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Volume 48 Number 45

Volume 48 Number 45 Flip-through Edition

August 6, 2014
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Starred, Striped

THE WEEKNIGHTER:  Dave's -- the good ol' melting pot of cheap cocktails

Look here instead

Bay Area Now 7 proposes other routes through dark times

Sm/Art car

With their prototype mobile artist's workstation, Studio 1, David Szlasa and Katrina Rodabaugh are off to the races

A party in your mouth

TABLEHOPPER We have a month of food-related parties for you, including two oyster shindigs, two big street parties, and a Filipino fest!


Hurrah! Here's our 40th annual survey of Northern California naked fun in the sun.

Snap sounds

August 5, 2014

Quick takes on new releases

Locals only: Outside Lands edition

A cheat sheet to hometown pride at the year's biggest, priciest party in the park

Ye of little faith

A priest struggles with his flock in John Michael McDonagh's tasteful, frustrating 'Calvary'

Rise up singing

'Alive Inside' charts one man's quest to bring music to patients with memory loss

Get read

SUPER EGO: Great new books on nightlife and music, plus Green Velvet, Cajmere, Fog Rugby, Friends With Benefits, MOM on Mars, more parties

Time for change

Retail Workers Bill of Rights calls for labor improvements beyond a higher minimum wage

Housing balance and neighborhood stabilization

August 5, 2014
 By Peter Cohen and Fernando Martí OPINIONThe Guardian last week published an editorial on the outcome of the process around the Housing Balance measure....

The last Republican

BART Director James Fang faces a well-funded challenge for reelection

Arguments against minimum wage increase are out of touch

EDITORIAL"Will the SF minimum wage hike kill our restaurants?" Zagat SF tweeted last week.No, Chicken Little, it won't. Not even if you tweet it.Two...

Mayoral meltdown

Mayor Ed Lee pushes back against ballot measures for affordable housing, transportation funding