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Music, Bouncer

Bouncer Tees Off on Condi Rice, Televised Football

It's always interesting to me when learned, accomplished women turn out to be obsessed with sports. For example, Joyce Carol Oates loves boxing. Even stranger, Condoleezza Rice loves football. She is a historian of the game and has followed it…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Harry Belafonte, Patriot

From the outset of his recording career, Harry Belafonte took a stand. He refused to appear in the segregated South, vocally and financially supported Martin Luther King Jr., and got blacklisted for his trouble. The handsome, Harlem-born World War II…
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News, The Snitch Condi Rice was Boring, Judith Miller was the NYT's "WMD" — Brinkley Reports

Condi Rice was Boring, Judith Miller was the NYT's "WMD" — Brinkley Reports

Veteran journalist comes to bury Condi, not praise her in biting speech at USF By Joe Eskenazi For all we know, Condoleezza Rice’s parents were decades ahead of their time. Most mothers and fathers of their day dealt with…
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Calendar, See/Be Seen She's a Fighter

She's a Fighter

WED 7/6 San Franciscans can usually spot Marinites -- those limousine-loving liberals who long ago traded in ecological activism for gas-guzzling monstrosities -- from a mile away. And perhaps Marin's most visible über-lib is 12-year-strong U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer. But…
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Culture, Stage

Mister Smith Goes to Obscuristan

Mr. Smith Goes to Obscuristan consists of the same lefty agit prop satire the Mime Troupe has offered for years, sugared with a few good songs and one hilarious dead-ringer performance by Ed Holmes as Dick Cheney. Otherwise it's blissfully…
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