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Volume 44 Number 36

Appetite: 3 recent opening worth checking out

Out of all the new additions to our food and drink scene last month -- and there were quite a few -- these spots...

Appetite: Persian Pub Grub paired beer and wine with Iranian bar food

It's joy when our city's food and drink greats team up to form something unique. Such was Zaré at Flytrap's three nights of Persian...

Lock and load

Chickens and waffles is not brain food. It's soul food.

How safe is your cell phone?

The fight to require cell phone companies to post the level of radiowave energy coming out of their products

Now: full-speed ahead with CCA

City officials at every level also have to make a concerted effort to counter PG&E's lies

When the rich can sit on the sidewalks

If you think the Bay to Breakers was just a benign day of public drunkenness, think again

Volume 44 Number 36 Flip-through Edition

June 9, 2010
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Get your kicks

Where to score some big-screen World Cup action, from Civic Center to North Beach

Worst worst movie?

Kinatay -- however graphically violent and hard to watch -- is not so very bad

Freedom for

The fire — and BBQ — burning in Woods

Shock it to ya

Shock-G revisits Digital Underground and forges ahead with the Shock-G3 Trio

Bucharest calling

Contextualizing the recent wave of Romanian cinema

Mama Drama

A San Francisco weekend goes epically awry in The Full Picture

Ruchi

Serving delectably pungent south Indian dishes -- Nellore fish curry, mutter paneer, chicken biryani -- in a former industrial neighborhood

Whirl trade center

Artist Fahamu Pecou builds something from the nothing of current of hip-hop

Road rules

The Bike Snob rides into town, swinging

Cutting from the bottom

Newsom's mental health budget would trigger federal funding loss, reducing treatment to the most severe cases by a third

Another bloody budget

Newsom's latest budget slashes social services and would leave a long legacy of deficits

Parties without borders

In the age of social media, San Francisco's wildest clubs (and shrewdest promoters) are taking over the world