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Volume 44 Number 44

Appetite: SF CHEFS returns with tasty events

Are you ready for SF CHEFS 2010 next week (8/10-15)? Jump on tickets now, if you haven't already, for what was one of my...

The deal is done

Lennar's massive redevelopment plan gets the green light despite unaddressed concerns

Worth the wait

Starcraft II took a while to get here, but the new version is right on target

alt.sex.column: Vanilla Shake

Dear Andrea:My husband and I are in our early 40s. We have been together 15 years and married for nine. We have sex about...

Volume 44 Number 44 Flip-through Edition

August 4, 2010
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Chaos channel

Crystal Castles harness the power of punk to initiate a trance

The yellow wallpaper

Hairy Eyeball: A haunting we will go -- at triple Base and Swarm Gallery

The kids aren’t alright

Todd Solondz provokes (again) with Life During Wartime

The man, the myth, the legend

Looking beyond the Castro's tribute to the late Dennis Hopper

Brisas de Acapulco

A Mission spot that rocks, summoning kitchen folk wisdom in hefty dishes

Trip the light

PHOTO ISSUE: Three nightlife photographers that caught our eye and turned our head this year

Eye fidelity

Our fourth annual Bay Area Photo Issue highlights sharp-eyed local visionaries

The curve of the lens

PHOTO ISSUE: An ode to the beauty of the boudoir photographer

Gods of distortion

Southern Lord's metal brigade makes another most excellent leap forward

Schoolyard bully

A charter high school uses legal threats to squeeze into Horace Mann Middle School without notifying parents or teachers

The politics of unity and division

Why does Newsom keep stabbing the progressive Democrats whose support he needs?

Face-offs

Hawaiian cheeseburgers at Café Zazo after stocking up at Rainbow

Reinventing San Francisco

We need to make sure development isn't just code for finding new ways to gentrify neighborhoods and displace existing residents

A new community congress

Bad times are great times to try new ideas - the second Community Congress convenes Aug. 14 and 15 at the University of San Francisco