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Volume 46 Number 35

THE CLEAN SLATE

Our print-out endorsement guide to take to the polls for the June 5 election.

Little runaways

Wes Anderson's new film may be charming, but it's domesticated to a fault

Fit as a fig

An air of wisdom -- and sugared pecans at Blue Fig

Wall down, joints up

A journey through Berlin's burgeoning weed scene

Two for the road

The Color Wheel takes sibling rivalry to the extreme

Destroy build destroy

Dan Bejar brings a new lineup to last year's divisive Kaputt

Trans-formation

Mark Matos crawls back from the brink with a cosmic new alter-ego

Oakland gets jilted

SF scores with Warriors deal, but what will that mean for Oakland's economy and efforts to keep its other teams?

Housing and highrise offices

This city has a terrible jobs-housing mix

Reduce, re-use, replace

HANC challenges the city's eviction rationale by adding a community garden to its embattled recycling operation

Sunshine eclipsed

Supervisors reject Sunshine Ordinance Task Force members for stealthy political reasons

Tricky sings

Nixon in China director Michael Cavanagh on diplomacy's greatest opera

Deep dish

Stompy and Wicked parties rave into third decade, Kontrol loses it, Omar Souleyman, Dopplereffekt, more

On utopian frequencies

arts@sfbg.comCULTURE It's the tangible buzz I notice first, a tingling awareness of something important about to occur, followed swiftly by the realization that there...

Seafaring

APPETITE Fish makes me happy. Raw, grilled, seared, any which way. One new restaurant and one established favorite are glorifying the fish, and seafood...

Volume 46 Number 35 Flip-through Edition

May 30, 2012
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A different world

New venues and a line-up offering bold, sophisticated twists on tradition energize the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival