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Calendar, Night&Day A priceless work

A priceless work

Earlier this month, Banksy set up a stand in Central Park to sell his pieces, anonymously, for $60 a pop. Although at auction his work has fetched more than $100K, he barely got a nibble. Tonight Dickson Schneider does…
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Music, All Shook Down Five Amazing Murals Honoring Departed Musicians

Five Amazing Murals Honoring Departed Musicians

The Los Angeles mural that has served as a site for Elliot Smith fans to pay tribute to the much beloved singer-songwriter has just been given a revamp, by Punk Rock Marthas -- an art-minded group of charitable folk…
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News, The Snitch Local Parents Not Exactly Tickled About Anti-Semitic Elmo Visiting Kids at Parks

Local Parents Not Exactly Tickled About Anti-Semitic Elmo Visiting Kids at Parks

Some San Francisco moms and dads are understandably worried about taking their young'uns to the park after hearing the infamous ranting Elmo has reportedly made his way to San Francisco. As the Richmond neighborhood blog notes, a man dressed up…
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Calendar, Night&Day Mass Choreograph

Mass Choreograph

For about 300 years starting in the 14th century, mainland Europe was afflicted by choreomania, a social phenomenon that caused thousands of people at once to dance hysterically. Some researchers believe the “dancing plague” was an extreme form of stress…
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News, Sucka Free City

Knit of Time

At 1:32 in the morning on a Saturday in February 2005, Bernal Heights resident Nina Rosenberg launched her quixotic quest to hang thousands of tiny red sweaters from the locust tree in front of her house — one for each…
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Calendar, Resolution Guide

Resolved: To Enjoy San Francisco

Native New Yorkers don't go to the top of the Empire State Building, visit the Statue of Liberty, or ride hansom cabs through Central Park, or so the cliché goes. But this -- what, reverse snobbery? soul-grinding ennui of day-to-day…
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Film, Icky, Icky, Icky

Icky, Icky, Icky

Even before the movie begins, as the New Line logo is still coalescing on a dark screen, a man speaks the soundtrack. He's talking about reincarnation and about what he would do if his wife, named Anna, were to die…
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Best of San Francisco, People & Places

Best Way to Rekindle Your Love Affair With San Francisco

The Big Apple has a lot to offer, no doubt about it. The nightlife never ends, you can get quality meals after 10 p.m., the arts are world class. And an East Coaster in both birthright and heart is warmed…
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News, Letters


Unused Body Part Lying Around I was dismayed by your cover story "How to Stalk, Kill, and Cook a California Wild Pig" (Sept. 2). First, the article says, "You can use any size bow and arrow, rifle, or pistol." In…
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