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Volume 46 Number 28

I get by with the help of my local DIY classes

CAREERS AND EDUCATION: A day in the life of a sustainable urbanite

Bon voyage

At home with the Russians, from Berkeley's Ashby Stage to Moscow's Golden Mask festival

Ink equality

A new anthology of female comic book artists doubles as a networking tool

Dancing in the deep

Art and science meet and mingle in Capacitor's 'Okeanos'

Heading East: Artists in flux

One art collective joins a wave of San Franciscans who are moving to the East Bay

Found in translation

Haruki Murakami's interpreters discuss the art of building literature anew

Volume 46 Number 28 Flip-through Edition

April 11, 2012
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Weird me out

King Buzzo on longevity, lion taming, and Melvins Lite

Oh high!

Gear up for 4/20 with this smashing recipe from High Times' new cookbook

Whose house?

What does it mean that house has largely danced over the Bay Bridge? Plus: Brownout, 2562, and Twilight Circus Dub Sound System

If I could do it all over

CAREERS AND EDUCATION: Bay Area professors sound off on changing majors

Smoke and mortality

Can The Dancing Pig's smoked chicken mend a broken heart?

Two on the rise

The evolution of Bar Tartine and Txoko's European flair -- chilled cherry soup to Basque cider 

Heading East: The musician

Andy Duvall found room to grow in Oakland

Heading East: The photographer

Sasha Kelley moved to SF looking for artistic community -- and she moved away for the same reason

The problem with Laura’s Law

When it comes to embracing laws such as AB 1421, California voters know better

San Francisco’s loss

Heading East: San Francisco is losing much of its diversity, cultural edge, and working class to the East Bay -- can anything be done?

Heading East: The flight from San Francisco

Oakland's cultural ascendance is an indicator of SF's short-sighted prioritization of the rich