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Calendar, Night&Day Bird Is the Word

Bird Is the Word

Anne Lamott has the rare ability to approach subjects devalued by empty platitudes and false sentiment — faith, grief, the writing process — in a considered yet unsentimental manner. She’s a hero among fellow writers thanks to her book Bird…
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Calendar, Night&Day Making History

Making History

Anne Lamott reports that Flannery O’Connor is the genius who said, “Anyone who survived childhood has enough material to write for the rest of his or her life.” Maybe you’ve been wondering who said that; now you know. Maybe you’ve…
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Calendar, Performance Sudden and Unexpected

Sudden and Unexpected

FRI 5/20 For an event called "Random Acts of Art 2," the organizers have left precious little to chance when it comes to keeping the audience entertained. At its core, "Random" is a Lollapalooza-like happening featuring 16 California artists, most…
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Culture, Books Deliver Me

Deliver Me

Britney's doing it, so it must be cool. Getting pregnant -- possibly the most public of private things you can do -- is apparently a story of national proportions. A recent article in the Washington Post quoted tabloid dominatrix Bonnie…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Second Best Local Magazine

What started four years ago as a newsletter advocating an off-leash park in Berkeley has blossomed into a full-fledged magazine, published quarterly and recognized by the Utne Reader as the Best of the Alternative Press for lifestyle coverage. Even Esquire…
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Calendar, Halloween

REAL ASTROLOGY For an Unreal World

Aries (March 21-April 19): I want to express my admiration for the adventures you've risked in 1995. You've had a sixth sense about when it's best to ignore all the "No Trespassing" signs. And yet you've also had a seventh…
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