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Volume 48 Number 51

Head First

SEX ISSUE Our new sex columnist Krissy Eliot on "sexological bodyworkers," anal massage, and surprising erotic sessions.

“Titties and fried chicken”

THE WEEKNIGHTER/SEX ISSUE In which Stuart succumbs to the lure of cheap buffets and plentiful boobs.

Family fish fry

Enda Walsh's 'New Electric Ballroom' takes its Bay Area bow

Fall color

TABLEHOPPING A burst of openings signal the start of a warm, bright season. 

Sex in the Matrix

Virtual reality porn is coming soon, whether we're ready or not for its many implications

Polly’s sexual (r)evolution

SEX ISSUE The queen of Kinky Salon pens a raw and revealing new memoir

Naughty Bits

Hot local notes on sex, Folsom, fetish fashion, bondage, and beyond

Good bad things

Hookup songs should be the sonic equivalent of a good blowjob — plus, a few tunes you might want to skip

No thanks, Bono

Three new albums that should magically appear on your iPod in place of Songs of Innocence

Volume 48 Number 51 Flip-through Edition

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Waltz work

Tarantino's muse can't save Terry Gilliam's 'The Zero Theorem'

Joyous blues

New doc spotlights the musical wanderings of Arhoolie Records founder Chris Strachwitz

The Organ Master

NIGHTLIFE/SEX ISSUE Amazing organist Cameron Carpenter pipes up at SF Symphony (and Folsom Street Fair). Plus: All the best Folsom parties ever this week.  

Stream of movement

Liss Fain turns to Faulkner for 'The Imperfect is Our Paradise'

Water with a price tag

Prop. 1 opponents line up against funding for new dams

Reform BART’s approach to labor

By Christina Olague OPINION If BART is part of your daily commute, you know how critical a reliable system is to Bay Area working...

Bridge the housing-Muni divide

EDITORIAL One the most frustrating political conflicts in San Francisco this election season is the schism between sustainable transportation activists and affordable housing advocates,...

Deadly gamble

Local media stoked BART's dangerous union-bashing strategy, new report finds

Still not sharing

Airbnb slammed at city hearing for not paying taxing or cooperating with proposed regulations