Volume 41, Issue 29

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Volume 41, Issue 29

Top Stories

46 Iraqi civilians killed.

Paula Connelly
Top Stories

The end of the Blue Angels? Plus: NYC's Bloomberg throws down the green gauntlet

Top Stories

Michael Smuin, beloved local dance maestro, dies at 68

Top Stories

Newsom promised a big shift to green fuels -- but it isn't happening

Nicole Gluckstern
Top Stories

Some local resources to help you do your ecological part

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The SFPUC is looking for ways to suck more freshwater into the reservoirs

Chris Albon
Top Stories

High-speed rail would solve the state's most pressing environmental and transportation problems. So why isn't Schwarzenegger supporting it?

Steven T. Jones
Top Stories

The private utility is trying to sell itself as an ecofriendly company. Here's the truth

Amanda Witherell
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The case for daylighting Islais Creek

Deborah Giattina
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Well-scrubbed streets keep constituents happy -- but the city's grit doesn't simply disappear

G.W. Schulz
Top Stories

Volume 41, Issue 29

News & Culture

Go green! A guide to Earth Day celebrations and upcoming green events

Editorial
Andrea Nemerson

Your life, sped up and squared

Annalee Newitz

Early in the Gavin Newsom administration, Muni service quickly began to deteriorate

Aaron Peskin, Chris Daly

Environmental action to save the planet -- right here at home

Tim Redmond

Exactly 13 out of the 85 units of LGBT housing would be available to anyone who isn't wealthy

Editorial

The nation's addiction to oil didn't come by accident

Editorial

Volume 41, Issue 29

Food & Drink

The wonders of Athenian chicken

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

A theater of the absurd

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

El Toro Loco

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 41, Issue 29

Arts & Culture

Viva Pinata

Kea Johnston
Arts & Culture

A convo with the creators of Hot Fuzz

Cheryl Eddy
Arts & Culture

Gore Vidal lands an interview with Timothy McVeigh in Edmund White's Terre Haute

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture

Does pop clash with green?

Kimberly Chun

What's so weird about the first Stooges album in three decades, The Weirdness?

Duncan Scott Davidson

Is it 1969, OK, as the Stooges gear up to play across the USA?

Kimberly Chun

Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound and Xiu Xiu

Tsai Ming-liang sounds off about his beautiful visions of a horribly polluted world

Fiona Ng

Be they epic, sexy, or downright freaky, Ennio Morricone's protean scores always seduce

Matt Sussman

Director Tsai Ming-liang's green moves

Johnny Ray Huston