Volume 46 Number 18
February 1-7, 2012
Heliotrope brings new local beauty products to light
After 50 years, Lionel Rogosin's groundbreaking film Come Back, Africa finally gets its due
Carol Channing: Larger Than Life celebrates a legend
A cannabis kid grows into a weed entrepreneur
Gelfling classic The Dark Crystal is 30 years old -- join the celebration at Castro Theatre, but watch out for Skeksis
Build your own bamboo steed in this new Tenderloin shop
On the Rise: Graphic designer Scott Hansen creates danceable soundscapes, keeps riding the 'Dive' wave
Moombahton mavens, doom metal masters, post-apocalyptic art wavers: 12 local music acts you need to know this year
Will downtown quarantine progressives? A draft proposal from the Guardian Community Forum for new supervisorial districts
The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency is gone, but questions remain about how its authority was absorbed by the Mayor's Office
What are the lessons from the conflicts of the latest Occupy Oakland action?
Burning Man ticket fiasco renews criticism of SF-based Black Rock City LLC
Marjoe (and other praise-worthy oddities) at "The Second Coming of the Vortex Room"
Paufve Dance reinterprets history in standout So I Married Abraham Lincoln
The 49ers have fizzled; pork jowls at Halu can help
BODY: February fitness and spa specials shape you up for spring
We'll probably never be able to afford to eat here again, so this review -- including Alba white truffles, suckling pig, and hints of Calvados -- will just have to do.
Le Vice: The hybrid pop foursome boasts Rick James basslines and swaggering rhymes
On the Rise: Seasoned SF musicians lay claim to chilly synth with Forever
On the Rise: The doomy metal duo keeps pounding it out
On the Rise: Secretive chainsaw pop favorites finally release debut full-length 'Killing Time.'
Small tweaks could make the city's road to sustainable power a lot less bumpy
On the Rise: The Mission group incorporates the sound of mopeds into its 'psychedelic grandma rock'