Volume 42, Issue 22

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Volume 42, Issue 22

Top Stories

San Francisco's best late lunches

Ella Lawrence
Top Stories

Mayor's Office stalls legislation to create standards of care for homeless shelters

Bryan Cohen
Top Stories

War of words surrounding Susan Leal's removal offers more heat than light

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories

Guardian lawsuit heads to the jury

Tim Redmond
Top Stories

Americans can't afford dental care, so they're fleeing to risky clinics across the border

Justin Juul
Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 22

News & Culture

There is a certain moral authority to governing that escapes both George W. Bush and Dick Cheney

Ralph Nader
Andrea Nemerson

Science is crucial to the management of the nation, and without it we're no better than a medieval kingdom

Annalee Newitz

We can't afford to lose more good women in power, or let the few that remain be silenced into inaction

Alix Rosenthal, Amy Moy and Micha Liberty

The city considers rival plans to implement mandatory green design standards for new residential and commercial buildings

David Carini

A remarkable thing is happening in the area surrounding Market and Octavia streets

Editorial

Volume 42, Issue 22

Food & Drink

As a member of the lentil-involved community, I was honored

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

A performance enhancement

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Califia Taqueria

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 22

Arts & Culture

A blood harvest of cult DVDs

Dennis Harvey
Arts & Culture

Theatre Rhino tackles David Mamet's Boston Marriage

Dennis Harvey
Arts & Culture

All four actors deliver pitch-perfect performances. But guess which one steals the whole Scene?

Deborah Giattina
Arts & Culture

Obamusical mania, John Benson's bus woes, Mammal, Taken by Trees, Ricky Lee Robinson, and Langhorne Slim

Kimberly Chun

Fabulous exponents of an art that embraces female sensuality

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

He might be an alien or an android, but it's doubtful

Cheryl Eddy

If voice has a color, Holly Cole's gleams like burnished copper

Marcus Crowder

History is sampled in this weekend of features set in Piemonte, Italy

Dennis Harvey

Many viewers may recognize the city as they know it: construction, do-not-enter road signs, and a distant skyline

Max Goldberg
Arts & Culture

Who needs to be cool when Long Thaw are in the house?

Lauren Giniger