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Volume 43, Issue 43

Top Stories

Two takes on 3 Feet High and Rising, 20 years later

D. Scot Miller, Mosi Reeves
Top Stories

My strange encounters with a strange crew

Sarah Phelan
Top Stories

The program is a pioneering effort — but will budget cuts damage it?

Wendi Jonassen
Top Stories

Health care reform groups fear the cure may be worse than the disease

Steven T. Jones, Rebecca Bowe
Top Stories

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

Virginia Miller
Top Stories

Volume 43, Issue 43

News & Culture

Andrea Nemerson

There's too much at stake here to accept an industry-backed plan masquerading as reform

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Mr. Incredible is this great superhero, but liability lawsuits force him to retire and he winds up as a claims clerk in an insurance company

Tim Redmond

The U.S. government has no moral or political authority to tell Iranians what they should do. Iranians are perfectly capable of deciding for themselves

Reese Erlich, Ross Mirkarimi, Sean Penn

Volume 43, Issue 43

Food & Drink

Lugging it out to Spud Point Crab Company

L.E. Leone
Food & Drink

The Lower Haight gets first French bistro, featuring well-executed classics

Paul Reidinger
Food & Drink

Volume 43, Issue 43

Arts & Culture

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood slings past its many faults

Ben Richardson
Arts & Culture

Michael-mocker Jarvis Cocker is takes delight in "knowing all this crap."

Kimberly Chun

Two takes on 3 Feet High and Rising, 20 years later

D. Scot Miller, Mosi Reeves

Ray Luv's pushin' the Bay TV and The Dame Fame Show

Garrett Caples

A new doc honors a forgotten sitcom star from the early years of television

Dennis Harvey

A History of Israeli Cinema chronicles just that

Dennis Harvey

Nightlife: Boner Party, Super Hero Street Fair, Glitch Mob, Miss $1.98, and bacon-wrapped martinis

Marke B.

John Baldessari keeps the faith — with buoyant color — at the Legion of Honor

Glen Helfand
Arts & Culture

Kid Cudi brings "dat new new" to pop's Babylon

Mosi Reeves

Bay Area theater companies battle the recession and try to stay afloat

Victoria Nguyen
Arts & Culture