Home Volume 46 [2011–12] Volume 46 Number 06

Volume 46 Number 06

November 9-15, 2011

  • No categories

Timber war returns

Environmentalists revive campaign to stop the clearcutting of forests in California

Cold snappy

Arctic charred with Koze, Yelle, Falty DL, Tiago, Prosumer, and more nightlife warmers

GOLDIES 2011

November 8, 2011

Presenting the 23rd Annual Guardian Outstanding Local Discovery Awards, our tribute to the vibrant local arts scene

GOLDIES 2011 Lifetime Achievement: Ingrid Eggers

When she talks film her whole face lights up, a beatific glow.

GOLDIES 2011 Lifetime Achievement: David Meltzer

"Of course, when I got here, the first place I went to was City Lights."

GOLDIES 2011: Tammy Rae Carland

Offering photographic retorts to hoary stereotypes

GOLDIES 2011: Paul Clipson

A keen appreciation for the interrelation between fine-grained detail and expansive volumes

GOLDIES 2011: Dirty Cupcakes

"We didn't even have a band, but we had the name."

GOLDIES 2011: Katie Faulkner

Dance as "a sense of looseness and abstraction"

GOLDIES 2011: Ana Teresa Fernandez

A glossy realism that foregrounds physicality and sensuality

GOLDIES 2011: San Francisco Hip Hop DanceFest

More than 100 applicants this year, from as far away as Kenya and Uganda

GOLDIES 2011: Philip Huang

"The room — you're in it. You're aliiiive!"

GOLDIES 2011: Religious Girls

The arty noise act's music is that of the futurist multitasker

Occupy Yolkland

Breaking it gently at Montclair Egg Shop

Confit basteeya, garlicky marrow

Four standout meals: Aziza, Prime Dip Sandwiches, Grill House Mediterranean, and the Haven preview dinner at Plum

The growing 99 percent

Student and faculty groups take to the streets, adding to the Occupy movement

Rat trap

Cities, activists, and animal lovers push for less toxic ways to control rodents

The odd evictions at Parkmerced

Suddenly, low-income tenants could lose homes over water, garbage fees

Helping the 99 percent — with less

La Raza Centro Legal fights to address the issues raised by Occupy, and it needs support

Welcome to Marijuanaland

HERBWISE: A new book takes a look at Norcal's Emerald Triangle weed industry

Editor’s notes

Occupy Oakland doesn't need broken windows to get its message across

End the death penalty in 2012

If we can't muster a death penalty ban on moral grounds, what about economic ones?