Volume 43, Issue 36

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Volume 43, Issue 36

Top Stories

Muni battle kicks off budget showdown season at City Hall

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories

Marriage equality advocates react, then move into campaign mode

Rebecca Bowe
Top Stories

Newsom's budget cuts public health and city employees -- and includes no new taxes

Steven T. Jones
Top Stories

Luques Restaurant and Stable Cafe focus on the long-neglected art of the afternoon repast

Paul Reidinger
Top Stories

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

Virginia Miller
Top Stories

Volume 43, Issue 36

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

A new lawsuit seeks to impede the Port of Oakland's ability to regulate dirty trucks

Melody Parker

Not only is this system inhumane and counterproductive, it's also expensive: it costs about $40,000 dollars a year to keep a prisoner behind bars.

Hadar Aviram

Cutting services for the poor, as opposed to cutting things rich people want and need, or making them pay a tiny bit more to keep society stable, is a political choice

Tim Redmond

This time, let's get it right

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Volume 43, Issue 36

Food & Drink

Love, Ativan, and Ton Yong Thai Cafe

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Volume 43, Issue 36

Arts & Culture

Hacking a path through the latest slew of British horror flicks

Dennis Harvey
Arts & Culture

Shotgun Players' Faust, Part 1 at the Ashby Stage is whole unto itself

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture

Ex-Grandaddy Jason Lytle puts it all together, Camera Obscura get a little happy

Kimberly Chun

In Attica Locke's Black Water Rising, the surprises extend beyond suspense

D. Scot Miller
Arts & Culture

Zombies, werewolves, slashers -- the usual suspects turn up at Another Hole in the Head fest

Cheryl Eddy

Throwing light on underrated action master Phil Karlson at Pacific Film Archive

Max Goldberg

The making and unmaking of Robert Frank's The Americans

Matt Sussman
Arts & Culture

Rising above with DJ Jesse Saunders, Roller Disco!, Zombie Beach Party, Wighnomy Bros, and a Big Gay Idea party

Marke B.

The humor, sadness, and everything-ness of Robert Frank's The Americans -- 50 years later

Johnny Ray Huston
Arts & Culture

Disco popsters the Juan MacLean are only human -- more or less

Brandon Bussolini