Volume 45, Issue 32

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Volume 45, Issue 32

Top Stories

Bike routes today, tomorrow, and still to come

Guardian Staff Writers
Top Stories

The Fossil Fool pushes bicycle advocacy in the direction of music, art and parties

Steven T. Jones
Top Stories

Advocates for minority bike riders find ways to spread the word

Caitlin Donohue
Top Stories

The streets of San Francisco aren't just for cars anymore

Steven T. Jones
Top Stories

San Francisco's newest group ride marks a less confrontational, more booty-shaking phase in the city's bike movement

Steven T. Jones, Caitlin Donohue
Top Stories

San Francisco is seeing increased cycling ridership, yet children are being largely left behind

Carly Nairn
Top Stories

Volume 45, Issue 32

News & Culture

Standing up for the Yellow Pages -- and local businesses

Mindy Spatt

Alamo Square group alleges that Recology overbilled as board delays landfill decision

Sarah Phelan

Sup. Wiener fears historic preservation may impede city-wide improvements

Tim Redmond
Editorial

Despite news stories reporting otherwise, landlords have it pretty good here in San Francisco

Tim Redmond

Fiber-optic proponents think beyond AT&T's proposed network upgrades

Rebecca Bowe

Volume 45, Issue 32

Food & Drink

Three perfect patios for warm weather boozing

Ruggy Joesten
Food & Drink

Red Wing's Korean chicken is pretty damn tasty -- at least the fried

L.E. Leone

When in North Beach ... head for perfectly creamy risotto alla pescatore and sweets like Nonna used to make

Paul Reidinger

Volume 45, Issue 32

Arts & Culture

The Vortex Room screens rare reels at Thursday film cult nights

Dennis Harvey

The Weeknd and Hype Williams navigate music and identity in 2011

Johnny Ray Huston

The '80s synth sounds of BART: Bay Area Retrograde are fun and of the moment

Brandon Bussolini

The Sandwitches' sophomore release, Mrs. Jones' Cookies, sounds timeless despite the band's old-timey vibe

Michelle Broder Van Dyke

Elliot Lavine's "I Wake Up Dreaming" series returns with more rare noir

Dennis Harvey

A metalhead ignites a grieving family (for better — and worse) in Hesher

Kimberly Chun

Crossroads packs a season's worth of avant-garde cinema into a single weekend

Max Goldberg

Smuin Ballet presents intriguing contemporary ballet

Rita Felciano

Druid Theater Company holds a cleverly fractured mirror up to Ireland in its handsome production of The Cripple of Inishmaan