we ask from the Danes?

Economy vs. environment

February 23, 2010

The Toxic Triangle hearings

Fixing the Foundation

City College entities battle over fiscal oversight in the wake of a money laundering scandal

Editor’s Notes

With no foreseeable end to California's financial crisis, cities need to take on their own economic destinies and Newsom, as a bitter lame duck, simply can't do that

No more silence on Prop. 16

Every single elected official, candidate for office, and political group in the state that isn't entirely bought off by PG&E needs to loudly oppose Prop. 16 — now

An open letter to the Transit Workers Union

February 23, 2010
If the Transit Workers Union is willing to give on just the overtime and part-time driver rules, SFMTA would save $12.4 million in next year's budget