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Volume 44 Number 46

Appetite: The scene at SF CHEFS

SF CHEFS, the week-long celebration of all things food and drink in SF ushered in its second year last week and it was as...

Appetite: 2 delicious food events on the horizon

Grab your fork for Eat Real and an improved La Cocina Street Food Fest

In the dumps

HAIRY EYEBALL: Intersection for the Arts' double-decade Recology survey digs up some gems


SUPER EGO: Twirling around with Kenny Dope, SF Drag King Contest, Scuba, Bay Vibes Fest, Always Tired, and more parties

Volume 44 Number 46 Flip-through Edition

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Lights out!

Not Necessarily Noir is a thrilling police lineup of double bills

Men with a Mission

Porto Franco Records helps keep local music afloat

Pie or die

Personal and the Pizzas deliver to the Total Trash Fest

Listen to the animals

The gnu grooves and wild sounds of Moira Scar

Just a snack?

California girls (and gurls) and the retro scaffold-pop of Best Coast

Bunny business

Bustin' out and bustin' boundaries in Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist, and Rebel

Smoked dry

DRUGS ISSUE: Why I couldn't handle being legal

Huffing Internet

DRUGS ISSUE: Surfing the I-doser seas and seizures

Hunan Chef

Don't let the cold exterior scare you off: Hunan Chef's inviting dishes will warm you up inside

Lingering vermicelli

Skip the shrimp rolls at Emeryville's Comeback Cafe, but do dig in at Berkeley's Khana Peena

alt.sex.column: Mixed marriage

Dear Readers:I was halfway through an answer to a reader's very interesting question when said reader wrote back and asked me not to. Instead...

Not according to plan

Local Planned Parenthood affiliate's loss of accreditation could mean gaps in services

High time

DRUGS ISSUE: California could legalize pot this fall -- so why are medical marijuana providers grumbling?

Democrats divided

DCCC endorses progressive supervisorial candidates and rejects Newsom ballot measures

Behind Whitman’s attack on nurses

Whitman's pledge to spend up to $180 million out of her billionaire pocket by November to drown out all competition was accompanied by other disturbing trends

Small business wins big

Ruling in Guardian suit supports predatory pricing law

Editor’s Notes

The Giving Pledge makes me want to throw up

New approach for the new U.S. attorney

Melinda Haag will have a tremendous amount of discretion on law enforcement priorities

Community Congress convened

Local progressives adopt policy platform they hope will inform future elections and agendas