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Volume 46 Number 26

Solo mio

Gianni Di Gregorio returns with a gentle sequel to Mid-August Lunch

Mister Vengeance

Iranian filmmaker Rafi Pitts' tense, taut Hunter

Domestic violence: A Latina, feminist perspective

Eliana Lopez's friend Myrna Melgar addresses the Mirkarimi case and how it was handled


Kicking it with burgers and the Verms at Thee Parkside

Southern obsession

Comfort comes a-callin': down home delights (and some tasty battered chicken) at Hops and Hominy, Hog and Rocks, and Front Porch

Volume 46 Number 26 Flip-through Edition

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Past, present, future

Choreographers Robert Moses and Sean Dorsey discuss their new, history-inspired works

Sis hop

Nightlife: Sisterz of the Underground return, Forward SF celebrates a decade, Lexington Club's queer quinceneara, more

Two incidents

On what the hell happened with SF medical marijuana last week

Marathon of sound

Eight hours of wildly eclectic acts -- and perhaps a giant flute or two -- at this Sunday's fifth annual Switchboard Music Festival

End the healthcare scam

OPINION Last year, after receiving data from San Francisco, the Wall Street Journal reported on an investigation into the use of health reimbursement accounts...

Elevating the issue

Domestic violence groups push for policy change

Extra points

Link follows the princess through the four-movement Legend of Zelda symphony

Sorting through scandal

Mirkarimi's case moves from the courts to City Hall -- raising tough political and logistical questions


Dancer-choreographers work through the pros and cons of getting older in Jess Meets Angus

Lost at sea

Could a world-class arts festival save the foundering America's Cup?

Barbed wire love

'Pretty Poison' slays with Tuesday Wells, Anthony Perkins at Castro Theatre