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Volume 48 Number 36

Volume 48 Number 36 Flip-through Edition

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Secret passages

THE WEEKNIGHTER Through the back door at Bourbon & Branch

Rolling along

SF Opera makes a splash with a classic American musical

Hungry, thirsty

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.

To the desert and back

The Fresh and Onlys' Tim Cohen ditches the city for rural Arizona and returns with a new record — and new tensions

Nature kids

Bay Area bands breathe new life into a salty, windswept West Coast tradition

The treat sheet

67 delicious (and cheap!) pleasures of summer -- for under $10

Vinegar and salt

It's a good time to be a fan of vintage exploitation cinema

Peculiar thrills

Barbie art, wicker kittens, Harry Who, and jingle bells at DocFest 13

Movin’ on

Bidding panglobal funk weekly party Afrolicious adieu after seven great years. Plus: Steffi, DBX, Worthy, J. Rocc, Wicked, more nightlife

Stroll tide

ODC's Walking Distance Dance Festival offers a fine mix of contemporary dance

“E” is for “evidence”

Mayor Ed Lee drafts a policy allowing him to delete emails deemed "routine."

Trading favors?

Randy Shaw quietly gets city funds for his Tenderloin Museum from a Mayor's Office he loudly promotes

Standing Up for Children Exposed to Trauma

By Suzy Loftus OPINION Sasha's only 9 years old, but she has already experienced significant trauma and adversity. Whenever her father drank too much,...

At the crossroads

A community is left reeling by sudden changes at Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco's oldest alternative non-profit arts space.

End the open primary experiment

EDITORIAL This week's primary election on June 3 occurred after Guardian press time for this issue, but there's one conclusion that we can draw...

Political insider targeted for possessing explosives

Ryan Chamberlain described history of depression, being burned by political losses in cryptic note