Volume 42, Issue 27

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Volume 42, Issue 27

Top Stories

Our endorsement in the April 8 special election -- For Congress: Barry Hermanson

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EXCLUSIVE: Internal emails show top staffers seeking to undermine dissidents in contested union election

J.B. Powell
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Tenacious in his activism, Kalman never walked away from an issue

Savannah Blackwell
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How a small SF union lost its independence -- and can't get it back

J.B. Powell
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Keepers of the Golden Gate Bridge want another buck from motorists, but that won't fix the long-term problems -- including an outsized and costly board of directors

G.W. Schulz
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Bay Area program helps Chinese Americans find their identity

Candice Chan
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Making clubbing a career

Soo Oh
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Why college grads get service jobs

Ailene Sankur
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Broakland Bikes bomb the Bay

Chris Jasmin
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AIM brings classical to kids

Vanessa Carr
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Volume 42, Issue 27

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

My glee in the destruction of my own spoken language isn't entirely inspired by knowing language history

Annalee Newitz

You might expect that when the mayor proposes an "across the board" budget cut from city departments, almost any position in city government would be on the table.

Stefan Lynch

The Green Cafe Network goes beyond fair trade

Alex Felsinger

Leno v. Migden, and a reflection on the First Ammendment

Tim Redmond

Newsom and Maxwell's plan will almost certainly damage the creative underside of the city's entertainment scene

Editorial

Nine more patronage cronies, Mr. Mayor, and you'll make the nut

Editorial

Volume 42, Issue 27

Food & Drink

Maybe those who insist on bottled water should be obliged to join the smokers outside

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

The big dig

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Green Chile Kitchen

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 27

Arts & Culture

Bay Area thrash returns -- and a new gen of headbangers rocks it raw

Endless Ocean: Dive, Discover, Dream

Kea Johnston
Arts & Culture

In his first play, Dennis Lehane mines dark mysteries in flyover country

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture

Women represent, thrash-wise, and metal purveyor Shaxul Records throws open its dark doors

Kimberly Chun

Autechre skitters between the post-classical, the plug-in, and the dance floor

Erik Morse

Multiple maniacs won't deter these vets

Duncan Scott Davidson

A youthful Hatchet picks up the thrash where the older bands left off

Cheryl Eddy

Metal for ravenous headbangers: Floating Goat, Black Cobra, and more

Ben Richardson

Bay Area thrash is on the comeback as Exodus and Testament rouse new fans with new recordings

Ben Richardson

The Death of the Critic and Headless Body in Topless Bar

Arts & Culture