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Calendar, Night&Day Talk Nerdy to Me

Talk Nerdy to Me

Get Lit, Get Lucky! is a chance for you to meet hot local singles in your area (to talk about literature). Presented by Litquake, this singles' night for nerds is a chance to meet and mingle with other local…
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Calendar, Night&Day Very Pride of its Books

Very Pride of its Books

Local superhero indie outfit Manic D Press has reason to be proud every month: Almost exclusively Jennifer Joseph's one-woman show since 1984, the press puts outs quality books that, when it started, no one else would have dared to…
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Calendar, Night&Day San Franvampires

San Franvampires

The literary journal that focuses solely on San Francisco-related work is back with Issue 8: The Genre Issue. As the name suggests, Instant City is emblematic of our ever-changing municipality and its many subcultures, so it's not hard to…
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Calendar, Night&Day They Come to Stab Caesar

They Come to Stab Caesar

Is writing fiction the same as being insane and a liar? Making up stories is definitely something you can get in trouble for. Even trying to document everyday life can get complicated: One person’s “I went to the store for…
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Calendar, Night&Day For A Lost Cause

For A Lost Cause

We, the people, are going to lose this one. If the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association managed to keep Proposition 98 a secret from Bay Area progressives until about a month ago, it's already over. Those right-wingers got public education with…
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Calendar, Night&Day Stop Complaining and K’vetsh

Stop Complaining and K’vetsh

If you're normal, you sit around wondering where all the cool people are tonight. Where are the creative, confident, bizarre people who very likely might be famous someday? Where is the sexy artists' enclave waiting to welcome you and inspire…
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Culture, Books

Good Advice for Young Trendy People

Edited by Jennifer Blowdryer Manic D Press (2005), $15 Woe is the life of the tragically hip. If you're not lucky enough to have a trust fund or to parlay your eye for the avant-garde into a cash cow funding…
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