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Mark Jackson's American Suicide brings can-do despair to life

Jesse Hawthorne Ficks’s Sundance picks (so far)

Manufactured Landscapes (Jennifer Baichwal, Canada). Easily the best film at Sundance, this moving portrait of Edward Burtynsky's photographs shakes your views on the progress...

Burning Man goes green

Local gearheads turned reluctant environmentalists?

Silex Appeal

Vouvray surprise

The final frontier

› paulr@sfbg.com Regrets? I've had a few. At the top of the list is that, due to circumstances beyond our control, I will never get...

Don’t block the box

› paulr@sfbg.com In the Thousand Years' War between beer and wine, beer has long enjoyed an advantage on the party battlefield, mostly because of the...


Sept. 22 Music San Francisco Symphony How ’bout a little Antonín Dvorák with your donut? The SF Symphony, led by every girlie boy’s dreamboat conductor, Michael Tilson...

This ain’t no Artforum

Kimberly Chun and Johnny Ray Huston visualize pieces and pick their faves for the fall

Learning from leaks

Permaculture courses teach ancient wisdom and environmental action

Rabid rabbi

KSFO's latest right-wing shock jock is an unlikely apologist for endgame evangelicals and a player in still-unfolding political corruption scandals


April 5–11 Aries March 21-April 19 Aries, everyone’s got a little bit of the people-pleaser in them, even...