Volume 46, Issue 49

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Volume 46, Issue 49

News & Culture

Why environmentalists and neighborhood groups are opposing more money for parks 

Yael Chanoff

Mercury Insurance wants to buy your vote again — this time, with an unusual ally

Steven T. Jones

The plan's got flaws, but it's all we've got

Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Volume 46, Issue 49

Food & Drink

BEER + WINE ISSUE: A self-guided bike tour to up your brew IQ

Caitlin Donohue
Food & Drink

The High Halushki of Hyperbole is not amused.

L.E. Leone

Blue Bottle, SPQR, Foraged Flavor....: Fresh new cookbooks to spice up your repertoire

Virginia Miller
Food & Drink

The New Southern restaurant whistles, but doesn't quite sing

Virginia Miller

Volume 46, Issue 49

Arts & Culture

A romp through this year's bumper crop of trash lit

Tim Redmond

A native son counters the myths of Chinatown in a new book

Emily Hunt

Mission gangs and tattoos are the stuff of a dynamic experiment in theater activism, as Paul S. Flores' Placas moves from page to stage

Robert Avila

Nightlife: Eagle still gay, New Wave City turns 20, SF Electronic Music Fest blast through town, more

Marke B.

Raunchy 'Bachelorette' is a funny but flawed wedding comedy

Cheryl Eddy

Mark Mothersbaugh and Devo aim to infect commercialism from within

Ryan Prendiville

1980s teen movie star Molly Ringwald finds new success as an acclaimed author -- but can she still put lipstick on with her cleavage? 

Marke B.

Some neighbors are bummed that a new pot club is coming to Mission Street, but does their reasoning make sense?

Caitlin Donohue
Arts & Culture