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 Sep 17 - 23, 2009 
Taste the fall flavor with farmer, Jesse Daves, and a guide to finding this season's bountiful local harvest.
NEWS/OPINION
Would the city recycle more if it were easier? And vote early in the municipal election, but bring your ID. Plus, traffic slows down in Nob Hill.
MUSIC
Psychedelic rock outfit is wet with sweat. Also, sign up for the Music in Film Summit, apply for SXSW and sample some deep-fried jams at the State Fair.
FOOD
A tale of brooding hens in Ari Levaux's back yard chicken coop. Plus, it's the last week to vote in Best of Burque Restaurants!
FILM & TV
True-life character study finds humor in the corporate price-fixing of amino acids, and a kiddy flick cooks up harmless, high-flying fun.
ARTS/LIT
Winning works of art from the State Fair, and the father of the atomic bomb takes the stage in an ambitious Mother Road Theatre Company production.
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Bad Jacks Make Good

Three Bad Jacks • S.O.L. • The Gunmen

Three Bad Jacks play at Low Spirits.

news

The Daily Word: Zombies on a plane, living life on a train and the FBI getting sued

The Daily Word

Man found doing household chores in woman’s house.

Missing cat causes taunting phone calls to owner.

The Associated Press sues FBI for fake news story.

Virginia teen faces 11 years in prison for controlling Twitter account in supports of ISIS and helps friend travel to join group.

Why pay rent when you can live in a train and travel?

50 bodies found in an abandoned truck in eastern Austria.

Driving instructor leaves 70 teenagers high and dry by taking their money and leaving them without receiving their drivers license.

Sea-level rising could be potentially disaster.

AMC puts Zombies in the sky.

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Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Solving a Haunting

A lecture by members of the Southwestern Ghost Hunter's Association.
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