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Dining, Eat Atelier Crenn: Beautiful Food Falls Short

Atelier Crenn: Beautiful Food Falls Short

Here's a question I hesitate to type, for fear of its nausea-inducing effect: What makes food art, and not just a meal? The cynic might answer "$300 and a good suit jacket," while the romantic might talk about how art…
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Calendar, See/Be Seen Connecting With Art

Connecting With Art

ONGOING 7/29-8/21 Most of us have never heard gamelan -- a sonorous Indonesian musical style full of gongs, metallophones, xylophones, drums, cymbals, and flutes -- but the form has inspired everything from dreamy Debussy nocturnes to the modern cadences of…
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Music, Reviewed Rufus Wainwright

Rufus Wainwright

I was initially a little immune to the baroque fabulousness of Want One, the precursor to Want Two, Wainwright's fifth album -- that is, until One's gut-ripper "Go or Go Ahead" followed me around like a larger-than-life washed-up cinema star…
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Calendar, Night&Day Seasoned Dancers

Seasoned Dancers

Comedy matters to choreographer Mark Foehringer, whose work is colored by his unconventional childhood (raised in Brazil by Minnesotan Lutheran missionaries) and by his terpsichorean history, which includes dancing character roles en travesti (in drag) for classical ballets like La…
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News, Night Crawler Knowing Thyself in San Jose

Knowing Thyself in San Jose

Childhood curiosity led me to consider a number of esoteric subjects. In my general readings -- which whirled around subjects such as the tarot, meditation, automatic writing, visualization, self-healing, and a variety of other psychic phenomena -- I would frequently…
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