Volume 43, Issue 32

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Volume 43, Issue 32

Top Stories

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

Virginia Miller
Top Stories

Banks and speculators collude to evict longtime Mission tenants

Deia de Brito
Top Stories

San Francisco spends just 10 percent of public money with local businesses -- and that's bad for everyone

Tim Redmond
Top Stories

True diversity, golden survivors, chain alternatives, and pure grit: Our annual salute to small business

Top Stories

Volume 43, Issue 32

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

Green City: A multipronged effort -- and raised hopes -- to shut down the controversial fossil-fuel-fired facility

Rebecca Bowe

The public sector in general has been trained to do business with the lowest bidder that the role a major institution like San Francisco can play in boosting the local economy has gotten lost

Tim Redmond

Fourteen times the task force has asked Ethics for action, and 14 times those cases have been dismissed - with little serious investigation

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

My mother and I didn't get affordable housing, mental health services, or access to free child-care for my infant son because I was arrested.

Volume 43, Issue 32

Food & Drink

George's BBQ

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

A sea-centric menu that's full of flair and, although not cheap, isn't killingly expensive either.

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Volume 43, Issue 32

Arts & Culture

Matt Keegan gives form to his and SF's past in "Postcards & Calendars"

Johnny Ray Huston
Arts & Culture

Local looks and views abroad

Laura Peach
Arts & Culture

Jim Jarmusch journeys through The Limits of Control

Erik Morse

Kirby Dick's Outrage aims to have an explosive breaking-news impact

Dennis Harvey

New poetry anthology American Hybrid has only half a tank

Garrett Caples
Arts & Culture

A Day in the Life charts the decline of the West and the search for another country

Kandia Crazy Horse
Arts & Culture

The Tyranny of Oil: The World's Most Powerful Industry -- and What We Must Do to Stop It

Ben Terrall
Arts & Culture

Elektra clash? Peaches, Larry Tee, and Fisherspooner return that ol' time sound to the fray

Kimberly Chun

A bevy of seaworthy DVDs bubble up

Erik Morse
Arts & Culture

The Best of PlayGround Festival, now more than a decade old, nurtures exciting, emerging talent

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture