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Volume 47 Number 27

The truth conquers all

Will a 25-foot buffer zone keep anti-abortion protesters from freaking out Planned Parenthood patients? 

New life

Remembering SF psychedelic house pioneer Scott Hardkiss. Plus: Charlie Horse, Tensnake, V.I.V.E.K., Francois K., and more nightlife

Ennui and I

Pen-ek Ratanaruang's 'Thai Dreams' screen at YBCA

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CAREERS AND ED: She’s got it

Browntourage builds a new network for the Bay's young, hot, and conscious

CAREERS AND ED: 5 fun classes

Learn to quilt, strike a pose in a museum, or indulge your inner Francophone

CAREERS AND ED: Learn to eat

5 classes that teach you to fork and swallow the right way

CAREERS AND ED: Bend over, boardroom

Beatrice Stonebanks wants to teach you how to be a corporate dominatrix

CAREERS AND ED: Top 10 careers

Your best bets for making money and getting a job

The other home team

Sports: Living for Lowrie, and weighing in on the A's

Tech Bubble 2.0

Ah, but here we go again

Conflicted dictator

'The Madness of the Elephant' uses music and dance to chart Guinea's political history

The art of staying put

The area is thriving, but will Mid-Market arts center plan survive the tech boom?

Time to enforce the law

Airbnb owes the city some money -- will we ever collect?

Dirty war over clean power

City program attacked by PG&E allies — and enviros

Are you experimental?

SF Cinematheque unleashes Crossroads 2013

Sabor de Oaxaca

Tasting our way through Southern Mexico's cultural and culinary capital

Two men, one spark

More than 40 years of Sparks, East Bay hip-hop royalty Glam.I.Rock, and UK goth-poppers Esben and the Witch

Precious Metal

With the release of her dark, avant-pop sophomore album, Oakland's Metal Mother is free to pursue her primal side

Three for the road

Garry Winogrand, Lebbeus Woods, and Christian Marclay at SFMOMA