Volume 48, Issue 27

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Volume 48, Issue 27

Top Stories

Bacon Twix, rabbit curry, spicy panuozzo, avocado tacos: the hottest new spots in the city (that won't break your bank)

Marcia Gagliardi
Top Stories

Volume 48, Issue 27

News & Culture

In many ways, San Francisco hasn't changed. It's still the old Barbary Coast, ruled by capitalist thugs and corrupt politicians, only with glossy modern spin

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

How an FBI probe of organized crime in Chinatown took down a senator and well-connected political consultant

Steven T. Jones

The police shooting of Alejandro Nieto leaves a community in shock

Rebecca Bowe

SFUSD considers allowing hats in schools, ending a policy discouraging cultural indicators

Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez

Volume 48, Issue 27

Food & Drink

Drinking from noon to midnight and back again: our guide to bars and liquor for every hour of the day

Marke B.

THE WEEKNIGHTER: Into the Wayback Machine and through the tipsy ages with Upper Haight standby The Gold Cane

Stuart Schuffman, aka Broke-Ass Stuart
Food & Drink

Volume 48, Issue 27

Arts & Culture

Oakland's violin-wielding Everyone Is Dirty on the band's first full-length. Plus: Wicked Mercies and The She's

Emma Silvers

Composer Mark Growden finds his calling with the Calling All Choir

It's only April, but The Raid 2 is the action movie of the year

Cheryl Eddy

A PFA series pays tribute to Czech New Wave filmmaker Jan Nemec

Dennis Harvey

The dark, entrancing 'A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness' and other Crossroads experimental film fest standouts

Cheryl Eddy

Nightlife's spring has sprung: Sunset season opener, Hard French's return, star-studly Soiree, Dick Slap life, Worldly sounds, more parties

Marke B.

The ever-questioning Margaret Jenkins celebrates four decades of dance

Rita Felciano