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Stage listings

Stage listings are compiled by Molly Freedenberg. Performance times may change; call venues to confirm. Reviewers are Robert Avila, Rita Felciano, and Nicole Gluckstern....

Stage listings

Stage listings are compiled by Molly Freedenberg. Performance times may change; call venues to confirm. Reviewers are Robert Avila, Rita Felciano, and Nicole Gluckstern....

Beer Here: Q&A with Magnolia’s Dave Mclean

By Molly Freedenberg In this week's issue of the Guardian, we talk about reasons to drink craft beer made locally and discuss someof the masters...

Fall Feast 2009

Our seasonal guide to the Bay's best food and drink

Appetite: Franziskaner Dunkelweisse, Swoonbeams, cider sauce, and more

Food-and-drink spots, deals, events and news

Appetite: Franziskaner Dunkelweisse, Swoonbeams, cider sauce, and more

Every week, Virginia Miller of personalized itinerary service and monthly food, drink, and travel newsletter, www.theperfectspotsf.com, shares foodie news, events, and deals. View the...

UC chief’s glib NYT interview raises ire

By Steven T. Jones While reading the Sunday New York Times, I was surprised to see the magazine’s Q&A with UC President Mark Yudof –...

Hot sex events this week: September 9-15

Compiled by Molly Freedenberg It's a week of film, fun, and frolic at the Independent Erotic Film Festival, starting Saturday. ------------- >> Secret Desires: Playing with Erotic...

SCENE: Deeandroid and Celskiii put the needle on

Interview by Billy Jam. Photo by Leo Herrera. From SCENE: The Guardian Guide to Nightlife and Glamour -- on stands in the Guardian this...

Shades of time: Q&A with Matt Keegan

Barack Obama boarding an Air Force One plane for the first time. Gay calendars from the 1960s. A New York Times article on the...

Mope n’ twee: SFIFF 52’s second weekend

By Lynn Rapoport. Read Lynn's report from the first SFIFF weekend here, and Natalie Gregory's review of SFIFF flick Crude here. Parked a little ways...

Mini-Japanther: a quick, claws-out Q&A with Ian Vanek

Kristy Geschwandtner caught up with the pun-happy, former-Brooklyn, art-punk duo Japanther's Ian Vanek after their show at the Hemlock on 4/13. SFBG: When will Japanther...

A Q&A with Nick Cave

By Johnny Ray Huston Nick Cave and I probably crossed paths in Heaven one night. Heaven was a club on Woodward Avenue in Detroit where...

The new razzle dazzle

Soundsuit visionary Nick Cave fashions a wild trip to the fiery core of inspiration

Wanderlustful

Gogol Bordello storms Hardly Strictly Bluegrass. Plus: Plastic People of the Universe land to Rock 'n Roll

Manifestos and sodas

Lit Crawl 2008: Joshua Clover wrangles popular poetry and the poetry of pop

Photo Issue Q&A: Sean McFarland

To choose just one photo by Sean McFarland for this year's Guardian Photo Issue was tough. Ultimately, we went with one from 2005 that...

Photo Issue Q&A: Jessica Rosen

The cover image of this week's Photo Issue comes from Jessica Rosen. While it reflects Rosen's recent shift toward collage -- which she also...

Photo Issue Q&A: Heather Renee Russ of Cutter Photozine

By Johnny Ray Huston Every photo has a story, and the one behind Ace Morgan's in this week's Photo Issue is worth telling. "I was...

Optic nerve

The Photography Issue: family albums, prom portraits, street shots, spy satellites -- a portfolio of the exceptional local scene

Squatumentary: A Q&A with Hannah Dobbz

By Liam O’Donoghue Hannah Dobbz's Shelter: A Squatumentary screens at 8 p.m. tonight at Artists' Television Access. A 45-minute exploration of squatting in the East...

Cluster klatch: Krautrock poobah Hans-Joachum Roedelius gives it up

By Matt Sussman Kosmiche godfathers Cluster have been back from the future for more than three decades now, with the core duo of Hans-Joachum Roedelius...

Lit: A Nowtopian Q&A with Chris Carlsson

By Erick Lyle Chris Carlsson, one of the founders of Critical Mass, has long been one of San Francisco’s...

Scanner: In Touch with Henry Rollins

By Johnny Ray Huston Welcome to Scanner, my occasional foray into bringing archival goodies and contemporary obscurities into the digital realm. What better way to...