Volume 43, Issue 40

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Volume 43, Issue 40

Top Stories

U.N. General Assembly president urges rich countries to better address the economic crisis

Nick Buxton
Top Stories

Safer streets for cyclists cause growing pains for motorists

Rebecca Bowe
Top Stories

Chronicle stories and controversial award trigger a new round of anti-immigrant anger

Steven T. Jones, Sarah Phelan
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Parking is quietly becoming the year's big issue

Steven T. Jones
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Deconstructing the politics of parking in San Francisco

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

Virginia Miller
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Volume 43, Issue 40

News & Culture

Harris and Newsom ought to be defending the Sanctuary Laws, not running away from them

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

The decline of daily newspapers is going to have a serious impact on open government

Tim Redmond

Fearing arrest and/or deportation will mean fewer women will report rape or other violence and exploitation when they occur

Rachel West

Volume 43, Issue 40

Food & Drink

Tootling around Berlin, and missing Brick Pig's House in Oakland

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

Quietly sophisticated "coastal cuisine" in a Captain Nemo-like, underwater-fantasy setting

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Volume 43, Issue 40

Arts & Culture

What is this thing they call the Jejune Institute? Does it hurt?

Nicole Gluckstern
Arts & Culture

DJ Beto's extra-zesty Panamanian adventure. Plus: Tartufi gets its Fourth off

Kimberly Chun

Snakeflower 2 sheds its Memphis skin in favor of cacophony and cantatas

L.C. Mason

A special remembrance from and for the heart of a soul lover

Andre Torrez

Pentagram forges a five-star caliber five-pointed star of sound

Tony Papanikolas

William I. Robinson's latest outlines a mad rush toward a world where cars consume cereal

Ben Terrall
Arts & Culture

Goteblüd is a treasure trove of DIY publishing

Johnny Ray Huston
Arts & Culture

Jennifer Lynch steps up -- cruelly -- with Surveillance

Dennis Harvey

Ratio 3's "Safe Word" reaches out to a neighbor

Johnny Ray Huston
Arts & Culture

Aurora Theatre's see-worthy romantic comedy, Jack Goes Boating

Robert Avila
Arts & Culture