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Volume 45 Number 27

Appetite: Island bites, part one

With an increased number of flights to Hawaii -- accompanied by correspondingly more competitive airfares -- including resumed direct routes out to Kauai, it's...

Volume 45 Number 27 Flip-through Edition

April 6, 2011
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Found in translation

From ancient Greek to modern French, Bay Area theatre explores the possibilities of translation

Inside job

Beardo's take on Rasputin reaches deep, fishes around, and comes up perfectly weird 

Two for the road

Moving on from San Francisco, Moon Duo travels through Mazes

Hare-raising

And you shall know a few truths about Lightning Bolt

Acid-washed terror

Blood Junkie reviews the source material of teen horror

Look downward, angel

The story of San Francisco -- as told by manhole covers, sewer vents, and patent stamps

Tome time

The 30th Northern California Book Awards honors the best in Bay Area publishing

Working on it

Four California groups that are fighting for good, green jobs

It’s not easy being green

But our green resource guide is here to help

Threads of change

A fibershed activist wants us to consider our clothes

Hanna and her sisters

Bullets, babes, and the new breed of girl power

The joy of life

Bill Cunningham New York captures a reticent master at work 

Loco for Locavore

It's a lovely world in which chef Jason Moniz' local cuisine can be not just sustainable, but solidly delicious

Next step

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater battles to move beyond being fabulous

The real deal

San Francisco Body Art Expo brings ink to the masses 

Tilt-A-Whirling

Be inspired and informed by snow days and donut burgers

alt.sex.column: Positive too negative?

Dear Andrea:I'm having a problem with my girlfriend. "Grace" is the hottest girl I've ever dated, but things aren't going so well. She is...

Drawing a line in the toxic triangle

Advocates mount a regional push for environmental justice

Green days

An expurgated history of some key moments in Bay Area environmental history

Fishing for plastic

Project Kaisei hopes to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

From Wisconsin to San Francisco

Jeff Adachi's proposed pension reform is far from progressive

Man on the move

Burning Man moves to mid-Market and begins conversion to nonprofit status