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Volume 48 Number 01

Volume 48 Number 1 Flip-through Edition

October 2, 2013
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Hearts on fire

Studium Teatralne makes its Bay Area debut with a heroic Holocaust tale

Wingin’ It

TABLEHOPPING Pastrami waffles, Exile on Main Street, and some darn good chicken flippers

Hardly strictly anything

emilysavage@sfbg.comTOFU AND WHISKEY A precious indie rock troubadour from Omaha, a comedy legend, and an aging punk icon — not exactly the types you'd...

Drive time

'GTA V' creates the ideal world for doing bad, bad things

Eat your meat

Indie horror director Jim Mickle talks 'We Are What We Are'

Go north, film fan

If you're gonna make the journey across the Golden Gate Bridge, the movie better be worth it, right? Fortunately, the 2013 Mill Valley Film...

City chicken

No ruffled feathers: Bass master Claude Vonstroke on alien surfer dudes, EDM big boys, and new album 'Urban Animal' 

Quiet powerful

Joe Goode Performance Group's 'Hush' speaks volumes

Whales protected from ships in SF Bay

Whales and marine mammals in the San Francisco Bay and along the California coast are being protected by new policies that will help prevent...

Industrial hemp legalized in California

After being stuck in legislative limbo for 14 years, industrial hemp will soon be a legally sanctioned agricultural crop in the state of California.The...

Community not criminalization

October 1, 2013
 By María Poblet OPINION San Francisco is poised to break ground in defense of immigrants, an important step towards turning the tide against the...

Rights and wrongs

Police and prosecutors use bureaucratic confusion to keep assets they seize from the innocent

Endorsements 2013

Stop the 8 Washington project! No, no, no on B, no on C, yes on A, re-elect Hererra. Our guide to the Nov. 5 elections

Project Censored

Annual media watchdog list critiques coverage of whistleblowers and wealth gaps -- and the notion of journalistic objectivity