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Volume 45 Number 35

Waggoner for Police Commission

Despite reforms, we have a Police Department that is struggling to overcome credibility and morale problems

Volume 45 Number 35 Flip-through Edition

June 1, 2011
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Editor’s Notes

Yee and Avalos — right now, today — are doing the things they need to do to emerge from a crowded pack

Don’t undo ballot measures

Sup. Scott Wiener's proposal to allow the supervisors to amend (or, in theory, abolish) laws passed by the voters is a bad idea

Not in our neighborhood

District 2 residents and supervisor oppose housing projects for at-risk young people

Shaking the city

Chris Carlsson's new book takes on the legacy of 1960s SF

Vote your vote away

Sup. Wiener seeks authority for the board to change or repeal voter-approved measures

Awaiting consensus

The long-anticipated compromise pension reform plan still has a couple of key critics

Phantom menaces

Another Hole in the Head unleashes multiple malevolent ghosts. Plus: our guide to the film fest's horror highlights

Onward Toilet Bowl

Ending the flag football season on a sweet note -- and eating Irishish at the Liberties

Dancing in the light

Ledoh offers a new interpretation of butoh with Suicide Barrier: secure in our illusion at ODC

Morph

Decor provides the wit, food brings the cheer -- this Asian spot near Park Presidio is worth seeking out

A mother’s touch

Anna Magnani dazzles in Pier Paolo Pasolini's 1962 film, Mamma Roma

The importance of being self-important

Terrence Malick returns with The Tree of Life

Art fair city

Can artMRKT and ArtPadSF validate this city's role as a haven for visual arts?

‘AMERICA’ the beautiful

An open letter to Glenn Ligon

The mystery of Terry Malts

Beyond the secrets, this is an ass-kicking band

Finding the funk

Bootsy Collins didn't answer, so we turned to the funkology experts for an earful

Stalled out

Campo Santo takes Denis Johnson's Nobody Move for a spin that never leaves the driveway