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Volume 46 Number 02

Editor’s notes

After nearly 30 years at the Guardian, Tim Redmond reflects on Willie's World

The right track

All aboard for San Francisco Trolley Dances 2011

Volume 46 Number 2 Flip-through Edition

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It’s good to be bad

The Bad Seed legacy gets multi-generational with 1995's Mommy 

Lesson plan

Dark Porch Theatre explores familial foreignness in Tutor

Island time

From Angolan kuduro and gauzy psychedelia to local garage punk and silent disco: It'll be a packed weekend of Treasure Island Music Festival's chords and beats

Mystic wanderings

Gardens & Villa navigates the road often traveled

Classic style

Genre-defying local act Extra Classic plays retro-grooves on its new LP

Strive to fail

What new books by Chicken John and Reverend Billy have to say to the young occupiers in our streets

Uncomfortable truths

The SF Arts Commission's "SHIFT" asks America to put aside its discomfort and talk about race

Under my umbrella

You-versus-pho challenges, sizzling hot chocolate: find your rainy day adventure at these bars and restaurants

‘Tis better to dip

Piling on the pierogis at Giordano Brothers

Korean wave

Eel ssam, bibimbap, and hefty beers -- new spots for Seoul food abound. Appetite columnist Virginia Miller takes us on a tour of the best

A decade of DocFest

Gamers, rappers, heroes, and more at SF's quirkiest festival

Crackdown came from the top

Mayor, chief agreed to seize Occupy SF protest gear

SF’s foreclosure crisis

Kicking people out of their homes is costing the city $42 million 

On Guard!

Lee lets businesses raid health funds, restaurants back Chiu, and Ellison offers a sneak-peek to America's Cup labor standards

Inside the occupation

With its general assemblies, People's Mic, and chants of 'We are the 99 percent,' OccupySF gains momentum despite a police crackdown

Feds crack down

Dispensaries around the state draw heat, from tax scares to seizure threats

The Occupy Wall Street platform

Focusing the message will make the difference in next year's elections

Editor’s notes

Leninists? Hardly -- Occupy Wall Street protesters are all about consensus