Volume 46 Number 48
It's all about the signs at Mozzeria
Bryan McPherson struggles with contradictions in American culture
DJ Deevice gives the summer downlow, Dub Mission turns 16. Plus: Original Plumbing, the Field, more parties.
PB and please -- lunch goes above and beyond with sophisticated sandos
Pretentious 'Lawless' takes its moonshinin' way too seriously
Tsui Hark -- director of the awesome new Flying Swords of Dragon Gate -- talks 3D, IMAX, and returning to Dragon Gate Inn
Chasing the (sweet) dragon at San Francisco's candy stores
Musical experiences to dine for
Eat your Frank Ocean with a side of pop overs and jam, say the web geniuses behind site
The BrokeAss Gourmet teaches life skills with a side of peanut sauce
Facebook saw fit to block marijuana advocacy ads -- what does this say about public discourse on the Internet?
Say yes to Proposition 37 for the health of our families
Keith McHenry on the history of Food Not Bombs and how it's recently been occupied
The dirty generators powering a rapidly expanding number of mobile food trucks escape the attention of air quality regulators
Churches aren't the only option for free meals
The hospital means too much to the city to lose it
Harrington finally brings CleanPowerSF to City Hall, hoping his SFPUC legacy will be a city that produces its own renewable energy
Gourmet offerings, high-end snacks, and pop-up chefs come to rock festivals and music venues. Should you give a fork?