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Culture, The Exhibitionist New on Video: Hollywood Is Hell in <i>Mulholland Dr.</i>

New on Video: Hollywood Is Hell in Mulholland Dr.

I miss David Lynch as a filmmaker. He’s never been just a filmmaker, of course; he started out as a painter and has always been involved with music, but for much of my life he’s been my favorite…
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Dining, SFoodie Tuesday Five: Booze Tastings at Distilleries Are Happening

Tuesday Five: Booze Tastings at Distilleries Are Happening

Liquor on Premises Freaking finally. Gov. Jerry Brown…
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Music, All Shook Down 5 Bands Named After Movie Characters

5 Bands Named After Movie Characters

In a somewhat bizarre turn of events, David Lynch and Duran Duran have collaborated on a movie together. The film will comprise of the '80s Brit legends performing live in Los Angeles, paired with images of Lynch's interpretations of…
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Dining, Eat

The Tonga Room: The More It Changes, The More It Stays the Same

Before you read this, ask yourself, "How much do I want the Tonga Room to change?" If the answer is "A lot," you're going to be disappointed. You're also a joyless buzzkill. The tiki palace that looks like David Lynch's…
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Film, "Only God Forgives": Gosling Gets Thoughtful Hurtful in Refn's Latest

"Only God Forgives": Gosling Gets Thoughtful Hurtful in Refn's Latest

It's easy to imagine David Lynch feeling a little slighted by the dedication to Alejandro Jodorowsky at the end of Nicolas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives. Not that Refn doesn't owe a debt to Jodorowsky, but Only God Forgives has…
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Music, All Shook Down 5 Songs of the Week: Eleanor Friedberger Copies Astutely, and David Lynch Is Still Perplexing

5 Songs of the Week: Eleanor Friedberger Copies Astutely, and David Lynch Is Still Perplexing

Welcome, time-crunched and over-stimulated music fan, to All Shook Down's High Five -- a place where Byard Duncan wades through the shit to find you the hits. Well, five of them, anyway. When celebrities and politicians orbit too far around…
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Film, Film Feature Shooting the Moon: With "Room 237," Rodney Ascher Confronts Some of the Ghosts of "The Shining."

Shooting the Moon: With "Room 237," Rodney Ascher Confronts Some of the Ghosts of "The Shining."

Remember in the climax of The Shining when Wendy Torrance runs for her life through the sinister labyrinth of Overlook Hotel, and she comes across that one random tuxedoed fellow with a cocktail in one hand and a river of…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist "Lynchian Pop" Duo, The Silent Drape Runners, Remix <i>Twin Peaks</i>

"Lynchian Pop" Duo, The Silent Drape Runners, Remix Twin Peaks

Music has always been an integral part of the Twin Peaks experience. Not only was I one of the few people who saw Fire Walk with Me in the theater (four times), I bought the soundtrack CD before I ever…
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Calendar, Night&Day Joie de Vine

Joie de Vine

For a certain class of Bay Area cultural connoisseurs, there’s little more thrilling than a perfectly paired wine. Grüner Vetliner with ceviche? Affinity Cabernet and a porterhouse? How about Spellbound Petite Sirah alongside Sunset Boulevard? That’s what's on special tonight…
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Calendar, Night&Day The Low Road

The Low Road

It took filmmaker Terry Zwigoff nine years to make the documentary Crumb, about the underground comic artist of the same name. Zwigoff was broke, suffering chronic back pain so bad it made him contemplate suicide, unable to get investors interested…
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Dining, SFoodie David Lynch's St. Vincent, Another Philz Coffee, and Goodbye Cala Foods

David Lynch's St. Vincent, Another Philz Coffee, and Goodbye Cala Foods

The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene. David Lynch, wine director of Cotogna and Quince, is readying to embark on his own restaurant venture. Inside Scoop divulges he'll take over…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Five Reasons We Still Love <em>Twin Peaks</em>

Five Reasons We Still Love Twin Peaks

In 30 episodes, Twin Peaks established an indelible place in the history of television storytelling. Having aired for just more than one year (April 1990 to June 1991), the series built an instant and adoring viewership who turned it into…
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Calendar, Night&Day Still, Silent, Sexy &#150; and Unsettling

Still, Silent, Sexy – and Unsettling

A young and heart-stoppingly sexy woman meets an older stranger at random on the street. They go back to the stranger's house. They dance. They gradually remove most of their clothes. Then all of their clothes. One of them seems…
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Calendar, Night&Day That Little Something, er, Extra

That Little Something, er, Extra

You're with a group of friends and one of them says, “I worked with David Lynch.” The reply goes up, Awesome! What was it like!? “Well, there was a lot of standing around, and I was in a big crowd.…
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Film, S.F. International Film Fest preview

S.F. International Film Fest preview

It's that time of year again, when San Franciscans are treated to an embarrassment of cinematic riches. Between April 22 and May 6, the S.F. International Film Festival will screen 177 films from 46 countries. We obviously couldn't preview all…
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Film, Rep Showtimes

Arthouse movie listings for February 17-23, 2010

To submit a listing, e-mail film@sfweekly.com. Castro Theatre. The Meaning of Life and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen: Terry Gilliam double feature. Wed., Feb. 17, 2:25, 4:30 & 7 p.m. $7.50-$10. My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?: David…
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Calendar, Night&Day High Times

High Times

Local multi-instrumentalist Ralph Carney is well-versed in countless styles, from pop to jazz to experimental, but he can make beautiful music out of pretty much anything that makes sound. Though his primary axes are saxophones and clarinets, he also plays…
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Film, Jennifer Lynch returns triumphant, bringing Julia Ormond along for the ride in <i>Surveillance</i>

Jennifer Lynch returns triumphant, bringing Julia Ormond along for the ride in Surveillance

Jennifer Lynch — like Sofia Coppola, on occasion — has been tarred with the unfounded claim that her films get made only because of who her father is. David Lynch serves as executive producer of Surveillance, Jennifer's first film since…
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Calendar, Night&Day The Offspring

The Offspring

Jennifer Lynch has been tarred with the unfounded claim that her films get made only because of who her father is. David Lynch serves as executive producer of Surveillance, Jennifer’s first film since the near-stoning she received after 1993’s Boxing…
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Calendar, Night&Day A Lighter Shade

A Lighter Shade

Todd Hido's photographs are often taken from the outside looking in. His best-known subjects are suburban houses with lit windows at night, and in these shots he combines Rene Magritte's sense of twilight, Edward Hopper's stylish desolation, and David Lynch's…
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