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Volume 46 Number 20

Living the green dream

Conservation (and good storytelling) inspire Ann and Steve Dunsky

A taxing situation

An interview with the tax attorney who is trying to save medical marijuana


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Success in excess

Is Ken Russell's awesome "The Devils" Satan's favorite movie? Sure, why the hell not.

This old house

"3020 Laguna Street in Exitum" transforms a doomed Cow Hollow domicile into nine site-specific artworks

Fire in the hole

Four new bars to get you hot 'n watered. Plus: "V", Rebolledo, Ewan Pearson, Brazil Carnaval Ball, Lil Miss Hot Mess, Ellen Ferrato, and Poolside parties


The Internet you see is based on your visual portrait -- who do advertisers think you are?

In the now

Opening-weekend triumphs at the 2012 Black Choreographers Festival

No country

"Bros Before Hos" tackles the rough business of being a man

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Shorts: More top picks from Noise Pop

Die Antwoord, Budos Band, Veronica Falls, the Creation Records documentary -- our best bets for this week's festival

No country

"Bros Before Hos" tackles the rough business of being a man

Junk bonds

Pho 2000 is the new bowl champion

State Bird Provisions

Jazzy flights of fancy (and a nice play on that eponymous bird) at this innovative, eclectic Fillmore newbie 

Everlasting Noise

Noise Pop 2012: It's 20 years for the massive music and film fest -- tender memories with Archers of Loaf, Cursive, Thao, and more


Noise Pop 2012: Is Glass Candy producer Johnny Jewel's recent project his allegedly scrapped Drive score?

The bubble is back

City policies are encouraging a new tech boom — but have we learned any lessons from the last one?

All the noise

Noise Pop 2012: Die Antwoord, Matthew Dear, Veronica Falls, and more must-sees at this year's huge music and film fest

Mayor Lee’s vanishing bike lanes

The mayor's resolution to create better bike lanes was exciting -- until he broke it

Bounce with me

Noise Pop 2012: New Orleans' Big Freedia will make sure there's "Azz Everywhere."

How business was done

Mayor Lee testifies in corruption lawsuit that could cost the city $10 million

Saving money on sunshine

Scott Weiner's call to audit the Sunshine Ordinance Task Force could be problematic

Editor’s notes

Bow down to Zuckerberg, our lord and master