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Volume 48 Number 17

SFMTA approves tech shuttle plan

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors approved a pilot program Jan. 21 that allows operators of private commuter shuttles to use...

Volume 48 Number 17 Flip-through Edition

January 22, 2014
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In light and shadow

Spiritual redemption and hard truths mingle in the West Coast premiere of 'Poro Oyna'

The basics

TABLEHOPPING: Pizza, burgers, banh mi, and brunch...what more do you need?

A comedian cursed

Michael Showalter defends dinner, under duress

Chillwave’s poster boy grows up

January 21, 2014

Washed Out's Ernest Greene on stepping out from behind the computer

The good witches of music tech

Musicians and the tech industry don't have to be the strangest of bedfellows

Global tension

Noir City 12 widens its focus — but it still ain't afraid of the dark

Death and life

Archetypal tales and vibrant cinematic voices reign at the African Film Festival

Swept away

SUPER EGO Oh hey -- we're not trendy! Plus: Subb-an, Robag Wruhme, Lucidity, Cazwell, Nick Monaco, more nightlife

Vanishing point

Hemorrhage takes on San Francisco's identity crisis

Tenant battle brewing

Housing activists and local politicians push parallel reform agendas

Positive starts

GOOD TECH ISSUE Toward a more holistic integration of technology into Bay Area life

Judging hackers

GOOD TECH ISSUE: Social Good Hackathon wants nerds, Luddites...and even the Guardian

By the people

GOOD TECH ISSUE: Opening government with tech has possibilities and pitfalls

Death and Facebook

GOOD TECH ISSUE: Social media can play an important role during tragedies

Hey whistleblowers

GOOD TECH ISSUE: We want your leaks!

Nickels and dimes… or transit for our times?

STREET FIGHT Much has been written about the so-called "Google buses" and San Francisco's latest round of gentrification. It's a horrible mess and the...

Protect pedestrians

More than 50 public commenters spoke at the Jan. 16 joint Police Commission and Board of Supervisors Neighborhood Services and Safety Committee meeting, and...

State of the City: spin over substance

It was maddening to watch Mayor Ed Lee deliver his annual State of the City address on Jan. 17. This was pure politics, from...

Manhattanization revisited

Is more, taller, and denser housing the answer to San Francisco's affordability crisis?