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Volume 41 Number 05

November 1 – November 7, 2006

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At your cervix

› andrea@altsexcolumn.com Dear Andrea: As long as I can remember, I've had a fascination with gyno play and playing doctor. I had never acted upon it...

Winning in 2006 — and beyond

EDITORIAL There are plenty of Democrats running for the House and Senate this fall who don't exactly qualify as liberals. Howard Dean, the (somewhat)...

Prosecute election theft

EDITORIAL There's no doubt at all that a group of downtown businesses operating through a series of supposedly independent political committees organized in part...


› tredmond@sfbg.com There's a certain brilliance to the Proposition 90 campaign, perhaps more than the right-wing ideologues who conjured this up even realize. The measure...

The risk of honest planning

OPINION At the Nov. 1 meeting of the land use committee of the Board of Supervisors, a seemingly straightforward statement of policy will be...

Governor Hummer

Schwarzenegger claims to be an environmentalist, but his choice of vehicles and his endorsements out him as a hypocrite

The Destroy California Initiative

Proposition 90 is being marketed as a way to stop Big Brother from taking your home. It might actually destroy everything that makes California livable

Proposition 90 isn’t about eminent domain

Here are some of the things that could be impacted if Proposition 90 passes: NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING Developers could argue against providing additional community benefits,...

Well, not exactly

The horror stories in the Prop. 90 ballot arguments aren't quite what they appear to be

The Prop. 90 money trail

Who's behind the measure? Start with Grover Norquist

Bayview’s perspective

Residents and activists see flaws in Proposition 90 — but desperation is causing them to support it anyway


Wed/1 Music Justice and MSTRKRFT Justice, the Paris-based electronic duo, churn out club jams that sound like Daft Punk on Viagra. Their infectious electro disco has been...

The 2006 political candidates let loose with us

The endorsement tapes: Unedited, uncensored interviews with candidates for local office.