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Volume 45 Number 36

Not the face!

Smacks of nightlife mischief: Wig Out Wednesday, Loose Joints, Sunset Treasure Island Picnic, Dave Nada, Mall Madness, and more

Sing out, sister

BAR CRAWLER: Dashing through choice karaoke dens

Make a splash

BAR CRAWLER: Rediscovering North Beach's plethora of charm at a dozen bars

Alameda all at once

BAR CRAWLER: Raising hell on wheels in the Island City

Volume 45 Number 36 Flip-through Edition

June 8, 2011
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Tipping point

Battle for a Police Commission appointment reflects ongoing problems in the department

Lee should veto Parkmerced

The deal would lead to the demolition of 1,500 units of rent-controlled housing

Behind the all-smiles budget

Mayor Lee's budget stops the bleeding — but doesn't repair the damage

Cold comfort

Ducking and tucking into Great Eastern Restaurant in Chinatown

Amaaazin’ fruits

National Queer Arts Fest, Queer Women of Color Film Fest, Fresh Meat X ... Pride month hits its stride with art and parties up the yin-yang 

Stopping foreclosure secrecy

Real people are enduring the devastation of foreclosure processes because of the excesses of bankers and investment firms. By Phil Ting and Kevin Stein

Father’s day

Mike Mills' autobiographical Beginners traces one man's late-in-life liberation

Ladies first

Kinuyo Tanaka and other legends command the screen in "Japanese Divas"

Wheel in the sky keeps on turnin’

Italian docu-essay Le Quattro Volte out-Malicks Malick

Truly, deeply, sweetly

Yours Truly's unique musical blogcasts, often filmed in the Mission, have taken over the indie-net

Tour de tasting room

BARCRAWLER: Three personal pours in wine country

Return to Barbary Lane

New musical Tales of the City debuts (where else?) in San Francisco -- and nostalgia reigns supreme

A fountain of Penn

The Pacific Film Archive's "Arthur Penn: A Liberal Helping" shows the noorious director in full

Wanderlust

In his new studio, Joe Goode sculpts a new work, The Rambler

Don Pisto’s

Hamburguesas in Margharitaville (and mussels with housemade chorizo) -- this bustling little spot brings adventurous Mexican to North Beach

Around the bay, around the world

The 33rd San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival embraces a variety of cultures — and new venues