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Volume 48 Number 28

Volume 48 Number 28 Flip-through Edition

April 9, 2014
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How to survive as an artist in SF’s ‘new economy’

For the tech-savvy and the tech-averse -- our guide to riding out the city's latest transformation. We present "How to survive as an artist...

On the real

THE WEEKNIGHTER: Pulling into Sutter Station for a strong pour of no-bullshit

Opa!

TABLEHOPPING: Brunch is trying to win the meal popularity contest in SF — and hey, we finally got a souvlaki joint!

Mozart meets Method Man

Ensemble Mik Nawooj marries classical music with classic hip-hop — and enjoys the ruffled feathers

The Milkman delivers

CAREERS + ED ISSUE: How one guitarist's passion became a means of San Francisco survival

The hunger

Jonathan Glazer on his eerie, haunting alien tale 'Under the Skin'

Queen freak

Local club legend Phatima Rude lights up the Underground Film Festival. Plus: Derrick Carter, Rone, Aeroplane, Kink, more parties

Icon and on

A veteran company presents an old favorite — and an uneven pair of Bay Area premieres

From brushes to bytes

CAREERS + ED ISSUE Artists find their way into video games, despite a boom-and-bust industry

Art is hard

CAREERS + ED ISSUE: It's up to our artists to save the Bay Area from becoming like everywhere else -- if they can hang in there. Hang in there!

Get action

CAREERS + ED ISSUE: Local film schools prepare students for reel life

Spread your wings

CAREERS + ED ISSUE: Six courses to expand your artistic horizons

Brains, robots, and their evolution

What can we learn from technology, and what can it learn from us?

A farewell to tech

 By Hanna Johnson  OPINION When people hear that I'm bidding farewell to the tech industry — a career that appears to be gaining momentum...

Privatization of public housing

Many residents feel they're moving from the frying pan of Housing Authority control into the fire of developer and nonprofit management

A tale of two Google buses

The controversial tech shuttles are powerful symbols — or they're not — that are also causing real problems and benefits on the roads

Rising tide of plutocracy

EDITORIAL The pace of life under late capitalism seems to be speeding up these days, and so too have the bad news developments and...