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Volume 45 Number 41

Buggin’ out

Michael Rapaport goes searching for A Tribe Called Quest

Black and white and red all over

The San Francisco Silent Film Festival unearths a USSR classic

Volume 45 Number 41 Flip-through Edition

July 13, 2011
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Couscous with Al Qaeda

TRUE TRAVEL TALES: Eating my way through the Arab Spring

Foxy saves

Foxy Brown's 1999 album Chyna Doll deserves a filthy-fun place in the summer jams pantheon

Calling the doom tune

San Francisco Mime Troupe's new show lambastes apocalypse as capitalist distraction in 2012: The Musical!

TV party

It could happen: 1972 TV movie The Man, playing at the Vortex Room, imagines -- gasp -- a black president

Hot reels

Sizing up YBCA's retro porn fest

The toast of London

TRUE TRAVEL TALES: Splashing through the British capital's cocktail scene

Bicicultura

TRUE TRAVEL TALES: Cruising the Buenos Aires bike scene

Ariel Soto-Suver’s world of animals

Pygmy elephants, Kinabatangan River, Borneo, Malaysia, 2010. My husband Sam and I spent three days along this river, spotting hornbills and proboscis monkeys. On...

Great Bay escapes

Taking a break at a few of our favorite nearby getaways. Plus: from bluegrass to mega-yoga, a list of upcoming outdoor festivals 

Big solar, little solar

Which renewable technology holds the key for a sunnier (and more democratic) energy future?

State park closures raise difficult issues

What's happening with Bay Area green spaces -- including a list of parks that will be affected

Parks Inc.

Rec-Park is trying to turn privatization into official city policy, but sponsors of a ballot measure are pushing back

Dismantle death row

Reconsidering the death penalty is particularly important at a time when the state is making cuts to our great public institutions

Editor’s notes

If SoCal wants to secede, who is stopping it?

End the BART cover-up

Stonewalling is a mistake for an agency with such an awful track record