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Top Ten SF Weekly Covers of 2012 

Curated by SF Weekly art director Andrew J. Nilsen.
10.

On the cover: Prop 13: The Building-Sized Loopholes Corporations Exploit, by Joe Eskenazi. January 4 issue.
9.

On the cover: Indie on Top: Noise Pop Celebrates 20 Years of Independent Music, by Ian S. Port. February 22 issue.
8.

On the cover: Fall Arts: Classical Revolution Charts a New Course, by Casey Burchby. September 5 issue.
7.

On the cover: Tainted Saint: Mother Teresa Defended Pedophile Priest, by Peter Jamison. January 11 issue.
6.

On the cover: A More Perfect Union: Prop. 8 May Lead to Gay-Marriage Rights, by Beth Winegarner. October 17 issue.
5.

On the cover: Operation Midnight Climax: How the CIA Dosed S.F. Citizens with LSD, by Troy Hooper. March 14 issue.
4.

On the cover: The Dispossessed: Bayview Homeowners Fight Foreclosures, by Albert Samaha. May 2 issue.
3.

On the cover: Muni: Our Transit Agency Has Neglected Maintenance for Years, by Joe Eskenazi. June 13 issue.
2.

On the cover: Hiding in Plain Sight: A Homicide Suspect Spent Four Years on the Lam, by Albert Samaha. September 26 issue.
1.

On the cover: The Copyright Standoff: Technology Pits Bad Rules vs. No Rules, by Dan Mitchell. July 11 issue.
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On the cover: Prop 13: The Building-Sized Loopholes Corporations Exploit, by Joe Eskenazi. January 4 issue.
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