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Volume 48 Number 08

Volume 48 Number 8 Flip-through Edition

November 20, 2013
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Family album

Margo Hall and Marcus Shelby craft a musical memoir in 'Be Bop Baby'

Sabrosito

TABLEHOPPINGTwo Mexican restaurants to get you fired up, and the sub shop of your dreams

Gray days

arts@sfbg.comTOFU AND WHISKEY New DIY record labels? Minimalist two-person ukulele bands? These are not the signs of fast-paced, modern, glossy hi-tech lifestyles. While San...

House party

How to make a home into a venue

Gobble online

Ordering heritage turkeys with Bill Niman

Born to lose

November 19, 2013

Alexander Payne's small-scale, deeply satisfying 'Nebraska'

Out of the fog

TURF dancing, God's country, Korean War musicals: this weekend's Cinema By the Bay festival showcases films with local ties

We are back

The SF underground roars again. Plus: Deltron 3030, 1002 Nights, Alland Byallo, Surya Dub, Danny Daze, more nightlife

Pop shop

The good, the meh, and the human-pretzel marvels of the SF International Hip Hop DanceFest

Parents under pressure

 In recent weeks, the San Francisco Unified School District held a series of community forums to ask parents what they think kids need...

New hope for arts nonprofits

 A few months ago, arts nonprofits CounterPULSE and The Luggage Store faced an uncertain future. New tech neighbors drove their rents sky...

Eviction epidemic spurs legislative solutions

Tenants, organizers and residents impacted by Ellis Act evictions packed the Board of Supervisors Chambers at San Francisco City Hall Nov. 14 for a...

The Presidio Strikes Back

As George Lucas' tech-focused art museum duels with history and nature museums for a key spot on Crissy Field, the Presidio Trust considers going big and allowing all three

After Prop 30, What’s Next? Reform Prop 13.

November 19, 2013
 By Matt Haney Proposition 30 was a big deal: It raised over $6 billion a year by increasing taxes on the wealthy, balanced the...

Developing divisions

Thousands of housing units are coming to market, but not many San Franciscans can afford them

Overstimulated

New fracking regulations fail to allay environmentalists' worries

Single-payer is the cure

EDITORIAL We're sorry to see all the problems surrounding President Obama's Affordable Care Act, which has made some important improvements to the country's healthcare...