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Volume 46 Number 22

The unidentifiable dance grooves of ESG

How a group of sisters from the South Bronx made music on the cusp of punk, no wave, and hip-hop

Back in sight

No longer missing psychedelic architect Roky Erickson

Awesome explosion

Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim get a billion to make a movie — and promptly blow it all — in Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie.

Volume 46 Number 22 Flip-through Edition

February 29, 2012
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The war is over. Fun won.

San Francisco nightlife is finally getting some political support

Maven

Superb cocktails and eclectic, well-paired dishes at this new destination restaurant in Lower Haight

Sideswise

Barbecued spaghetti in Mississippi -- and rotisseried chicken at SF's Morning Due Cafe

Revisiting the classics

Two veteran choreographers visit the Bay Area with groundbreaking new works

Dame good fun

Seedy delights from the 1930s sleaze up the Roxie in "Hollywood Before the Code: Nasty-Ass Films for a Nasty-Ass World" 

Agrarian visions

February 28, 2012

"Land/Use" exhibit examines pastoral lives through a contemporary lens

Nightlife: Fun plus jobs

February 28, 2012

San Francisco supervisor Scott Weiner on what clubs mean to our community

The mortage crimes

A new citywide study casts the fairness of SF foreclosures in doubt

The losing bets

How interest rate swap deals are causing local government agencies to pay millions of dollars to the biggest banks

Save our homes

Occupiers are still fighting foreclosures, from Bernal Heights to the doorstep of Wells Fargo's CEO

Club action!

Salsa, rocksteady, gay goth, electro-cumbia, hypercrunk, bhangra, zouk... the 62 parties you should be going to right now

Wicka wicka

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