Volume 48, Issue 29

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Volume 48, Issue 29

News & Culture

With climate change threatening life as we know it, perhaps it's time to revive the forgotten goal of spending less time on our jobs

Steven T. Jones
Cover Story

Volume 48, Issue 29

News & Culture

Thinking ahead to 2050, voyaging solo across the Pacific, celebrating earth Day ... Our new environmental column looks at how we're living within the natural world

Rebecca Bowe

Politics are holding back San Francisco's best shot at reducing carbon emissions

Alexander Mullaney

Shrimp Boy is innocent (say his attorneys), Airbnb comes clean, and Ellis Act reform advances

Guardian Staff Writers
Guardian Editorial
Editorial

Volume 48, Issue 29

Food & Drink

THE WEEKNIGHTER: Divisadero's Mini Bar packs in maximum impact

Stuart Schuffman, aka Broke-Ass Stuart
Food & Drink

TABLEHOPPING Even more places open for brunch and lunch, plus Passover and Easter options!

Marcia Gagliardi

Volume 48, Issue 29

Arts & Culture

Notes from the Russia Case offerings at the Golden Mask Festival

Robert Avila
Marke B.
Emma Silvers

'The Weirdness' is Faust in the Information Age, with a strong dose of ironic detachment

Steven T. Jones

A new Oakland music festival aims to bring art downtown. Plus: If you still believe in college radio, KUSF still needs you

Emma Silvers
Guardian Staff Writers

Three decades into his career, indie stalwart Jim Jarmusch delivers one of his best films yet

Cheryl Eddy

Sokurov's 2011 'Faust' finally makes its local debut

Dennis Harvey

The Martinez Brothers bring that beat back. Plus: Guy Gerber, Nina Kraviz, Inc., Minilogue, more parties

Marke B.

Three provocative premieres from Hope Mohr Dance

Rita Felciano