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Volume 45 [2010–11]

Hiding the condoms

Safeway's decision to move condoms into locked cabinets worries public health advocates

Consequences of inaction

How the breakdown in sunshine enforcement leads officials to destroy public documents and defy unwelcome inquiries

Coyote moon

Singing the Baby Blues BBQ

“And that’s when I came”

SEX ISSUE: A steamy tale of SF sex from Bawdy Storytelling

From an epic, a classic

The return of Mark Morris' remarkable Dido and Aeneas

The last supper

Food writer Paul Reidinger bids farewell after more than a decade covering the San Francisco food scene

Difficult loves

In praise of Raúl Ruiz's elaborate Mysteries of Lisbon

Twee of life

Gus Van Sant's Restless delivers cute overload

Heart it or hate it

Welcome back, emo kid

Because Princess says so

SEX ISSUE: The mastermind behind Kink.com's "Wired Pussy" and "Public Disgrace" sites finds power in perversion

A case for Avalos, Yee and Dufty

An SEIU 1021 political organizer explains his union's ranked choices

Editor’s notes

Is Obama's tax on the rich too little, too late?

SF’s foreclosure crisis

Banks bill the city for $115 million to foreclose on its residents

Brrap! Brrap!

Herbwise: In the Bay, every night is reggae night

Volume 45 Number 50 Flip-through Edition

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Harsh times

Mule asks: Do outlaws love drug-running or is it the economy, stupid?

Caves of forgotten dreams

Brice Bischoff's "Cave X" and Colin Christy's "Wild and Scenic" turn the outside inward

Vive Vigo

A new DVD set celebrates Jean Vigo's evergreen films

Green dreams

Two documentaries on the lives of garbage pickers


Staging well-crafted feats of new all-American, neatly tucked away from the Valencia Street h-words

Fighting to be free

Promising choreography and stellar dancing in works by FACT/SF and Lenora Lee

Bottoms up!

Naked wines, rogue brews, family vines, upcoming booze to-dos: Drink with us through the luscious Beer and Wine Issue

Three is the so-so number

Resistance 3 

Still weird after all these years

SF Fringe Fest turns 20