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Volume 48 Number 41

Drop a house

SUPER EGO Will Pink Saturday go the way of Halloween in the Castro? Plus: Wizard of Odd, Soundwave Festival, Bardot A Go Go, and Esta Noche's return (for one night only!)

Volume 48 Number 41 Flip-through Edition

July 9, 2014
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The mayor of tiki

THE WEEKNIGHTER: Laughing with strangers -- and trying not to black out -- at Trad'r Sam

Turning the tables

'Fury Factory' unleashes ensemble-driven performances

Japanese dreams

TABLEHOPPING Downtown workers, here's your new lunch spot. Sushi lovers, lock Pabu on your radar.

Breathing room

LEFT OF THE DIAL Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner on the band's new sound, and the doubts she overcame to create her favorite record yet. Plus: BARF #2, and Viracocha is back!

Endless Don

The Roxie celebrates the roller-coaster career of an erstwhile Hollywood hunk

Lost and found

A man with a dream (and 3,000 films) powers the Berkeley Underground Film Society

New classics

Melody Takata brings traditional Japanese dance into the 21st century, plus a benefit for SF dance vet Enrico Labayen

Fighting right

In the ring with Robby Squyres, Jr., SF's Muay Thai hope

San Francisco to provide right to counsel for tenants facing eviction

OPINION San Francisco is the second most unequal city in the nation. Working and middle-income people and families are being forced to flee the...

Taxing speculators

Rival housing measures debated in City Hall, previewing high-stakes battles at the ballot

Garbage game

Is Recology fudging the figures on how much SF waste is being diverted from the landfill, with the complicity of city officials?

Stop Big Tech sprawl

EDITORIAL The footprint of Big Tech companies and their employees continues to spread through San Francisco, gobbling up the vast majority of commercial office...

Recycle-pocalypse

As recycling centers close en masse throughout the city, small businesses may owe millions in fees