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Volume 48 Number 18

Volume 48 Number 18 Flip-through Edition

January 29, 2014
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Horsing around

TABLEHOPPING: The Lunar New Year is here, and it's time to feast. Plus: powerhouse pop-ups, sandwich shops rising from the ashes, and more.

Expose yourself to art

Deborah Cullinan and Marc Bamuthi Joseph talk creative ecosystems and Young Jean Lee's 'Untitled Feminist Show'

Young at heart

The Magik*Magik orchestra gets nostalgic for childhood at the ripe old age of 5

Radio Romance

MUSIC: BFF.fm is the new cool kid in town

The language of hope

January 28, 2014

With its current poet laureate, SF's literary scene is enjoying a poesía en español renaissance

Mumble, mumble, murder

A photographer shoots fake crime scenes in Joe Swanberg's meta-thriller '24 Exposures'

Throw ’em back

Taking shots at a couple real classics. Plus: Loose Shus, last Debaser ever, Go BANG!, Kafana Balkan, more parties

To the occasion

'RISE' an uneven effort for Robert Moses' Kin

Broken bodies, broken lives

Lax rideshare regulations put drivers, passengers, and pedestrians at risk

H. Brown: Goodbye to all that, we hope

OPINION While we mourn the tamping down of the fiery progressive idealism that characterized City Hall in the early 2000s, we celebrate the departure...

City ignores public on bus plan

EDITORIAL San Francisco's tech bus saga has proven to be a source of fascination to national and international media outlets. Blockades of Google, Apple,...

Drought

Driest year in California history sparks arid memories and previews the warmer world we're creating

“Tale of two Davids” elevates Campos

David Campos presented "a tale of two Davids" Jan. 23 in his first debate with David Chiu in their race to replace Assemblymember Tom...