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Volume 46 Number 05

November 2-8, 2011

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Rhythm nations

The International Body Music Festival feels the beat from Oakland, Greece, the Canary Islands, and beyond

Frame missing

The unorthodox visions of "Not Necessarily Noir"

Occupational hazards

Geof Oppenheimer's politically charged new show at Ratio 3 juxtaposes polyphony with cacophany

Resurrection

The exquisite pain and rebirth of freak folkers Little Teeth

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Anyone but Lee

The incumbent is falling fast in the polls, and it's actually possible for Avalos to win

Remember, remember the 5th of November

How a 17th century British rebel became the symbol of resistance to American empire

On Guard!

The news you need to know this week: Herrera takes some flak, but pushes right back, while property interests reveal their support for Prop. E

Wine tales

Tasty new wine bars, contemplating Grand Cru at To Kalon, and a lively new book about vino

Drive, she said

Changing lanes -- and zooming toward sustainable sushi at Tataki South

†DE▲D ‡ D▲YS†

Local witch house label Tundra Dubs embraces the hexed sound of now. Plus: Paco Osuna, Braza! with DJ Nu-Mark, Eagle in Exile, and more parties

Deep south

3rd I's festival goes to Bollywood — and beyond

Beautiful pop

The many sides of up-and-coming virtuoso Jhameel

Mood setters

Water Borders draw out the inherit creep of vintage film

Homemade shaman

Dutch performance-maker Robert Steijn debuts in the Bay Area

Combat fatigue

Battlefield 3 offers an immersive multiplayer war experience. Shame about the story mission, though.

That’s amoré

HERBWISE: Getting high on love with the new cannabis aphrodisiac

The Guardian Clean Slate 2011

November 1, 2011

Avalos for mayor, Mirkarimi for sheriff: Our voter printout guide to take to the polls on Nov. 8

Vote for three but not Ed Lee

Your voting slate can keep the machine out of the mayor's office

Leave the occupiers alone

They're the poliltical heroes of 2011 -- the city needs to give them the respect that's due

Editor’s notes

Camping really can cause change

Flattened fences and strengthened bridges

Bay Area occupiers resist police, lend mutual support, and attract international attention