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Calendar, Night&Day Secret Statues

Secret Statues

Below the surface of the Caribbean, just off the shores of Isla Mujeres in Mexico, there is a throng of 400 statues — nuns, soldiers, street sweepers, children, gangsters, cooks, and showgirls — gathered in solidarity. They are called…
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Dining, Fresh Eats Home Skillet: Bringing a Mountain of Breakfast to Mid-Market

Home Skillet: Bringing a Mountain of Breakfast to Mid-Market

The corner of Sixth and Market is a tough place to open a business, and Pearl's Deluxe Burgers made a go of it for awhile before closing earlier this year. In its place comes the more breakfast-oriented Home Skillet, possibly…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Beer, Boobs, and Ballads: <em>Spring Break the Musical</em>

Beer, Boobs, and Ballads: Spring Break the Musical

Apparently, Joe Francis (the lovely fellow behind the Girls Gone Wild franchise) thinks he has a monopoly on drunk girls who like to take their tops off. Earlier this year the, uh, entrepreneur attempted to prevent Madonna from performing…
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Calendar, Night&Day Girls Gone Musical

Girls Gone Musical

Apparently, Joe Francis (the lovely fellow behind the Girls Gone Wild franchise) thinks he has a monopoly on drunk girls who like to take their tops off. Earlier this year the, uh, entrepreneur attempted to prevent Madonna from performing her…
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News, The Snitch Facebook, Twitter: Are They Enabling Child Pornographers?

Facebook, Twitter: Are They Enabling Child Pornographers?

Mexican journalist and activist Lydia Cacho apparently thinks so.In a recent trip to San Francisco, Cacho, who has written about child prostitution in Cancún and tussled with powerful businessmen and politicians in her home country, said that social-media sites such…
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Dining, SFoodie Best Practices for Eating a Burrito in San Francisco

Best Practices for Eating a Burrito in San Francisco

A happy man once said, "The best burrito in the city is the one you are eating." He said it while cradling a ruptured super whose mass had burst through its tinfoil housing and was flowing, lavalike, down his…
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Calendar, Night&Day Hark!

Hark!

Remember how fun it was to sing carols, walking from house to house while tanked on cider and dizzy with the holiday lie known as Santa? Hold that thought. Now remember, years later, how you carried your first boombox around…
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Dining, Eat

Building a Better Burrito

Having consumed hundreds of members of the species over the past two decades, I could easily fill this page with thoughts on the burrito (technically, just about anything wrapped in a flour tortilla). A highly portable, often disrespected stepchild of…
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