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Volume 44 Number 37

Appetite: NYC food cheat sheet, part one

During my latest visit to my beloved New York for the Manhattan Cocktail Classic, I spent eight days gleefully eating my way around the...

Deep red bells

Crowded Fire premieres Enrique Urueta's "psycho-Southern queer country dance tragedy"

Dear John

John Waters' gallery show is all flash. Plus: James Gobel's fantasy yarns

Now voyager

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma makes music happen with bands like Alps and Moholy-Nagy

The devil vs. Miss Jones

Put your money on Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings

Imported cheese

El Futuro Está Aqui: Sci-Fi Classics From Mexico brings fabulous space women, Mylar pants, flying hubcaps

Volume 44 Number 37 Flip-through Edition

June 16, 2010
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Reel groundbreaking

FRAMELINE: Frameline Award winners Wolfe Video

Super stories

The Queer Women of Color Film Festival ferments change

Star on the rise

FRAMELINE: Frameline favorite Inés Efron returns with The Fish Child

Get thee to the gym

FRAMELINE FILM FEST: Body image issues stud Frameline docs and narratives

Frameline short takes

FRAMELINE: Quick looks at some highlights of the film fest

Can the ban

The move to ban Cow Palace raves is tired and misguided. Plus: Larry Heard, 1994, the Leak, and enormous Tetris


Score! Ironside hits a homerun near AT&T park, with a handsome interior and American dishes

Love streams

Dance Continuum SF's take on romance is smart, funny and poignant

True grit

Mapping the backwoods noir of slow-burn wonder Winter's Bone

Tale of two landfills

With a pair of giant corporations vying for control of San Francisco's trash, will our zero waste dreams ever become a reality?

Voters are pissed

Sorting out the results of a primary election that showcased a restive electorate

Us vs. SF Weekly: the next step

Court hears chain's appeal of Guardian suit

Editor’s Notes

The archeological remnants of our civilization

PG&E’s greed backfires

The defeat of Prop. 16 showed that unlimited corporate spending on a ballot initiative doesn't guarantee victory

All is bacon

Necessitating couples therapy and so forth