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Volume 46 Number 16

We want the airwaves

Where KUSF stands now, exactly 12 months after the shutdown

Abstract truth

Navigating an art movement — and a local gallery's history — in "Surrealism: New Worlds"

In the realms of the unreal

Wim Wenders' stunning Pina pays tribute to acclaimed choreographer Bausch

Higher and higher

SF Sketchfest wrings wet, hot laughs out of winter

BODY 2012

January 18, 2012

The Guardian Guide to Health and Wellness

Volume 46 Number 16 Flip-through Edition

January 18, 2012
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Staying on track

Top political leaders defend high-speed rail from right-wing attacks

Fresh and fancy-free

3 fantastic new thrifty dining options: Chubby Noodle, Roostertail, Galette 88

Try your luck

Riding the leftover-go-round at Oakland's Ly Luck

Get Gorey

Wax those handlebars: the massive Edwardian Ball returns. Plus: DJ Toph One benefits, Laurent Garnier, the Queen is Dead, more parties

Female trouble

Noir City X raises a glass to cinematic bad girls

Conflict revolution

Well-crafted A Separation examines a modern Iranian marriage

Way out East

A dose of American Realness amid the NYC festival season

Chem Dawg to the rescue

East Bay collective Kings of Destruction gets into graffiti, hip-hop, and medical marijuana advocacy

Wall played

Art Basel take two: Street art in Wynwood, it's complicated

What recession?

Art Basel Miami, take one: Buzz outflashed protest at this year's beachside art fair

Exporting our brains

January 17, 2012

As libraries close and tuition soars, a California university sets its sights on... China?

Editor’s notes

Mainstream media's got a funny sense of what objectivity means

Occupy Nation

Let's take back the country — starting now, by planning a tour to occupy the country