Volume 42, Issue 23

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Volume 42, Issue 23

Top Stories

San Francisco officials resist plans to use aerial spraying against a potentially damaging moth

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories

What impact will the Nader-Gonzalez ticket have?

Steven T. Jones, Tim Redmond
Top Stories

Jury deliberates in the Guardian's predatory pricing lawsuit

Tim Redmond
Top Stories

Did City College use its foundation to launder public funds for political purposes?

G.W. Schulz
Top Stories

GUARDIAN WINS LAWSUIT AGAINST SF WEEKLY -- $15.6 million in damages awarded

Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 23

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

In the future, your infamy will not be remembered. Is that comforting?

Annalee Newitz

As public health nurses, we implore our elected officials to protect the most vulnerable while making difficult decisions

Sasha J. Cuttler

Officials found residents citywide were most concerned with reliability in the system

Bryan Cohen

Medflies vs. moths -- and the return of Jerry Brown

Tim Redmond

Organic farmers manage to produce crops every year without dumping chemicals on them

Editorial

Money earmarked for public education has gone to promote bond acts that bring in money for the district

Editorial

Volume 42, Issue 23

Food & Drink

Like all repertoires, the soup repertoire is in need of constant tending

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

The warm delights of Tofu Village

Ailene Sankur
Food & Drink

Tubular bells ... and whistles

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Cinderella Russian Bakery

Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 23

Arts & Culture

Welcome to our zesty Asian American Film Fest coverage

Bogdanovich gets his due in a Castro Theatre tribute

Dennis Harvey
Arts & Culture

Who took the sex outta my rock 'n' roll? Plus: Why?, Minmae, Wildildlfe, and more

Kimberly Chun
Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

Standing firm as a distinctly American dance music bastion.

Kevin Lee

924 Gilman Street Project, Feb. 10

Alex Felsinger

A broad story about the strange currents of American avant-garde music

Max Goldberg

International Women's Day: Not just for white women who eat organic

Jamilah King
Arts & Culture

An exhilarating survey of early modern Japan and its sumptuous -- and often costly -- pleasures

Matt Sussman
Arts & Culture

The uncaged reflections of Columbus, Ohio's Black Swans

Nathan Baker