Volume 48 Number 36
THE WEEKNIGHTER Through the back door at Bourbon & Branch
SF Opera makes a splash with a classic American musical
TABLEHOPPING Red Dog trots into SoMa, Chino wants to party in the Mission, Dine About Town hits the streets, and Uno Dos Tacos comes patio-ready.
The Fresh and Onlys' Tim Cohen ditches the city for rural Arizona and returns with a new record — and new tensions
Bay Area bands breathe new life into a salty, windswept West Coast tradition
67 delicious (and cheap!) pleasures of summer -- for under $10
It's a good time to be a fan of vintage exploitation cinema
Barbie art, wicker kittens, Harry Who, and jingle bells at DocFest 13
Bidding panglobal funk weekly party Afrolicious adieu after seven great years. Plus: Steffi, DBX, Worthy, J. Rocc, Wicked, more nightlife
ODC's Walking Distance Dance Festival offers a fine mix of contemporary dance
Mayor Ed Lee drafts a policy allowing him to delete emails deemed "routine."
Randy Shaw quietly gets city funds for his Tenderloin Museum from a Mayor's Office he loudly promotes
A community is left reeling by sudden changes at Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco's oldest alternative non-profit arts space.
Ryan Chamberlain described history of depression, being burned by political losses in cryptic note