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Volume 48 Number 35

THE GUARDIAN CLEAN SLATE

Our voting guide to take to the polls for the June 3 election

Hold ‘Steady’

Alonzo King's new work mixes dark threat into tenderness

T bagged

Trannyshack changes its name -- and the Internet explodes. Plus: Animal Collective, Glamamore, Maxxi Soundsystem, Last Nite, more parties.

Where evil grows

A small-town hero discovers his dark side in Jim Mickle's pulpy 'Cold in July'

Eternal beauty

SF Silent Film Festival unearths treasures and curiosities

In my room

Doe Eye retreats to her high school bedroom and emerges with a full-length debut. Plus: Papercuts' Jason Quever on writing, catharsis, and how he's not as depressed as everyone thinks

PrEP school

Daily use of drug to prevent HIV infection greeted with controversy

Guardian Intel: Guardian Clean Slate clip-out guide, Intersection for the Arts halts programs

GUARDIAN CLEAN SLATEOur clip-out guide to take to the polls for the June 3 election. Read our full endorsements at www.tinyurl.com/SFBGJune2014EndorsementsGOVERNOR: Jerry BrownLIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:...

Progressives challenge mayor’s abuse of authority

EDITORIAL Mayor Ed Lee has repeatedly overstepped his authority on behalf of the entrenched political and economic interests who put him into office, and...

Fool me once…

San Francisco wastes money on contractors with subpar performance records

Artists say vote for Campos

By Sara Jean Yaste OPINION David Campos stands up for the underdogs. And in this current state of capitalism U$A, we the people need to...

Cash backwards

Ten things San Francisco should fund -- and 10 things it shouldn't -- to create a fair, equitable, and forward-thinking city budget

Volume 48 Number 35 Flip-through Edition

May 28, 2014
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Ooh la la!

TABLEHOPPING The firehose of new openings continues, and we have some good-looking spots for you to check out, stat.

Oakland roundabout

Oscar Grant, Rodney King, and everyone in between make up the chains of cause-and-effect in Chinaka Hodge's 'Chasing Mehserle'

No web jukes

THE WEEKNIGHTER Exploring limits at quintessential Castro neighborhood bar Last Call