Volume 45, Issue 31

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Volume 45, Issue 31

News & Culture

The Guardian's annual small business awards celebrate the entrepreneurs who keep this city lively

Guardian Staff Writers
Cover Story

Volume 45, Issue 31

News & Culture

Excessive collection of stuff is a mental disability, but legal protections for these renters are often ignored

Linda Man

Low-income communities accuse Sutter Health of price-gouging at hospital costs hearings

Sarah Phelan

Proposal to restrict off-leash dogs on federal parklands has owners howling and environmentalists cheering

Heather Mack

Hennessey's pick for his successor

Mike Hennessey

SB653 would help to allow counties to determine their own finances

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Osama's death will mean little in Iraq and Afghanistan

Tim Redmond

Volume 45, Issue 31

Food & Drink

The world keeps turning at this pared-down, purposeful standby

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Tequila distiller Don Pilar relies on both sides of the border for his success

Virginia Miller
Food & Drink

City-wide guide to the best sparkling orange deals

Hannah Tepper
Food & Drink

Bowl'd cures the ain't-got-no-cowboy-hat blues

L.E. Leone

Volume 45, Issue 31

Arts & Culture

A video game's second installment leaves its cult credibility unscathed

Peter Galvin

Taylor Mac's The Lily's Revenge lights up Magic Theatre with earthy flower power

Robert Avila

SF duo Silver Swans makes midnight music for contemplation

Amber Schadewald

Psychedelic Horseshit steps out of the shitstorm and laces things with bliss

Kimberly Chun

David Lester depicts the shadowy relationship between words and actions in The Listener

Nicole Gluckstern

Anxiety of influence and smudged portraiture at CCA and Romer Young 

Matt Sussman
Arts & Culture

Meek's Cutoff travels the unkind road of Manifest Destiny

Max Goldberg

Jodie Foster discusses her return to directing with The Beaver

Louis Peitzman

Kate Weare Company's Bright Lands sets the dark undercurrents of folk music to dance

Rita Felciano

Fixie culture gets the X Games spin at a recent competition

Caitlin Donohue
Arts & Culture