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Volume 46 Number 21

The war at home

A veteran filmmaker returns with the Oscar-nominated In Darkness

Alive and kicking

New works by Minna Harri and Christine Bonansea at the Garage

Buy local: yoga edition

Drop that Lululemon and kit yourself up with these nearby retailers

Fighting prejudice, one student at a time

February 23, 2012

I believe my fellow pages and I exhibited something that was absent in the House of Representatives this past summer: communication and respect.

Whither indie?

As Noise Pop turns 20, tracing sound from Overwhelming Colorfast to Young Prisms

Krushin’ on

Party time with DJ Krush, Red Baraat, Black Rock Roller Disco benefit, Forest Green, and more

Kicky kitty

Storming the field -- and tasting the rainbow at Haltun

Compressing the press

What would a Bay Citizen merger with Center for Investigative Reporting mean for local journalism?

Volume 46 Number 21 Flip-through Edition

February 22, 2012
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Back to the Point

Kevin Epps updates his seminal 2001 documentary hit with Straight Outta Hunters Point 2

Ice Cream Bar

Step into the Wayback Machine: this new Cole Valley spot serves a panoply of delicious soda fountain treats

Heated debate

Bikram hot yoga's campaign for copyright has implication for the Bay Area scene

Down Dog break down

We rate the yogis -- which famous Bay Area yoga teacher is right for you?

Who gets to live here?

Renewed debates about housing policy will shape what kind of city San Francisco becomes

Editor’s Notes

The only way to preserve the middle class in the upcoming boom is to aggressively protect existing rental housing stock

Gascon and mayoral corruption

Glaring irregularites in Ed Lee's mayoral campaign should be investigated