Volume 41, Issue 25

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Volume 41, Issue 25

Top Stories

The big housing lie: two-thirds of new SF housing is being built for very rich people who don't live here. In the Politics Blog

Top Stories

Can they remake the totally tubular original?

Cheryl Eddy, Lynn Rapoport
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Protests are mostly peaceful for anniversary of Iraq invasion

Amanda Witherell
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Thousands of Fillmore residents lost homes and businesses to redevelopment - and were promised a chance to return. 50 years later, Leola King is still waiting

G.W. Schulz
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A multinational development company is putting up big bucks for the Trans Bay Cable, but sustainable power advocates call it "a waste of resources"

J.B. Powell
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Volume 41, Issue 25

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

Testing the limits of vulnerability

Annalee Newitz

A new organization agitates for journalists' rights

Josh Wolf

The cost is spectacular and almost unfathomably tragic

Editorial

Our energy is still tied to unaccountable private interests

Editorial

We can still end this war

Tim Redmond

Volume 41, Issue 25

Food & Drink

Soil makes the wine

Food & Drink

Gialina

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Boudin Bakery

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 41, Issue 25

Arts & Culture

Glorifying the ultimate taboo with sleazy glee

Cheryl Eddy
Arts & Culture

SF Playhouse's Jesus Hopped the "A" Train is right on time

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture

Ah, Austin

Kimberly Chun

The lovelorn and literate sounds of Casiotone for the Painfully Alone

Chris Sabbath

The French duo ride a wave of synths and hype

Peter Nicholson

El-P reframes the postunderground hip-hop paradigm with I'll Sleep When You're Dead

Mosi Reeves

Where's the thrashin' at?

Cheryl Eddy

With The Locust Years, Hammers of Misfortune lean a heavy, hobnailed boot on the tender throat of commercial rock and take protest music to a new level

Josh Wilson

John Malkovich turns on the smarm as a genius imposter

Dennis Harvey

Can they remake the totally tubular original?

Cheryl Eddy, Lynn Rapoport