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Volume 45 Number 23

Appetite: 2 intriguing new food memoirs

Just released in early March, here are two new reads I'd recommend not only for foodies but for fans of the absorbing, well-crafted memoir.>>Life,...


The Ides of March herald the 18th anniversary of goth-industrial club Death Guild -- arise for a three-day black celebration. Plus: Peter Murphy

…And gaming for all

The Game Developers Conference in San Francisco provided plenty of hype -- and even a little controversy.

Volume 45 Number 23 Flip-through Edition

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The dead fish plan

Why the latest proposals to save the delta aren't going to work

Gascon’s conflict

The police chief is, in effect, investigating his own operation

Editor’s Notes

There are some nice concepts floating around for bringing in more city revenue

Waste not

City officials delay garbage contract decision while they seek more information

The fight for KUSF

This is not about a format change. It's about a community being robbed of its voice.

For safety’s sake

Gaps in PG&E pipeline info could carry implications for land-use decisions

Mighty real

New GLBT History Museum brings "Our Vast Queer Past" to light.

The line, the line

A rare screening brings Philip Guston's art to light


Mardi Gras dreams -- and big bowls of ramen at Katana-Ya

March to the rainbow

SF's St. Paddy's Day parade is one of few to welcome gays

Erin go barhopping

St. Paddy's Day events, from the cultural to the convivial (including the big parade this weekend)

Bay Area dance’s bragging rights

A look at the Izzies -- the 25th Annual Isadora Duncan Dance Awards

The end?

Merce Cunningham Dance Company says goodbye, leaving a void in its wake


This Peruvian hot spot has gone through several changes -- but its dishes remain brightly seasoned and eminently shareable

Youth in revolt

Coming of age tales spark at San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival

By demons driven

San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival's spooky-shocks retrospective

Not for sale: An insider’s look at the battle to save KUSF

MUSIC/CULTURE Normally, Irwin Swirnoff's demeanor is upbeat, and I'd consider him to be one of the friendliest people I know. But from the expression...

Radio radio!

As the battle to save KUSF continues, why doesn't SF have an awesome radio station?

Mother courage

Lynn Nottage's Ruined finds life amid atrocity in the Congo