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Volume 44 Number 31-

May 5-11, 2010

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Appetite: 3 culinary gifts for mom

Last minute Mother's Day gifts needed? Here are a few delectable possibilities:WINE OF THE MONTH CLUBThere's nothing like having Mom reminded of your thoughtfulness...

Pantheistic party

Paging all druids, faeries, witches, and even Republicans — Paganfest is here

Are you experienced?

Theatre Rhinoceros mounts Sexrev: The José Sarria Experience

Volume 44 Number 31 Flip-through Edition

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“Chronic” 2010

D.A. Powell brings love, longing, and lyricism back to poetic life

Pigs in Oakland

Novella Carpenter creates an urban homestead in Farm City

“Cell” out

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction hews to dogma -- and limps to a conclusion

Space is the place

Another Science Fiction is brought to the page and screen by Megan Prelinger

New York story

Do the right thing? Please Give examines the everyday agonies of liberal guilt

Seasonal, effective

October Country brings something new to film-as-family-portrait

Slightly off-key

No sniffing, baby — it's all snazzy

Little Chihuahua

No quiero Taco Bell! This Divisadero hot spot offers a breezy vibe with truly tasty takes on Mexican staples

Human, nature

Deborah Slater Dance Theater marks 20th anniversary with world premiere

Color forms

Three artists use copyedit, counterfeit, and tech to tease art out of context

All the young Turks

Welcome to Hairy Eyeball, a bimonthly rundown of visual art

Our 2010 Small Business Awards

Break the chains! From a spunky salon to a 100-year-old speakeasy, our annual salute to small business highlights local entrepeneurs who blow away the competition

A roar from underground

The Missing Link unites nomads to forge metal connections beyond scenes

Wiped clean

Waiting for love at the Wipeout Bar and Grill with a pulled-pork sandwich

Dude, where’s my car share?

New legislation could make it easier for people to share their cars

The voice of fun

The new California Music and Culture Association contests the crackdown on nightlife

Crossing over

Arizona law changing the political dynamics on immigration, in SF and across the country

Pension reform: don’t blame workers

It's all the rage these days to blame the economy's woes on public workers, whatever the facts are, no matter who the culprit really is

A bit of fairness for Prop. 13

Amending the measure could save the state's basic services and prevent the once-vaunted California education system from falling into irreparable collapse

Editor’s Notes

The Arizona policy is awfully close to what Newsom has implemented in his own city