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Volume 48 Number 19-

February 5 – 11, 2014

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Volume 48 Number 19 Flip-through Edition

February 5, 2014
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The trouble with compromise

"It takes no compromise to give people their rights... It takes no money to respect the individual. It takes no political deal to give...

Hit the road

Pack your overnight bag, we’re going to Napa! It’ll be fun, we promise

Q up

Era-defining local legend DJ Qbert scratches out his first album in 16 years, Extraterrestria

The return of Pyno Man

Plus: 1-2-3-4 Go! Records needs help; A Million Billion Dying Suns get heavy at the Knockout

Ennui the people

Life lessons (my friend is an alien, what do I do?) abound at SF IndieFest as it turns sweet 16

Mann up

PFA lures Anthony Mann's crime noirs out of the shadows

Strings of life

Kronos Quartet comes back to wow. Plus: DJ Hell, House Shoes, Rebolledo, Poolside, Nonstop Bhangra, Kele Okereke, more parties

Momentum moment

The Black Choreographers Festival celebrates 10 years with an energetic, ambitious program

…And horror for all

Metallica's Kirk Hammett melds metal and monsters for his first 'Fear FestEvil'

Airbnb under fire in New York

joe@sfbg.comAirbnb, a mainstay of the "sharing economy" that connects hosts with guests for short-term apartment rentals, allegedly flouts city and state regulations across the...

Fresh out

Not all neighborhoods are equal when it comes to healthy food access

Guns, gods, and government

EDITORIAL Humans tend to believe that we're smarter than we really are. It's a problem that can be exacerbated by concentrations of wealth and...

Did Feinstein see a drone?

For years now, Bay Area organizers with the antiwar group Code Pink have been staging protests outside the Pacific Heights residence of Sen. Dianne...

In the dark

Bay Area plaintiffs seek legal memo justifying drone strikes against US citizens

Conservative star in ‘Monologos de la Vagina’ replaced

Following national controversy over the resignation of a politically conservative actress from the local Spanish-language production of The Vagina Monologues, producer Eliana Lopez announced...

Cities face legal obstacle to safer biking

San Francisco has been blazing the trail toward safer cycling with innovative designs such as cycletracks, or bike lanes that are physically separated from...

Residents vs. tourists

How many rent-controlled apartments is Airbnb taking off SF's housing market?