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Volume 46 Number 09

November 30-December 6, 2011

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Silence is golden

Michel Hazanavicius triumphs beyond homage with The Artist

Gypsy queen

Feeling fire with Theatre Flamenco of San Francisco and the Flamenco Room at Thirsty Bear. Plus, upcoming parties with Mark E., Danny Krivit, and some Mighty all-stars 

Clark shadows

Totally awesome video games! 1970s and 80s schlock director Greydon Clark gets a tribute, Joy Sticks and all

Astral projections

Performer Erin Markey brings her "home movies" to San Francisco

The ones you love

Nothing but ramen for 47 days to see Morrissey live

Carved up

Le Butcherettes' Teri Gender Bender on female rage, music, and misdirected meat

How does it make you feel?

Africa Hitech channels the intoxicating bass of the Jamaican sound system

Ongoing research

Celebrating 25 years of drug research with the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies

Dead horses and fool’s gold

Ventriloquism, alchemy: Ray Beldner at Catharine Clark and Leslie Shows at Haines

Swing, shift

Printz Dance Project pushes the limits of gravity with Hover Space

It’s all in the angle

Madison Young's new porn site puts the female gaze first and foremost

Grand re-entrance

Getting reacquainted with -- and diving into lemongrass noodle soup at -- Lotus Garden

A spirited winter

Hip Bittermens, Tempus Fugit crème de cacao, Scottish gin ... deliciously new and unusual liquors make gifting a treat

The message of 1968

November 29, 2011

Author Dave Zirin talks about a sports moment that changed the world

Public health and Occupy

November 29, 2011
By Sasha J. Cuttler OPINION On November 17, Mayor Ed Lee's administration declared OccupySF a "public health nuisance." The mayor and other city officials are...

The food divide

San Francisco is a city of haves and have-nots when it comes to nutrition

Hungry much?

California faces severe food aid gap in time of need

Whose park?

Proposal to build a large artificial turf soccer complex in Golden Gate Park sparks controversy

The problem of the UC police

Poor supervision, poor training and limited civilian oversight

Editor’s Notes

"It's crowded, it stinks like the piss of 5,000 doomed cows, and it goes on forever." (No, not the Republican primary, but close.)