Volume 42, Issue 40

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Volume 42, Issue 40

Top Stories

PG&E works to thwart a renewable public power measure

Amanda Witherell
Top Stories

Under the guise of helpfulness, Big Pharma is after your confidential medical records

Jake Whitney
Top Stories

Proposed ballot measure would make it city policy to better facilitate concerts and street fairs

Steven T. Jones
Top Stories

Audit supports allegations of problems with bond money at City College

G.W. Schulz
Top Stories

Volume 42, Issue 40

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

Don't ever stop ruthlessly criticizing everything that exists. It's the only way we'll survive

Annalee Newitz

Dipping into the public financing fund for any reason sets a terrible precedent

Steven Hill

The international Towards Carfree Conference in Portland didn't just spin its wheels

Steven T. Jones

Let me politely suggest that if the Marines invade San Francisco, the pistol in your attic won't be much help

Tim Redmond

We're not happy with the level of animosity here

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Volume 42, Issue 40

Food & Drink

Pho Hoa Lao #2

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

After 11 years, still breaking out the bubbly beneath the gardener's dome

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Volume 42, Issue 40

Arts & Culture

At last -- a Pakistani horror film that rocks

Dennis Harvey
Arts & Culture

Visiting artists home-invade through dance, with varying results

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

A threesome of venerable venues hit 100. Plus: Battlehooch, Megafaun, and more

Kimberly Chun

Wells offers the real thing: the experience that there is only one moment, and it's now

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

It's no Men in Black, but still teems with destruction, funniness

Amber Humphrey

The technophile artist has arrived at a startling depiction of memory and magic

Erik Morse
Arts & Culture

Polyglot rot: Down-home gets down and dirty with Meth Teeth

Chris Sabbath

Tilly and the Wall enjoy the ride

Kimberly Chun

Digging up veteran thrash combo Hirax for the free outdoor metal fest, Tidal Wave

Ben Richardson

Twenty-four years, 100,000 jazz lovers

Kevin Lee