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Culture, The Whore Next Door This One Time, at Bondage Camp...: Earning Your Naked Crucifiction Merit Badge

This One Time, at Bondage Camp...: Earning Your Naked Crucifiction Merit Badge

"There's no lightning in the forecast, right?" I asked the grizzled man with tattooed fingers who was shackling my naked body to a crucifix. It was beginning to drizzle slightly, and while I'm usually ecstatic to experience a summer thunderstorm,…
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Calendar, Night&Day Orbital movement

Orbital movement

The 36th annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival is in full swing, with over 300 musicians and dancers bringing traditions from every corner of the globe to stages in the city and around the Bay Area. Highlights this year…
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Dining, Eat Le P'tit Laurent: The Neighborhood Comes Together at the Place Around the Corner

Le P'tit Laurent: The Neighborhood Comes Together at the Place Around the Corner

I'll forgive a restaurant a lot if it serves great food. Slow service, drafty dining room, ear-splitting noise levels, dingy bathrooms ... all things that I can overlook in service of a fabulous-tasting meal. But I'm rarely willing to do…
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Dining, Fresh Eats Rice Paper Scissors Now Popping Up for Brunch

Rice Paper Scissors Now Popping Up for Brunch

Vietnamese street food champion and all-around social media darling Rice Paper Scissors has made the move from pop-up to permanently stationed restaurant, inside Brick and Mortar Music Hall on Mission and Duboce — and now they're doing brunch, too. Valerie…
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News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters January 22-28, 2014

Faux Reality The Real World isn't dead yet: Confidence is sexy, along with a quick wit and intellect . It seems I might just tune in after browsing through her bios. Nia N. Blog…
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News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters January 15-21, 2014

Safety Over Free Speech Keeping the kids safe at school should be a top priority: A few high profile, isolated instances? Blowing it out of proportion? There shouldn't be any instances . Reach as far…
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Calendar, Night&Day Dance Dance Revelation

Dance Dance Revelation

Lose weight! Get fit! Save money! Make art? The new year has arrived, and with it, the ritual cleansing of old sins with new resolutions. Resolutions only clear the cobwebs of the past through the penance of practice, and…
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News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters December 25, 2013-January 1, 2014

The Sounds of Music Not a fan of bucket drums: I enjoy most street musicians, but I really hate that guy who plays the drums in front of Old Navy, as well as the guy who drums on buckets in…
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Music, Hear This Marijuana Deathsquads: Show Preview

Marijuana Deathsquads: Show Preview

Minnesota has already left its imprint on music history by gifting the world Bob Dylan, Prince, the Andrews Sisters, and the Replacements. But over the last decade, an eventful, expansive, and awfully incestuous hip-hop/rock scene in Minneapolis has been pumping…
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Calendar, Night&Day I See Myself

I See Myself

Today you may — you must — behold the film for which SF Weekly last year deemed local musician and moviemaker H.P. Mendoza our Best New Horror Director. In I Am a Ghost, he had us at the Emily…
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Calendar, Night&Day Strong Silent Types

Strong Silent Types

Sometimes it takes a proliferation of new loud movies to put the value of old silent movies in perspective. Power to you if you want to get busy with Grown Ups 2 or R.I.P.D. this weekend, but just be…
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Music, Hear This Pharoahe Monch: Show Preview

Pharoahe Monch: Show Preview

For an MC so loaded with technique and bright ideas, Pharoahe Monch has had a really rocky run. Things started swimmingly, with the Queens native born Troy Donald Jamerson coming up as one half of underground outfit Organized Konfusion and…
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