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Volume 44 Number 29

Appetite: Anchovies three ways

One (of many) of my great pleasures traveling in Italy is eating fresh sardines and anchovies along the coast, whether baked, brined or any...

FEAST: 10 kick-ass brunches

The Guardian staff's favorite hangover remedies

Appetite: 3 upcoming events covering sips ’round the world

From Dry Creek Valley barrel-tasting  to the snowy peaks of Austria, here are a trio of flavorful events that encompass a full range of...

FEAST: Free crystal glass!

Culinary adventures in Asian dessert cafes

Throwing down with the Tablehopper

FEAST: Marcia Gagliardi, author of a fab new Bay eatery guidebook, answers our pressing food and drink questions

Pioneers! O Urban Pioneers!

FEAST: Farms, gardens, chickens, fruit -- how to homestead without going rural

FEAST: 5 farm-fresh cocktails

Peak-season produce meets fine spirits

FEAST: 6 voluptuous buns

A half-dozen reasons to rise with the dough in the morning

Volume 44 Number 29 Flip-through Edition

April 21, 2010
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Taking the Waters

SFIFF: Boozy fun with Wholphin

Live on screen

SFIFF: Sam Green teases out Utopia and the possibilities of documentary

Red, blonde, and blue

SFIFF: Alone again, naturally, in João Pedro Rodrigues' To Die Like a Man

Love, guts, and glory

SFIFF: Sean Byrne dishes on his sleeper-hit slasher

Not fade away

Tracking those SFIFF films bracketed by returns

Thumbs up

SFIFF pays tribute to veteran film critic Roger Ebert

Top pic picks

SFIFF: Short takes on festival flicks

Join the cult!

San Francisco International Film Festival preview: Joshua Grannell's All About Evil is a bloody cinema valentine

The O word

Dark versus light and soot versus cute in the art of James Castle

Bring it back?

Comin' around again (live re-edit): Bloody Beetroots, Bluetech, Bonobo, Bootie, Talvin Singh, and more

La Trappe

Anything but monkish, the North Beach hotspot bulges with Belgian food and beers — and young fans in the basement

That po’ boy

Happy 20th anniversary, Just For You

Rolling forward

City plans to open two new skateparks, but Haight site sparks concern from neighbors

The inside angle

Independent journalists face consequences after documenting student education protests