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Volume 45 Number 40

The joy of joysticks

South Town Arcade is easy to miss -- but once within its "candy cabs" you may never leave

Volume 45 Number 40 Flip-through Edition

July 6, 2011
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Mayor Lee’s budget deal

The final blueprint isn't as bad as it could be -- but some key issues are still remain unsettled

Editor’s Notes

I think sleaze — and the appearance of sleaze — is a defining progressive issue

Campaign for the Woolsey legacy

We have to hold the North Bay congressional seat for the values that Lynn Woolsey has represented

Ghost Fleet wanderers

How three nighttime photographers snuck aboard the abandoned ships of Suisun Bay

Biting the Big Apple

Bay Area performers storm the New York Fringe Festival

Maniocs!

Contemplating morality, and the yuca at Nicaragua Restaurant

Toeing the tiara line

Why compete in a beauty pageant? Miss City By the Bay explains

Don’t fence him in

Envelope-pusher Miguel Gutierrez returns to San Francisco

Criolla Kitchen

Doing delta right in the Castro, with crunchy mirliton salads, shrimp po'boys, and of course, hush puppies

Na Nach hey hey

Getting down to the latest Na Nach trance, and partying with Taboo, Lee Foss, Lee Burridge, and the Tipper Sound Experience

The nonconformist

A retrospective (of new prints!) traces Bernardo Bertolucci's 50-year career

A minor place

The Mission school resurfaces with shows by Margaret Kilgallen and Chris Johanson

Is LEED really green?

How developers use a popular environmental certification program to sell projects and mislead the public

Fetish and armor

"I felt so much more powerful in those impossible heels, tits pushed up and out, cleavage for days..."