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Volume 47 Number 47

Lone stars

Old-fashioned 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' claims a new genre: neo-neo-Western noir

Scenes from a marriage

'Cutie and the Boxer' showcases one artistic couple's functional dysfunction

Fizzling energy

Political stalemate impedes green power program

Volume 47 Number 47 Flip-through Edition

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Sublime nonsense

With Wet the Hippo, big-top veteran John Gilkey and associates explore the big bottom

Ham and cheese, please

TABLEHOPPING: Venetian seafood in the Castro, a boatful of brunch burgers, and all-you-can-eat jambalaya.

Flyin’ high

Oakland metal faves Ovvl keep it (almost) all in the family with a new album and upcoming tours


Two decades after its landmark album, My Bloody Valentine returns to SF

Product placement

Yummy stereo goods at Dijital Fix, giant sheep party, Soul Clap, Wolf + Lamb, Maurice Fulton, more nightlife

Brave new world

Mobile concerts apps vie for your credit card love and attention — what's next? And why should we care?

Waiting to connect

Years after a failed privatization scheme, SF is letting Google create its municipal Wi-Fi system

Spotlight shone on gentrification in West Oakland and SF

Two stories on the theme of gentrification and displacement — a topic we at the Bay Guardian have expended plenty of ink on —...

City College’s judges get judged

City College of San Francisco had its accreditation revoked by the Accrediting Commission of Junior and Community Colleges in July, and now the ACCJC...

Canned again

Safeway's two new recycling center closures add to impacts on small businesses and the poor

Can we get an amen?

OPINION Senior and Disability Action recently learned of the outcome of the case of the elder who was killed in a collision with a...

Protect local power and control

EDITORIAL There's a growing stench of political corruption — or, at the very least, hidden agendas aimed at subverting popular will in favor of...