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Volume 48 Number 26

Volume 48 Number 26 Flip-through Edition

March 26, 2014
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Aloha, partner

THE WEEKNIGHTER: Tiki drinks, tiny umbrellas, and Hell's Angels history at North Beach's Hawaii West 

State of possession

Aaron Davidman's 'Wrestling Jerusalem' embodies the divide over Israel-Palestine

Spammy fries for all!

TABLEHOPPING: A trio of restaurant openings — Calvados, cheese cones, and craft beer, represent! — plus a new spot for loco moco, Spammy fries, and poke bowls.

Soul power to the people

March 25, 2014

Sharon Jones kicks cancer and hits the road with the Dap-Kings

Wigging out with Stephen Malkmus

Post-Pavement reunion and adventures abroad, the indie icon talks Beyoncé, Portland fishbowl syndrome, and embracing his classic-rock upbringing

Scream team

Movie guide 'Hidden Horror' is for fans, by fans

Life through the lens

Ross McElwee brings 'Photographic Memory' to the PFA

Lost in space

A new doc reveals 'the greatest film never made' -- Jodorowsky's 'Dune'

Hills are alive

Sing your heart out at Musical Mondays. Plus: TT the Artist, Sweater Funk, DJ Harvey, Mr. Oizo, Lex 17, more nightlife 

Natural selection

ODC/Dance unearths the Goldsworthy-inspired 'boulders and bones'

Boom for whom?

Why isn't San Francisco's hot economy creating a budget surplus to address its costly byproducts?

Unanswered question on SF housing

Nobody has a good answer to San Francisco's most basic housing problem: How do we build the housing that existing city residents need? It was a...

Reduce sex trafficking by addressing demand

March 25, 2014
 By Ellyn Bell and Minouche Kandel OPINIONMany people know that the Bay Area is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the US....

A fine dilemma

Increased citations often hinder homeless youth from finding better life

San Francisco’s untouchables

Is San Francisco trying to help the homeless -- or drive them away?

“Sharing economy” should share its wealth

EDITORIALThe valuation of San Francisco-based technology companies has been skyrocketing, with Airbnb reaching a reported $10 billion last week, Uber at about $3.5 billion,...

Draining the tank

Students push UC system to divest from fossil fuels, joining an international movement gathering soon in San Francisco