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Volume 48 Number 13

Rockin’ New Year’s Eve

Let 2013 all hang out at these musical blasts

Volume 48 Number 13 Flip-through Edition

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One of us

Emotional monstrosities animate 'Edward Gant's Amazing Feats of Loneliness'

Mole and mezcal

Sabrosa serves up sophisticated Mexican dishes and drinks

2014 dreams

All the New Year's Eve parties you need to get your ring-a-ding-ding on in style

Pop psychology

This year, fathers loomed large (and caused havoc) at the multiplex

Year in Film: Jesse Hawthorne Ficks’ Eclectic 2013 Countdown

16. Oldboy (Spike Lee, US) and Drug War (Johnnie To, China/Hong Kong) Two films from two of the hardest-working filmmakers in the biz. Though...

Watch out!

THE YEAR IN FILM: Films in 2013 favored solo peril, moody self-discovery, and greed-fueled plunges

Bully pulpit

Why it doesn't "get better" for Carrie White

Spiking the box office

THE YEAR IN FILM: Looking back at a triumphant year for African American films

Clean Power SF still moving forward

news@sfbg.com Dec. 19 marked the 100th anniversary of the Raker Act, federal legislation that specifically called for San Francisco to directly distribute the water and...

Lee: Prioritize Affordable Housing

joe@sfbg.com Mayor Ed Lee announced an executive directive on Dec. 18 for all San Francisco government departments with a hand in housing development, to prioritize...

Dutch show how SF cycling could grow

 By Dara Colwell OPINION During rush hour, seeing the intersection at Weesperzijde and Meester Treublaan in Amsterdam would make a San Franciscan gasp. As...

Jesus was a socialist

EDITORIAL Christmas Day, here in the city of St. Francis, seems like a fine time to look at Jesus Christ, what he advocated, and what...

Hairy dilemma

Dogs in restaurants are more common than ever, despite being illegal for mere pets, a trend that service dog owners don't like

Homeless for the holidays

Changing demographics in the Bayview complicate city efforts to open a shelter there