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Culture, The Exhibitionist Local Artist Clones Jesus Christ (and You Can Too)

Local Artist Clones Jesus Christ (and You Can Too)

We get a lot of e-mails at SF Weekly, some delightful, some boring, and some that are downright baffling. Jonathon Keats' Epigenetic Cloning Agency falls into the latter camp, promising to duplicate famous people, including Barack Obama, Lady Gaga, and…
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Calendar, Night&Day Cloning Jesus

Cloning Jesus

We get a lot of e-mails at SF Weekly. Some delightful, some boring, and some that are downright baffling. Jonathon Keats' Epigenetic Cloning Agency falls into the latter camp, whereby he promises to duplicate famous people, including Barack Obama, Lady…
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Calendar, Night&Day Hello, Cruel World

Hello, Cruel World

Consider the potato. It’s Irish, right? Or British? Both cultures eat chips with almost anything, and the potato was long a cash crop for Ireland. There was that potato famine in the 19th century that killed some 2 million people…
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News, The Snitch Ronald Reagan Was the Greatest President, Poll Says

Ronald Reagan Was the Greatest President, Poll Says

A pre-President's Day poll showed that Americans think Ronald Reagan was the country's best president, even more so than Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, two of the most influential leaders in history. Reagan scored 19 percent of the vote,edging out…
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News, The Snitch Dos Equis 'Interesting Man' is Entirely Too Common

Dos Equis 'Interesting Man' is Entirely Too Common

Interesting men are all too common latelyI'll admit it -- I listen to a lot of Energy 92.7. And over the past weeks and months, that's meant I've been repeatedly subjected to Dos Equis' "Interesting Man," commercials. You know,…
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Calendar, Night&Day <i>Snow Angels</i>

Snow Angels

An unusually blunt melodrama by David Gordon Green, melodious poet of such sentimental delicacies as George Washington and All the Real Girls, Snow Angels introduces a pair of gunshots and then follows with a flashback narrative to account for them,…
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Film, FilmCap

Snow Angels

An unusually blunt melodrama by David Gordon Green, melodious poet of such sentimental delicacies as George Washington and All the Real Girls, Snow Angels introduces a pair of gunshots and then follows with a flashback narrative to account for them,…
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Calendar, Night&Day Film Feast

Film Feast

Leonard Klady of the Movie City News ("Hollywood's One Stop News Shop") recently complained that American independent cinema is at low tide. That may be true based on what Sundance is offering, but not at the San Francisco Independent Film…
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Film, Green Achers

Green Achers

Those familiar with the films of David Gordon Green (George Washington, All the Real Girls) likely have one big question about his latest feature, Undertow: Is there more of a story this time? The answer is ... sort of. Green,…
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Film, God's Mistakes

God's Mistakes

George Washington, the haunting feature film debut of writer/ director David Gordon Green, is narrated by 12-year-old Nasia (Candace Evanofski, who, like nearly every other actor in this extraordinary film, is a nonprofessional). "They tried to find clues to all…
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Dining, The Man Who Came to Dinner

The Man Who Came to Dinner

Help me out. I'm trying to decide: When I win the lottery, should I continue to write this column, or not? I mean, you always hear about those ... what do you call 'em? Oh yeah -- idiots -- who…
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REAL ASTROLOGY For an Unreal World

Aries (March 21-April 19): In search of a vision about your imminent future, I gazed into my crystal ball while alternately taking sips of coffee and beer. First thing I saw was a set of horns sprouting from your head.…
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