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News, The Snitch Bitch Needs Some Money

Bitch Needs Some Money

No, not me. The magazine. You may be distracted by the sucking sound created by the rapidly collapsing financial world, but don't forget: publications are suffering as well! The latest mag in line for the chopping block had its humble…
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Calendar, Night&Day You're Such A ...

You're Such A ...

We girls who grew up on Sassy magazine had a few things in common. You might remember us as the firebrands who got good grades, avoided pep rallies at all costs, and lectured our less enlightened peers on the vanity…
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Best of San Francisco, People & Places

Best Bitch

Mean, horny, loud, annoying, and smart -- that's what "bitch" often means. Miya-Jervis, editor and publisher of Bitch Magazine, is all those things. She's especially mean to irresponsible advertisers, misogynistic publications, and stupid movies, given that the magazine focuses on…
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Best of San Francisco, People & Places

Best Local Self-Publishers

Working from a small Mission office space, the founding staff of Bitch magazine -- Lisa Miya-Jervis, Andi Zeisler, and Ben Shaykin -- are considered gurus in the world of independent publishing. For nearly six years, they've been writing, editing, marketing,…
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Music,

Racket

We all hanker for convenience, and this yen occasionally leads to a temporary suspension of preference. There's what-we'd-rather-do (in my case, flip through the bins at a small new-and-used record store) and what-we-can-do-in-10-minutes-and-not-go-too-far-out-of-our-way. Under the latter circumstances, I recently found…
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Music,

Racket

Deborah Gibson is a bit flustered. She's just informed the audience that she's going to have to leave a little early tonight. "If I don't make my plane, I'll be ..." She pauses momentarily, considering her choice of words. "...…
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Music,

Racket

Julia Sweeney begins her monologue God Said Ha! by 'fessing right up to why she's an actress: She craves attention. As one of those people who tends to go ignored in daily life, she's subject to repeated injustices, such as…
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