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Calendar, Night&Day It’s Better With Jell-O

It’s Better With Jell-O

Liz Hickok’s gelatinization of San Francisco -- in which she molds the city out of Jell-O, shines lights on it, fashions backdrops, then lets the whole shebang liquefy into a mound of multicolored, mushy goodness -- is beloved by everyone…
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Dining, Eat Poetic Food

Poetic Food

In April my fancy lightly turns to thoughts of poetry. This is partly because all around me the Earth is bursting into bloom, brilliant orange poppies nodding in the yard, sweet jasmine perfuming the air, and I stroll through the…
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Music, Reviewed Evanescence

Evanescence

Bands release live albums and concert DVDs for two reasons: to buy time to finish their next record, and to make a quick buck off adoring fans, in Evanescence's case the legions of angst-ridden, Hot Topic-loving teens with a penchant…
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News, Mecklin <i>Au Revoir</i>, Silke Tudor

Au Revoir, Silke Tudor

If I had never known Silke Tudor, I would never have had a member of the Porn Clown Posse sit on my lap. I wouldn't know the details of falcon hunting. I wouldn't have gotten to write headlines like "Girls…
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Calendar, Night&Day

This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Many artists take their creative inspiration from verdant landscapes, starry skies, or hot-looking naked people. But local painter Mary Snowden's stimuli are decidedly more prosaic: '50s advertisements, household objects, comic-book characters, and moldy old cookbooks. One…
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Dining, Eat Country in the City

Country in the City

There's one pair of food writers whose career I have always envied: Jane and Michael Stern, the Roadfood authors, whose life together seems to be one long road trip, traveling America's highways and byways in search of authentic American cooking…
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News, Dog Bites

Slip 'n' Slide

Ten p.m. Friday. All over town Dog Bites' peers are pounding down cocktails at bars, flirting in the kitchen at house parties, or finishing up end-of-dinner cappuccinos at candlelit restaurants. But us? We're sitting on a sofa awaiting our turn…
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Music, Girls Wrestling in Jell-O While Bikers Howl

Girls Wrestling in Jell-O While Bikers Howl

"Biker ... bar," muses 26-year-old Katrina Schussolin at "Road Rash," the bimonthly bike night held at Jezebel's Joint. "A drinking establishment for motorcycle riders ... sounds like a paradox, doesn't it?" Schussolin shrugs and drops her lips to one of…
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Dining, Eat A Movable Feast

A Movable Feast

I can't say enough wonderful things about Geary Boulevard's Mayflower, a Cantonese seafood/dim sum place just down the block from the gleaming domes of the Russian Orthodox Holy Virgin Cathedral. One finds a lot of Russians on the 6200 block…
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News,

Dog Bites

Our Last Column After more than a year of writing this column, we're truly sorry to announce that we will be leaving to pursue other interests. In this case, we have finally -- finally! -- nailed down a lucrative book…
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Dining, Eat

Ginger Spices Up South Beach

Pickled Ginger 100 Brannan (at Embarcadero), 977-1230. Open Monday through Thursday 5 to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 5 to 11 p.m. The restaurant is wheelchair accessible. Parking: fairly easy. Muni via the N Judah (CalTrans extension) and the 42…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Night + Day

Wednesday August 26 Khan Man Bluesman Paul Pena first heard Tuvan throat-singing after he tuned into Radio Moscow on shortwave. He spent the next nine years researching and teaching himself the style, which creates the otherworldly sound of several tones…
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Calendar, Halloween

REAL ASTROLOGY For an Unreal World

Aries (March 21-April 19): Science News reports that contracting certain childhood diseases may ultimately be good for you. For instance, early respiratory infections might stimulate a kid's production of natural antibodies, preventing her from developing allergies and asthma later. With…
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Calendar, Halloween

REAL ASTROLOGY For an Unreal World

Aries (March 21-April 19): My first boss, manager of the doughnut palace where I washed dishes, used to say, "Ain't nobody that ain't selling something." I thought he was right then, and I still do. Whether it's a self-image you…
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News,

Chatterbox

With or Without Fruit Cocktail? While attending last month's interactive newspaper convention here in the city, Microsoft's new hire, Michael Kinsley, compared the advent of the Web to the invention of Tupperware. Imagine as the plastic-bowl creators admired their new…
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