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Volume 47 Number 31

Aquarius rising

Free your mind and surrender to 'The Source Family'

Scenes from the struggle for economic justice

Oakland's Community Democracy Project, Bangladeshi sweatshop activists, California domestic workers, and more May Day warriors

Debt peons, unite!

Author David Graeber talks about capitalism, solidarity, and the war on the imagination

Volume 47 Number 31 Flip-through Edition

May 1, 2013
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A call to arms

OPINION No one can deny that the San Francisco of the new dot-com boom is a scary place to live. Rents are astronomical: $2,353...

Wealth vs. work

The tech sector has created great wealth — and worse inequality. Is that San Francisco's future?

A win for the tenants

A compromise that actually improves the current situation and could help slow the wave of speculative evictions

Mean Greens

Veg-tacular dishes and drinks at Cupola, Orbit Room, Market and Rye

Take the plunge

Falling for FACT/SF's 'Falling'

Short takes: SFIFF week two

Prince Avalanche, Computer Chess, The Strange Little Cat, Waxworks, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and more picks from the huge fest

‘Maximus’ through Flarf

Updated Norton Anthology of Postmodern American Poetry updates updates updates

Skate or die

Improvisational pianist Jason Moran brings the skatepark to the jazz hall

Love spells trouble

For Bleached, LA is the city of sisterly love. Plus Stero Total, Mariee Sioux, Mike Patton, more

So SoMa

Crave's locally made, high design vibrators-data sticks. Plus, the week in sex events

Rough, rough

Life in the semi-pros with the Nor Cal knights and the North Bay Rattlers

Special occasion eviction

In the face of eviction, will Mission favorite Latin Bridal continue to grant quinceañera dreams?