Dead Tree Digest: Police Brutality, Porn from the Past, and SF's *Other* Teabaggers in This Week's Print Edition
In other news, I report on the Tea Party movement's arrival in San Francisco, in the form of a radical Republican with his sights set on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's seat. (Good luck with that.) Ashley Harrell chronicles the jubilation among pot-smokers over the California Supreme Court's recent decision to overturn a law limiting Marijuana possession to 8 ounces, and Benjamin Wachs asks: With Dolores Park closed, where will all the hipsters go?
In arts, movies, and culture, Chris Jensen offers a skeptical take on playwright Luis Alfaro's adaptation of the Oedipus myth into a Los Angeles barrio in Oedipus el Rey, while Karina Longworth pans director Garry Marshall's star-studded flop Valentine's Day. Bouncer columnist Katy St. Clair hates on a Marina-spawned Bachelor competitor from the comfort of a hotel bar, and Dan Savage advises a hubbie on a quest for the porn his wife filmed with her ex. (Good luck with that.)
So sidle up, light up, inhale deeply, and give us a read, partner. Just be sure the mysterious bachelorette sitting next to you isn't an unhinged undercover cop.