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Volume 45 Number 34

Last train to Fuck Town

Rutger Hauer rides again in Hobo With a Shotgun

Volume 45 Number 34 Flip-through Edition

May 25, 2011
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(Wo)manhattan diaries

The strongest female touches in the Bay's bars

The sun rising

Seapony makes simple surf pop for the summer

Kindred spirits

Lumerians work together to create surreal interstellar music on Transmalinnia

Four for Popfest

Four Bay Area luminaries headline highly anticipated shows at this annual music festival

Stein time

David Greenspan presents Gertrude Stein's Plays

Pulp gaming

Notoriously pop-culture obsessed Rocksar Games uses a cinematic style to please noir aficionados

Arrested in rhythm

How the pulse of moombahton is infecting dance music worldwide

Earthly creations, unearthly longings

Week one dance at the San Francisco International Arts Festival

Hail Marys!

The folks at Burma Leaf 1 serve up delicious dishes with character to boot

Sushi Hunter

Take a break from red wine and Dean Martin soundtracks at this North Beach sushi spot

The secret life of Michael Peevey

California's top energy regulator rolls with power company executives behind the scenes

Power to the powerful

PG&E's proposed rate increase would hurt conservation and the poor

The death drug dealers

DEA launches criminal probe into states that illegally imported execution drug

Guardian takes seven awards

The Bay Guardian wins big at the Peninsula Press Club awards

Fatal stance

As the D.A.'s race heats up, the death penalty emerges as a big issue

On the chopping block in Oakland

Deregulating urban animal farming would create problems that multiply as livestock increases

Lee needs to make a decision

Interim mayor faces pressure to enter the race

Editor’s notes

The Wall Street Democrat-Progressive split has created an unsustainable Democratic party