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Volume 48 Number 06

Volume 48 Number 6 Flip-through Edition

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The horror

Lightening up the darkness in 'Underneath the Lintel' and 'Grand Guignol'

Triple play

TABLEHOPPING: Three new restaurant openings light up the fall. Plus: where to score green bean casserole (you know you want it) and char siu pork spring rolls.

Alive, not well

La Luz, Six Week Records, Crashfaster, and more

High fidelity rockers

At look at your local musician-record store employees


After 15 years, Aquarius Records co-owner Andee Connors revives classic math rock band A Minor Forest

Goin’ back to Gotham

It's heroics as usual in 'Batman: Arkham Origins'

Keep it reel

Docs from India highlight the SF International South Asian Film Fest

Life’s work

Desperation breeds determination in 'Dallas Buyers Club'

Hi, Guy

Israeli techno hero Guy Gerber has an epic hangover. Plus: Mad Professor, Virginia, Roxy Music in drag, Sandra Electronics, Kafana Balkan, more nightlife 

Living legend

Immersive, participatory 'Layla Means Night'

NSA spies on Google and Yahoo users

More revelations on spying by the National Security Agency were published in the Washington Post on Oct. 31. Thanks again to whistleblower Edward Snowden, we now...

Media let BART slide

BART continues to stonewall important questions about whether it was training scab drivers to break the recent strike by its unions when its trainee-driven...

Filipino group snubs mayor over evictions

The board members of a local Filipino heritage organization, with ties to a high-profile eviction defense battle at San Francisco's International Hotel in the...

Home from prison

Programs seek to soften impact on youth with parents behind bars

Why I oppose closing our parks

OPINION I have great respect for Recreation & Park General Manager Phil Ginsburg, my colleague Sup. Scott Wiener, and my constituents and friends who...

Making it fit

Housing crisis triggers new calls to legalize and build more granny units


Berkeley company invents glasses that overcome color blindness

The next election

EDITORIAL This week's dismal election in San Francisco is a symptom of deeper problems in our political system, both here and across the country....

Betting on Graton

Newest casino targeting Bay Area residents promises to share the wealth with workers and people of color