Volume 42, Issue 19

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Volume 42, Issue 19

Top Stories

Fight to the finish: Updates on the Guardian vs. SF Weekly trial and our key legal brief

Top Stories

A roundup of our Super Fat Tuesday coverage and results analysis

Guardian Staff Writers
Top Stories

Battles between the mayor and the supervisors are starting early

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories

The fireworks have started to explode in the trial of the Guardian's lawsuit against the SF Weekly

Tim Redmond
Top Stories

City College of San Francisco paid Phil Day a huge salary but refused to fund an auditor who may have stopped the illegal diversion of public funds

G.W. Schulz
Top Stories

Valentine's Day pairings

Molly Freedenberg
Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 19

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

A mysterious satellite falls, and Asia blacks out

Annalee Newitz

We need to finally have an honest conversation with the voters of California

Mark Leno

Green pathways out of poverty was just one topic discussed

Bryan Cohen

"Hey, I'm so conservative I think all the immigrants ought to be lassoed with a chain and dragged back to Mexico behind a Hummer"

The Supes need to keep pushing on the Muni money and Mayor's Office staffing

Editorial

Running City College isn't an easy job in the best of circumstances, and Day hasn't made it easy for his successor

Editorial

The Guardian guide to sex, love, and romance

Volume 42, Issue 19

Food & Drink

Salvaging the Chernobyl chili

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

U, me, and Namu

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Bai Som Thai Kitchen

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 19

Arts & Culture

The Midnites for Maniacs maven totes 'em up

Jesse Hawthorne Ficks
Arts & Culture

Baseball, Gonzo pie, and autohumiliation at this year's Sundance

Dennis Harvey
Arts & Culture

Carrie, solo, in Berkeley Rep's Wishful Drinking

Deborah Giattina
Arts & Culture

Homegirl Ledisi dresses up for the Grammys. Plus: Merle Haggard, Los Amigos Invisibles, Paleo, and more

Kimberly Chun

IndieFest turns 10 with a documentary bro-down

Cheryl Eddy

Separate obsessions and oodles of side projects couldn't break Pinback apart

Kimberly Chun

Leopold and His Fiction are gonna be your boys

Theo Schell-Lambert

Venus! lays Gruff Rhys and company bare

Kate Izquierdo

Xiu Xiu and Celine Dion: together at last, under the rubric of music books

Cheryl Eddy, Vice Cooler
Arts & Culture

Rob Sheffield writes the book of mixtape love

Todd Lavoie
Arts & Culture