Volume 42, Issue 18

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Volume 42, Issue 18

Top Stories

Results of our sex poll

Molly Freedenberg
Top Stories

Prom, poetry, and porn

Top Stories

A Valentine's Day shopping guide

Candice Chan
Top Stories

Valentine's Day dinner ideas in sync with your situation

Ailene Sankur
Top Stories

The GayVN Awards wrap the best gay dick of 2007 in an envelope of surprise

Marke B.
Top Stories

How the polyamorous celebrate Valentine's Day

Erikka Innes
Top Stories

What a supposed sex cult can teach you about women — and yourself

Justin Juul
Top Stories

Fallout from murdered journalist reveals move to privatize PEMEX

John Ross
Top Stories

Local endorsements of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama fall along familiar ideological lines

Steven T. Jones
Top Stories

San Francisco's homeless shelters, overdue for basic necessities, may be about to change

Amanda Witherell
Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 18

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

Privacy, spying telcos, and the Protect America Act

Annalee Newitz

The San Francisco Peak Oil Preparedness Task Force explores life after fossil fuels — an era that may be coming sooner than most people think

Charles Russo

Our school system is structured with the implication of heterosexuality

Christina Luu

"Would you pay $200 per year to save public education, parks, and health services in California?"

Editorial

If the mayor really needs new $150,000-per-year aides, he should take that money out of the General Fund and tell the public where it's coming from.

Editorial

Volume 42, Issue 18

Food & Drink

A plethora of roughage in the stalls

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Breakfast of blandness

Ailene Sankur
Food & Drink

Factory fresh

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Metro Kathmandu

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 18

Arts & Culture

Michael Caine -- minus Austin Powers, sharks, and killer bees

Dennis Harvey
Arts & Culture

A lone spoiler may bring down the venerable concert spot. Plus: Howlin' Rain make their move

Kimberly Chun

Photographs that prove deceptive yet captivating

Ava Jancar
Arts & Culture

With a new LP in hand, TopR keeps "puttin' squares in their place like Tetris"

Duncan Scott Davidson

The Pine Box Boys revive the murder ballad for horrorbilly heads

Todd Lavoie

The Carolina Chocolate Drops take black string-band music back to the mountaintop

Kandia Crazy Horse

Slingshot organizes your life with joyful chaos

Kimberly Chun
Arts & Culture

Noir City's sixth incarnation revives the night life

Matt Sussman

A quick Q&A with Margaret Tedesco of [2nd floor projects]

Johnny Ray Huston
Arts & Culture

George and Mike Kuchar's drawings and paintings tickle pleasure centers

Johnny Ray Huston
Arts & Culture