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Volume 47 Number 44


A 1990s tabloid princess rides again in 'Triple Fisher'

5 summer yummers

From pineapple shakes to cold plum soup: The Blob eats her way through the season

Volume 47 Number 44 Flip-through Edition

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Get fresh

TABLEHOPPING: Take a bite out of summer with hot restaurant openings, a plethora of brand new patios, and some delicious things to look forward to  

Boom boom

Rye Rye plays the "After Party," a debut from WOOF, plus Al Lover, Lightning Dust, and more

Milo grows up

The Descendents' Milo Aukerman on dead rock stars, caffeine addiction, and biochemistry

Salty and sweet

Ten vegan junk food dishes you should be noshing on this summer

Downwardly mobile

Woody Allen's highly anticipated 'Blue Jasmine' has less San Francisco in it than expected — but it's still his best film in years

Drawing inspiration

Amy Seiwert's "Sketch" series encourages experimentation


What better way to recover from our chilly summer days than a hot cocktail? 

Amped on wheels

Chain, chain, chain: bike-friendly cafes to grease your gears and fuel your summer rides

Immigrants vulnerable to domestic violence

In San Francisco Sup. John Avalos' District 11, half of all residents were born outside the U.S. In Sup. Jane Kim's District 6, more...

Chiu: centrist compromiser, effective legislator, or both

At the start of this year, when I wrote a Guardian cover story profile of Sup. Scott Wiener (which SF Weekly and San Francisco...

Plan Bay Area: better, but it still gentrifies

By Peter Cohen and Fernando Martí Council of Community Housing OrganizationsOPINION On July 18, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay...

Building on progress

ABU ends picket of Lennar's Shipyard project after city agency agrees to oversee local hiring process

Under fire again

Employers use Obamacare to launch fresh challenge to SF's healthcare safety net

Supporting unions helps all workers

EDITORIAL The San Francisco Bay Area has traditionally been very pro-labor, from the days when legendary longshoreman leader Harry Bridges led the San Francisco...

Pedaling slowly

Bay Area Bike Share debuts with just 700 bicycles — not enough, say SF officials; too many, say bike rental companies