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Volume 44 Number 32

All lit up

Think outside the boom, then take a nightlife shine to Kush Arora at Doom, Xeno and Oaklander, Stateside Dubstep, and more

Mission possibility

Meklit Hadero makes music of the word and world, from San Francisco

Appetite: A couple April openings worth visiting

Out of all the new additions to San Francisco in April, these two restaurants launch with the most promise

Volume 44 Number 32 Flip-through Edition

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Court to Chevron: consider climate change

Environmental and local groups celebrate a ruling against a project that would have fouled Bay Area air

The sound of the city

Streets of San Francisco: Catch the beat (and brass, and buckets, and accordions) of SF's iconic street musicians -- our exclusive interviews

Eyes of the city

Streets of San Francisco: The cameras of Caliber capture SF in action

Street stars

Streets of San Francisco: Writers, dancers, and other performers do make a living on the sidewalks

Democratizing the streets

Streets of San Francisco: An unprecedented political consensus on rethinking roadways is belied by nasty clashes over how to pay for it

Vandalism Manifesto

Streets of San Francisco: In praise of the old, the new, and the terribly offensive

Time travel

The Dashiell Hammett Tour leads the curious through San Francisco's alluring underbelly

360-degrees “Muralismo”

Streets of San Francisco: Mission meets de Young in a street-art whirl of hype and promise

Pickles and Web sites

Streets of San Francisco: Eco-superhero Zoey Kroll connects dirt with technology to bring life to the street

Fantasy food carts

Streets of San Francisco: Time to kick our precious street food scene up a notch

Beauty lies

Get out your handkerchiefs for the sounds of Jóhann Jóhannsson

Secret agent “homme”

Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, a.k.a. OSS 117, has a serious chick habit

Southend Grill ‘N’ Bar

Putting hearty treats like Asian hangar steak and chicken milanese on the front burner

Original’s sin

I just had to know about the legend, the Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles

Immigrant rights – in Arizona and at home

As with SB 1070 in Arizona, the policy of requiring juvenile probation officers to report young people to ICE before they receive due process has opened the door to racial profiling and torn many innocent youth from their families

Editor’s Notes

Imagine what some San Francisco neighborhoods would look like if we closed down one out of every four streets

Muni reform that might actually work

It ought to include three basic principles: work-rule and overtime reform; a change in the way other departments charge Muni for work orders, and a sizable new source of revenue