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Volume 46 Number 37


Nob Hill fine dining that might be worth the price tag -- cheese cart and all

Distant craving

L.E. Leone's new favorite restaurant is vegan? All aboard Nature's Express

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Out for more

Frameline celebrates 20 years of "New Queer Cinema" — and beyond

You @ the festival

YouTube, the tango, and all the definitions of strength are on display in Frameline's stellar documentary slate

Gimme more

Short takes from Frameline Film Festival

Most likely to succeed

With two new movies (and more on the horizon), Mark Duplass is on the cusp of household-name status

Same time next year

Sussing out the hits and misses of this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo

Possessions and concessions

Christina Anderson's Good Goods tells a supernatural tale haunted by real world tensions

This toke’s for history

A counterculture icon captures the imperfection of weed's hippie renaissance

The prestige

Stop picking on our DJs! Plus: The magician, Dimitri from Paris, Deepblak, and more fabulous low-falutin' nightlife. 

Suspended state

Californians lose extended unemployment benefits as recession lingers

Get wet

SUMMER DRINKS: Upcoming Bay Area drink events

Summer ale-manac

SUMMER DRINKS: Sours, s'mores, sessions, stouts -- the brews to choose for the season

What $40 million buys

If you own the megaphone, the transmitter, and the mouth, we are not equal -- especially when it came to the cigarette tax

The great car slowdown

Could lowering the speed limit help us reach our biking goal by 2020?

Hospital standoff

A skeptical Board of Supervisors opens hearings on the massive, high-stakes CPMC project

The biggest burn ever

BLM sets Burning Man's population at 60,900

Who to drink

SUMMER DRINKS: Five bartenders look to the past to create some of the Bay's best cocktails -- and tell you what to sip for summer.

No time wasted

Japandroids' 'Celebration Rock' lives up to its name