Volume 42, Issue 09

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Volume 42, Issue 09

Top Stories

Shopping, volunteering, and raising hell

Top Stories

Central Subway project is moving forward despite concerns about its cost

Amy Hough
Top Stories

Targeted gang members say they'll risk jail to keep gathering in the Western Addition

Dan Verel
Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 09

News & Culture

Home genomics: just another self-help scam?

Annalee Newitz

Not one more inch of farmland in California would need to be developed if we were just willing to put growth inside existing cities

Gabriel Metcalf

As lawsuits and regulators probe Lennar Corp.'s negligent approach to development on Hunters Point, a new campaign seeks to give the embattled corporation even more control over SF

Sarah Phelan
Editorial

Salad bars come to the schools

Paula Jones and Caroline Grannan

With machines, a current deal that thrills no one

Editorial

Forcing a problem on other communities, and a population further underground

Editorial

Building with asbestos

Tim Redmond

Volume 42, Issue 09

Food & Drink

A working bakery in the midst of the city

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

The glory of ee mein

Chris DeMento
Food & Drink

A walk on the mild side

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Lilly's BARBECUE

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 09

Arts & Culture

Brian Boitano plus Barry Manilo equals bliss

Cheryl Eddy
Arts & Culture

Unpacking the social pressure to procreate in The Crowd You're In With

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture

Sweatin' the C-word with Patti LaBelle, Dokken, the Isley Brothers, Green Day, and more. Plus: Bucky Sinister

Kimberly Chun

What's the biggest annoyance at rock shows?

Chris Watson finds music in the belly of the beast

Matt Sussman

The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir have their feet on the ground and priorities in place

K. Tighe

A kinder, gentler DVD magus leads a magic-lantern tour

Johnny Ray Huston

Beneath the mumbling lies the roiling core of Hannah Takes the Stairs

Max Goldberg

SPIE remembers DREAM and the golden age of SF street art

Billy Jam
Arts & Culture

Amid controversy, HOMEY brings together a Mission neighborhood with its latest mural

Amanda Maria Morrison
Arts & Culture