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Culture, Stage Annie Danger: She'll Take Your Body on a Spiritual Journey

Annie Danger: She'll Take Your Body on a Spiritual Journey

Annie Danger isn't officially running for Pope, at least not yet, but the performing artist might win a sizable share of the electorate (whoever they are) here in S.F. Originally from Albuquerque, N.M., Danger has been doing queer performance in…
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Film, "10 Years": Reeling in the Aughts

"10 Years": Reeling in the Aughts

An amiable, seriocomic high-school-reunion movie, 10 Years succeeds in pulling off a fine varsity talent show. Although some performers, notably Channing Tatum, who also produced, and Ari Graynor, are more appealing than others, the film is admirably consistent in its…
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Music, Chaotic Consensus: Deerhoof vs. Evil sounds like sonic agreement, for once

Chaotic Consensus: Deerhoof vs. Evil sounds like sonic agreement, for once

Harpsichord. Congotronics. Flamenco guitar. Crunchy analog samples. Crushing metallic riffs. Whirling keyboard dashes. Stonesy swagger. Wispy vocal lines. Until now, those were sounds you'd have expected to hear in the record collections of the four very different musicians in the…
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Film, Ain't No Sunshine

Ain't No Sunshine

Like the shambling VW van its hapless characters steer from Albuquerque to Redondo Beach, Little Miss Sunshine is a rickety vehicle that travels mostly downhill. How this antic-extended sitcom from first-time feature makers Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris left Sundance…
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Music, Shin Music

Shin Music

If you're one of the thousands who were smitten by the Shins' 2001 debut LP, Oh, Inverted World, then you're familiar with the Pavlovian response evoked by the ghastly whistles and jittery percussion that open the record: the glee in…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Feed Your Head

Begun as an open-air gathering held in a vacant lot once favored by mad machinists, the first Brainwash Movie Festival was a cinematic playground, created by local musician/filmmaker David Krzysik, in which insurgent directors and outrageous audiences might converge. Filmgoers…
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Naked Poets Society

A gas fireplace flickers noiselessly, illuminating the "Above Paradise" poetry night South of Market, the oldest continuous reading series in the city. Faces of the gathered artistes bask in the phony glow -- gay and straight, Caucasian and Eurasian, talented…
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Hear This

Imperial Teen, Track Star, Henry's Dress At the Great American Music Hall, it's pop for pop's sake with two sweets and a sour. First up is Henry's Dress, an Albuquerque, N.M., transplant, who have received far more (well-deserved) kind words…
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