Volume 43, Issue 30

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Volume 43, Issue 30

Top Stories

FEAST: How to be a frugal foodie in the new economy

Molly Freedenberg
Top Stories

FEAST: Our office experts describe their favorite places to dine and drink

Guardian Staff Writers
Top Stories

FEAST: Creating professional, sustainable events

Molly Freedenberg
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FEAST: Guilt-free sushi, oysters, and other delicacies from under the sea

Molly Freedenberg
Top Stories

Food-and-drink spots, deals, events and news

Virginia Miller
Top Stories

FEAST: Doughnuts, desserts, and other dulcet delights

Laura Peach
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FEAST: 8 tips on eating out more cost-effectively

Juliette Tang
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FEAST: An SF guide to New Orlean's-style cocktails

Virginia Miller
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FEAST: Fresh, healthy alternatives to the Master Cleanse

Paula Connelly
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FEAST: The best things between sliced bread

Juliette Tang
Top Stories

Volume 43, Issue 30

News & Culture

Why is the Obama administration giving tax breaks for private projects that aren't available to cities?

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Wardens have gone beyond drugs and weapons; phones are the new contraband

Tim Redmond

With EFCA finally within reach, Sen. Feinstein has announced that she is looking for a "less divisive" option

Gabriel Haaland, Rafael Mandelman

Green City: Polar bears, sea turtles, other marine mammals -- and those were just the protesters

Rebecca Bowe
Andrea Nemerson

Volume 43, Issue 30

Food & Drink

Fung Lum Restaurant

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Hukilau

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Bruno brings everyone's favorite Italian savory pie to the Fillmore historic jazz district

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Volume 43, Issue 30

Arts & Culture

Do we really need another dysfunctional-family flashback with the requisite retro pop hits, pot smoking, awkward virginity loss, and nostalgically horrible decor?

Dennis Harvey

Short takes on SFIFF

Cheryl Eddy, Dennis Harvey, Johnny Ray Huston

Before there was Barney or Raffi -- catchy ditties and dino-riffs at SFIFF

Dennis Harvey

San Franciscans sometimes seem fonder and more aware of what the Bay Area attracts than of what it produces

Ari Messer

Throbbing Gristle returns to San Francisco to destroy the universe

Brandon Bussolini

Dance is a way to explore personal values in the face of the overwhelming odds created by unequal power relationships

Rita Felciano
Arts & Culture

A certain stillness inhabits Frazer Bradshaw's Everything Strange and New

Lynn Rapoport

Bluebeard and Hansel and Gretel -- the film fest's fractured, freaky, and feminist fantasies

Kimberly Chun

The Industrial Revolution of San Francisco

Nicole Gluckstern

You haven't seen so many skinny ripped jeans, torn Patti Smith tees, untamed hairdos, and askew lapel pins since your last trip to the backroom of Adobe Books

Marke B.
Arts & Culture