Volume 44, Issue 29

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Volume 44, Issue 29

News & Culture

San Francisco International Film Festival preview: Joshua Grannell's All About Evil is a bloody cinema valentine

Cheryl Eddy
Cover Story

Volume 44, Issue 29

News & Culture

Our Board of Supervisors Good Vote Guide

Guardian Staff Writers

City plans to open two new skateparks, but Haight site sparks concern from neighbors

sfbg

Independent journalists face consequences after documenting student education protests

Rebecca Bowe

The problem here is not just two awful laws - it's the idea that a single company, with loads of cash, can utterly subvert the basic premise of Democracy

Guardian Staff Writers
Editorial

The Chamber is launching its assault early

Tim Redmond

To receive the same level of benefits as Europeans, most Americans fork out a ton of money in out-of-pocket payments, in addition to our taxes

sfbg

Volume 44, Issue 29

Food & Drink

Virginia Miller
Food & Drink

Volume 44, Issue 29

Arts & Culture

SFIFF: Boozy fun with Wholphin

Kimberly Chun

SFIFF: Sam Green teases out Utopia and the possibilities of documentary

Johnny Ray Huston

SFIFF: Alone again, naturally, in João Pedro Rodrigues' To Die Like a Man

Johnny Ray Huston

SFIFF: Sean Byrne dishes on his sleeper-hit slasher

Dennis Harvey

Tracking those SFIFF films bracketed by returns

Max Goldberg

SFIFF pays tribute to veteran film critic Roger Ebert

Louis Peitzman

SFIFF: Short takes on festival flicks

Guardian Staff Writers

San Francisco International Film Festival preview: Joshua Grannell's All About Evil is a bloody cinema valentine

Cheryl Eddy

Dark versus light and soot versus cute in the art of James Castle

Johnny Ray Huston

Comin' around again (live re-edit): Bloody Beetroots, Bluetech, Bonobo, Bootie, Talvin Singh, and more

Marke B.