Volume 45 Number 45
The return of Erase Errata, right, reawakens our inner thrasher, while Bronze's new album Copper gives us dreams of Nico.
Cybertronic feathers: Detroit techno resurges, including upcoming appearances by Claude Young, Theo Parrish, Derrick May, and Kevin Saunderson
With over 350 people that make this city great
Filmmakers don't get more violently influential than Herschell Gordon Lewis
Outside Lands sounds better than ever in its fourth year
Miranda July grapples with the weirdness of the familiar in The Future
The carnival-themed restaurant in Hayes Valley wins our teddy bear with playful plates
Our Outside Lands food-concert pairings
Can global turbulence be channeled towards positive change?
Outside Lands highlights that have nothing to do with music
Sneaky's BBQ: plenty spicy, but good enough for dessert?
CAREERS AND EDUCATION ISSUE: The ups and downs of entrepreneurship on Kickstarter
CAREERS AND EDUCATION ISSUE: Gotta work for cheap? Scope out some of the Bay's best internships
CAREERS AND EDUCATION ISSUE: The evolving state of high school newspapers
CAREERS AND EDUCATION ISSUE: Non-credit courses for upping your social worth abound
With Last Rites, veteran metal band Pentagram finds a new beginning
San Francisco strengthens protections for low-wage workers as the economy worsens
One San Franciscan's letter to Ed Lee
Environmentalists want to tear down O'Shaughnessy Dam and restore the Hetch Hetchy Valley, but does their plan hold water?
Does Ed Lee's recent flip-flop signal a return to the bad old days of City Hall?
Burning Man launches nonprofit aimed at spreading its culture and art