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Volume 45 Number 10

Don’t trip

The year in music according to switftumz

Appetite: Blue Ribbon classics

New York's Bromberg Brothers bring a bit of their welcoming comfort to SF's Renaissance Stanford Court

Violence please!

William Lustig reflects on 30 years of Maniac

‘Nutcracker’ and beyond

Dates to mark on your holiday dance season calendar

Pass the DREAM Act, now

by Eric Mar and Eric Quezadanews@sfbg.comOPINION Imagine for a moment that you are 14 years old. Your parents, stuck in perpetual poverty and unemployment...

Class of 2010: Jane Kim

The young progressive from D6 talks about broadening the movement to include jobs and safe, clean streets

Class of 2010: Scott Wiener

His top priorities in D8 are transit, jobs, and preserving entertainment and nightlife

Class of 2010: Malia Cohen

Can a winner who lost the first-place vote in D10 be a bridge builder?

Class of 2010: Mark Farrell

The new D2 supervisor wants to bring post-partisan "common sense" to City Hall — but he's vague on the specifics

Volume 45 Number 10 Flip-through Edition

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America’s next top band

Wouldn't you like to share a puce moment with Puce Moment?

Sound and silence

The Mountain Goats' John Darnielle scours his songbook to score Sir Arne's Treasure at Castro Theatre

Get her if you can

A journey into costume karaoke, with the incomparable Carletta Sue Kay

Where everybody knows your name

HAIRY EYEBALL: Formerly known as Ping Pong Gallery, Romer Young Gallery steps into the new year. Plus: Phase one of "Disponible — a kind of Mexican show" has taken over Walter and McBean Gallery

Hollywood ho-hum

Indie stalwart Henry Jaglom churns out Queen of the Lot


The King's Speech tempts Oscar


Happy Holi-mess: John Waters flies in on "A Sleigh Full of Smut," plus Jackie Beat's "All You Can Eat Christmas," Noel Noir, Hot Natured, Big Top, and more glittery parties

Editor’s Notes

The Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council Recycling Center pays rent, creates job, and has broad public support. So why was it evicted?

Miss SaiGon

A tiara-worthy wealth of Vietnamese dishes enlivens this Sixth Street spot

Is your food fair?

A new and necessary restaurant guide has the goods on local worker treatment

Ducking the cold

Diving into Moby Dick -- and noodle soup at Your Place Thai Cuisine

alt.sex.column: Bay watch

Dear Andrea:Our children are grown and it's just us now, so my wife and I started to indulge in a nude lifestyle here in...

Going to a club — or boarding an airplane?

The War on Fun continues with a proposal to electronically track every nightclub visitor

The class of 2010

How will four new supervisors handle a budget crisis, a new mayor and rapidly changing city? We talk to the freshman about their priorities, goals, and ambitions