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Volume 47 Number 48

Volume 47 Number 48 Flip-through Edition

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Where the art is

FALL ARTS: VISUAL ARTS The season's must-see gallery and museum shows

Pop the lid

TABLEHOPPING Oakland eats and ramen burgers (uh huh). And hey, it's time for an oyster partay.

Get to the show, weirdos

FALL ARTS: MUSIC From Rock the Bells to Kate Nash, a sonic smorgasbord of can't-miss upcoming concerts

Big game hunting

FALL ARTS: GAMER 'GTA V' and the rest

Silver screen playbook

FALL ARTS: FILM Hustlers, slaves, anchormen, and Nebraskans -- Hollywood and rep-house picks for the season ahead

Choose your own adventure

FALL ARTS: STAGE Anything is possible at the SF Fringe Festival

Fall forward

FALL ARTS: THEATER Onstage highlights of the coming season

Essential grace

FALL ARTS: DANCE Anticipating the season's standout dance performances

Fall go boom

FALL ARTS: NIGHTLIFE Back to school, party people

A pair of Spades wins

A strong showing by small businesses and activists concerned about chain stores and gentrification in the Mission won over a 3-2 majority on the...

Uber sued for denying drivers tips

A class action lawsuit filed against Uber, a tech-based service that connects riders to drivers and has filled San Francisco streets with sleek black...

Memorial for cyclist marred by SFPD harassment

A memorial and informational event on Aug. 21 at the Sixth and Folsom corner where a bicyclist was fatally run over by a delivery...

Fulfill MLK’s dream of a guaranteed income

OPINION Today, Aug. 28, we mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream speech at the March on Washington. But...

Live nude girls say goodnight

The unionized, worker-owned strip club Lusty Lady is forced to close by high rent

Anti-cyclist bias must stop

EDITORIAL The streets of San Francisco can be dangerous enough for their most vulnerable users — pedestrians and bicyclists — without the aggressive, insensitive,...

Changing the narrative

ACCJC hit with city lawsuit and legislative investigation, broadening the discussion of City College's fate