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Volume 47 Number 42

Luscious Jacksons

There are too many Michael Jackson tribute nights -- there, we said it. Plus: Cajmere, Squrrrl, Safety Scissors, Underwater Nightlife, more

Trayvon Martin: Guns escalate conflicts

OPINION The tragedy of Trayvon Martin's death is not merely the loss an innocent young boy's life, nor the criminal justice system's failure to...

Trayvon Martin: Can it happen here?

OPINION Like many others I have been captivated by the proceedings in the Trayvon Martin case. Personally, and as a member of the Board...

Volume 47 Number 42 Flip-through Edition

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Labors of love

Teatro Jornalero Sin Fronteras makes common cause with the Imaginists

The dish on knish

TABLEHOPPING: Beer at Mikkeller Bar, wine at St. Vincent, coffee at Cafe St. Jorge -- how's that for a liquid diet plan. Plus: elegant knishes? They're real.

My stars!

In honor of her 10th year in the Guardian, a constellation of reader questions for our resident astrologer


From Bonny Doon to Supermoons: our 39th annual survey of Northern California naked fun in the sun

Rise and snack

Live shots from Burger Boogaloo, plus new Terry Malts, and deep sea nightlife 

Hysterical blindness

A false accusation devastates a man and his community in 'The Hunt'

Glamour revival

Vintage stars and restored celluloid gleam at the SF Silent Film Festival

Giraudo (and activists) close CPMC deal

The takeaway message from a July 11 press conference held in the Mayor's Office touting legislation authorizing California Pacific Medical Center's construction of two...

Kiwis score points as Oracle regroups

After a week of one-boat "races," an argument over rules, and an angry sponsor making waves in international media, it would be easy to...

Beginning on broke

Mayor Lee falling short on youth employment pledge as millennials face tough job market

Power struggles

Activists say Labor Council's opposition to CleanPowerSF could be a blessing in disguise

Burning Bacon

An inside look at a neighborhood dispute that became an international media feeding frenzy — and it's all about bacon