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Volume 45 Number 29

Volume 45 Number 29 Flip-through Edition

April 20, 2011
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Speak easy of the theme bar

The Wilson's snob-lite cocktail wins over a new convert

Beyond 420

Deep Green Festival offers an expanded view of cannabis culture

Why the Eagle is home

The Eagle isn't really as much a bar as it is an oddball equivalent of the old school public house

We who are not as others

Sibling revelry, the Zellner Bros. way

A bang and a whimper

A weird future awaits in End of Animal and other Kafka-inspired films

House haunters

The Selling takes a high-spirited look at real estate

Being Leonard Cohen

New Skin for the Old Ceremony is reimagined with short films

What to watch

The Guardian staff's short takes on the San Francisco International Film Fest's must-sees

Fondue Cowboy

A brief but distinctive menu of drippy share plates spurs diners to SoMa.

Laughing and screaming

Amara Tabor-Smith brings Our Daily Bread to CounterPULSE

Wicked, man

Twenty years of Full Moon madness with the Wicked party crew

Green today, gone tomorrow

Hayes Valley farm faces the reality of interim use

Kill your TV

Crawfish pieroghis and satsuma-flavored snow-blizzes

Obstructions abound

Dear Andrea:My wife and I are both about 41 and have been married 10 years. Our marriage has been satisfying except in one big...

Occupational hazards

Punching in with a few SFIFF films set in the workplace

When the feds come knocking

Electronic Frontier Foundation calls on major Internet companies to protect user privacy

Editor’s notes

The labor movement scores a win for the city

Stopping the garbage monopoly

No-bid contracts are a no-win situation for the city

Endangered Eagle may still have hope

Last-minute talks could save SF queer institution

Gascon’s futility

The candidate has nothing to say about corruption

Battling the banksters

Unions and progressive groups organize and protest to push for economic justice

Guardian named California’s best weekly newspaper

The California Newspaper Publishers Association gave the Guardian its coveted General Excellence Award April 16, in effect naming the Guardian the best large weekly...