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Volume 48 Number 38

Volume 48 Number 38 Flip-through Edition

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Who moved my cheese?

THE WEEKNIGHTER: Roar and whimper, Lion Pub's seen plenty of change

A heart in San Francisco

Performance legend Justin Vivian Bond's elemental romance with the city blossoms in new show 'Love is Crazy!'


TABLEHOPPING World Cup is ON, and here are some fun spots where you can watch the games (and eat and drink, too).

High on k.

The erstwhile suburban rap queen comes into her own -- and lands a spot on the Warped Tour

A high price

'Denali's Howl' investigates a 50-year-old climbing tragedy

Reel pride

What to see (or skip) as the huge Frameline 38 LGBT film festival takes over the city

Go with a smile

SF screenwriter Sam Hamm remembers 'Batman', 25 years later

Get up

Nightlife wakes up with Morning Gloryville, Loco Dice, Louie Vega, Maya Jane Coles, Grit & Glamour, Werd, more parties

Eight up

SF Ethnic Dance Festival spotlights classical Indian dance

Disrupting the classroom

Tech companies teach city kids programming skills

Dangerous delays

Four years after the San Bruno disaster, PG&E still isn't fixing its potentially faulty natural gas pipelines on schedule

Tenants can fight evictions and win

 By Tyler Macmillan OPINION Every year, around 3,500 formal eviction lawsuits are filed against residential tenants in San Francisco Superior Court. Contrary to popular...

Justice delayed is justice denied

EDITORIAL Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors who try to identify with both the progressive movement and business-oriented Mayor Ed Lee —...

Breaking the chains

Rival measures updating SF's formula retail controls stir controversy and debate