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Calendar, Night&Day Queer and Now

Queer and Now

At last year’s BYOQ (Bring Your Own Queer), a cute stranger taught us how to booty bounce against the stage of Golden Gate Park’s historical Bandshell Pavilion. We are now convinced the bandshell is meant solely for glitter-loads of hot…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Litquake's Writers in Recovery: "All of My Artistic Heroes Were Addicts"

Litquake's Writers in Recovery: "All of My Artistic Heroes Were Addicts"

A group of people filed into a large room. Seven of them got up in front of the crowd and told stories about their addictions and the terrible things they did. Most of the stories were true. Deeply confessional. Brutally…
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Calendar, Night&Day Metatation

Metatation

The Buddhist parable of the worst horse describes four different horses responding to the pain, anticipated or physical, of a whip. From dashing off at the sight of a whip to undergoing several beatings before departing, each horse chooses a…
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Calendar, Night&Day Within Spitting Distance

Within Spitting Distance

We are at a moment during which blaming the 1990s for extraneous holes in people’s faces and a backlog of black boots is no longer important. Now we may comfortably hail the grunge-addled decade for its excellent cultural contributions, which…
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Calendar, Night&Day Mad Men

Mad Men

The Radar Reading series may be famous for the cookies -- if you ask a question after the readers read, you get a cookie -- but this time, it's about men. Jon Ginoli is a man, for example, a brave,…
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Calendar, Night&Day A Kick in the Rumpus

A Kick in the Rumpus

Unlike fairies, who come back to life when you clap your hands, or angels, who get their wings when a bell is rung, fledgling Web sites go through the opposite metamorphoses. Shortly after inception, the little URL sets about justifying…
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Calendar, Night&Day <i>Viva Loss</i> Vegas

Viva Loss Vegas

Local writer and vegetable enthusiast Sarah Fran Wisby is that rare bird who can restore a person's faith in the written word. Say you've lost your appreciation for metaphor, because the world is so fucked up you just don't know…
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Calendar, Urban Experience In Verse

In Verse

THURS 3/31 Is there really a town called Camus, Idaho? In Ali Liebegott's new novel in verse, The Beautifully Worthless, not only does such a town exist, but so do a New York waitress and her trusty Dalmatian, Rorschach, as…
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