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Volume 48 [2013–14]

Pedaling and feasting

MOVEABLE FEAST 2014 From whole cracked crabs to lamb burritos: eating my way through coastal California bike tours

Volume 48 Number 52 Flip-through Edition

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Hands off

THE WEEKNIGHTER: In which Stuart laments creepy dudes, and defends his girlfriend from 'rapey hands.'


Daring new works at Portland, Ore.'s Time-Based Art Festival

Brain teaser

Proud nerd comedian Dhaya Lakshminarayanan pokes fun at her people

Blame it on Rio

MOVEABLE FEAST 2014 The city on most everyone's bucket list, for delicious reasons.

Ruinous beauty

With a hook-filled, hard-charging new record, Bob Mould explores loss, acceptance, and looks, as always, to the future

Good things, small packages

33 1/3, the ultimate record collector's novella series, turns 10

Go west

MOVEABLE FEAST 2014 Chomping through the varied eats of the Western neighborhoods.

Making a splash

MOVEABLE FEAST 2014 An education on natural wines on the Parisian dining scene

Southern light

MOVEABLE FEAST 2014 Eating a path through southern Italy

Keys of life

Jimi Hendrix and Nick Cave feature in two very different movies

Georgian rhapsody

'Discovering Georgian Cinema' raises the curtain on a vital national cinema

Beat it

Fall nightlife season is heating up, with Ten Walls, Tiara Sensation, Basic Soul Unit, Hercules and Love Affair, Daniel Wang, Art Beats, and more 

Soaring to the heights

Garrett + Moulton Productions triumph with 'The Luminous Edge'

Money for Muni

Learning the A, B, and Ls of this fall's transportation ballot measures

Privacy, identity, and Facebook

 By Nadia Kayyali OPINION People are disappearing. At least, that's how it feels on Facebook. Since the suspension of drag queen and activist Sister...

Changing the climate in SF

EDITORIAL As hundreds of thousands of people filled the streets of New York City and other cities around the world for a Global Climate...

Flooding the streets

Climate movement's big day raises hopes and questions

Head First

SEX ISSUE Our new sex columnist Krissy Eliot on "sexological bodyworkers," anal massage, and surprising erotic sessions.

“Titties and fried chicken”

THE WEEKNIGHTER/SEX ISSUE In which Stuart succumbs to the lure of cheap buffets and plentiful boobs.

Family fish fry

Enda Walsh's 'New Electric Ballroom' takes its Bay Area bow

Fall color

TABLEHOPPING A burst of openings signal the start of a warm, bright season. 

Sex in the Matrix

Virtual reality porn is coming soon, whether we're ready or not for its many implications