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Volume 43, Issue 16

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CAREERS & ED: Miranda Caroligne's road from physical therapist to fashionista

Meghan McCloskey
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CAREERS & ED: How to turn economic crisis into professional catharsis

Katie Baker
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CAREERS & ED: Celebrate 2009 with exciting new skills

G. Martinez-Cabrera
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CAREERS & ED: A selection of courses for kids-at-heart

Molly Freedenberg
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Free food, music, and movies. Cheap drinks, dates, and dining. Plus much, much more in our guide to surviving these tough times in style

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The Board of Supervisors' new progressive majority won its first big vote, but rougher roads lie ahead

Steven T. Jones, Sarah Phelan
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Volume 43, Issue 16

News & Culture

Green City: StreetsBlog throws an edgy curve into San Francisco bicycle coverage

Steven T. Jones
Andrea Nemerson

This month, the Board of Supervisors has the opportunity to protect the health and, in some cases, the lives of thousands

Alysabeth Alexander, Ed Kinchley, Jennifer Friedenbach

Is this the city we all want to live in? Or are the wealthier residents and bigger businesses willing to pay just a little bit more each year?

Tim Redmond

The new supe head needs to show that he's more than a compromise candidate and that he has the ability to lead the board and promote the progressive agenda

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Our list of the hottest (and often charitable) Obama-fests on Tuesday, January 20

Steven T. Jones, Cheryl Eddy, Anna Rendall, Meghann Myers

Volume 43, Issue 16

Food & Drink

A handsome interior, Moroccan-influenced menu -- and hearty favorites like beef stew

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Fanny's Restaurant -- and the literary possibilities of duck soup

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 43, Issue 16

Arts & Culture

Will My Bloody Valentine 3D turn the trend of terrible terror remakes around?

Cheryl Eddy
Arts & Culture

The blog that ate San Francisco! Peter Sinn Nachtrieb's new play takes on the neighbors. Plus: The best of Sketchfest

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture

B.I.G. on the big screen -- louder than words? Plus: Brightblack Morning Light, Wild Weekend, Lenka, Fountains of Wayne, and more

Kimberly Chun

A little rain, a lot of fun with Colter Jacobsen and Tomo Yasuda

Johnny Ray Huston

The man who fused jazz with pop keeps swinging

Tomas Palermo

Wovenhand works a supernatural naturalism -- and weaves a Denver charm

Nicole Gluckstern

Ishmael Reed's pugnacious Mixing It Up

D. Scot Miller
Arts & Culture

Aurobora Press and the end of an era

Ari Messer
Arts & Culture

Love is in the air (and theater) at this year's Berlin and Beyond fest

Nicole Gluckstern

A master's late-career phantoms at the Pacific Film Archive

Max Goldberg