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Volume 46 Number 29

3 spring cocktail trends

Sip on this season's haute new libations, from wine cocktails to fizzy bottled daiquiris 

7 vegan and gluten-free indulgences

FEAST: Superlative eats for limited diet, charcuterie to quesadillas

The private bus problem

Corporate behemoths crowd city streets and block Muni stops

Volume 46 Number 29 Flip-through Edition

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Gourmet fresh (and cheap)

Warm muffaletta, chicken meatball Reubens, fizzy Kvas ... Market and Rye, Anda Piroshki, and All Good Pizza hit the spot

Playing Joe Cool

le.chicken.farmer@gmail.comCHEAP EATS Last Straw Sullenger and me were walking. Just strolling around the corner, to Community Thrift, to see if they had some things....


Nightlife: Jeff Mills, The Tubesteak Connection, Rock It Science Laboratories, more

High holidays

Stick up for you believe in and party your ass off this 420

Summer camp on wheels

Two local bands are touring the Bay Area on bikes, and invite you to ride along

Alter egos

Labelmates St. Vincent and tUnE-yArDs play with characters

7 pretty tea parties

Pastel china, raised pinkies, and steamy pots: these are the city's best tea houses

4 Spanish treats

FEAST: From octopus terrine to gambas a la plancha, tapas is no time to tap out

Truth or consequences

Solid-gold lifestyles and agents provocateurs: SFIFF's documentary highlights

A hundred visions and revisions

SFIFF: Sam Green explores the geodesic world of R. Buckminster Fuller in new documentary

Into new territory

SFIFF: Sailing off the map with Patience, Found Memories, It's the Earth Not the Moon, more at San Francisco International Film Festival

The hunt for authentic Bay BBQ

FEAST: Join in on a -- successful -- hunt for stand-out sauces and beautiful brisket

In city workers’ shoes

While we court new businesses, we also need to reinvest in public employees

Pushing back

Reoccupied foreclosed Bayview house becomes a home base for the 'foreclosure fighters'

Free Muni for kids makes sense

A significant reduction in car use would more than pay for youth passes