Volume 44, Issue 18

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Volume 44, Issue 18

News & Culture

G-SPOT: Parties, benefits, events, music, film, and performance to grab your heart

Guardian Staff Writers
Cover Story

Volume 44, Issue 18

News & Culture

Since a single-payer system that would cut costs immensely isn't on the immediate political horizon, the San Francisco supervisors need to address the problem

Editorial

It's tricky to raise pension contributions for "new employees" since Mayor Gavin Newsom has been firing people then rehiring them at lower pay

Jeff Adachi

The payroll tax may sound awful but suspending it won't create a single new job

Tim Redmond

UC student organizers work to broaden support for the March 4 Strike and Day of Action

Rachel Sadon

The federal government's electronic eavesdropping continues under the new presidential administration

Cecile Lepage

Strong police push for the proposed sit/lie ordinance raises eyebrows

Rebecca Bowe

Guardian reporter escorted from event he was invited to

Volume 44, Issue 18

Food & Drink

G-SPOT: Restaurant and dining treats to help you sink your fork into Valentine's

Food & Drink

Keeping in touch, and bagels at Java Supreme

L.E. Leone

Huge platters of Bohemian food like goulash, roast duck, sauerbraten, and plenty of dumplings

Paul Reidinger

Volume 44, Issue 18

Arts & Culture

Aurora Theatre's The First Grade tackles life lessons

Robert Avila

Moral quandaries and rhetorical pickles in Mass Effect 2

Ben Richardson

Dear John's actors go beyond easy cheese

Louis Peitzman

Montage master Johan Grimonprez clones Hitchcock

Johnny Ray Huston

SUNDANCE REPORT: Head east, freeze feet, see movies

Dennis Harvey

Best Coast craft love letters to and from California

L.C. Mason

Yeasayer says no to predictability on its sophomore album

Daniel Alvarez

Parties with artful hearts: Expressions, Rockin' Record Hop, Lil Miss Hot Mess's Bat Mitzvah, and more

Marke B.

Scout Niblett torches the sky. Plus: Jaguar Love, Stuporbowl XLIV, Dave Rawlings Machine

Kimberly Chun

G-SPOT: Taking the prim saintliness out of Valentine's Day

Arts & Culture