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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 Read Hard, Brave Soldiers

Read Hard, Brave Soldiers

Chris Sollars shaves with an ax. Tony Labat is internationally famous for drinking beer. And Mica Sigourney does not even want a normal life. At BAN6 Presents Literary Death Match, these three contributors to the Bay Area Now exhibit are…
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Culture, Bookcap

February Book Events

Thursday, Feb. 5 Poor little Pluto. Already the tiniest member of its family, it tags along in the orbit farthest from the Sun, the kiddie table of the solar system. And then it got demoted. In 2006, the International Astronomical…
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Calendar, Night&Day Hope for Humanity

Hope for Humanity

If an artist’s job is to create, then God would just edge out the digestive system in terms of tonnage produced. In "Universes Unlimited,” conceptual artist Jonathon Keats now springs to the top of the pack. He developed, and is…
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Music, All Shook Down Into the Jargonosphere! Top 10 Cyberslang Terms

Into the Jargonosphere! Top 10 Cyberslang Terms

In honor of Jonathon Keats' City Lights appearance tonight at 7, we're compiled this list of tecnohbabble using his book, Control + Alt + Delete: A Dictionary of Cyberslang, and the vast libraries of in- and-misinformation on Wikipedia. Dig…
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News, Sucka Free City

Sounds of Silence

When San Francisco conceptual artist Jonathon Keats came up with an idea for an unusual cellphone ringtone, he set up a pitch meeting with John Doffing, CEO of Start Mobile, which specializes in custom ringtones by independent artists. Keats brought…
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Calendar, Night&Day This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

Wednesday, October 26, 2005 Men: They're selfish, they don't listen, and then there's the farting. But the movie Zombie Honeymoon may help ladies stand by their male companions, because chances are no one has it quite as bad as Denise.…
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News, Letters

Letters to the Editor

The New In and Out Retrieve mind from gutter; we're talking art here: Adrienne Gagnon's piece was thought-provoking. Gagnon brings up the question of how America's fringe culture eventually merges with the general population. It…
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News, Feature God of the Flies

God of the Flies

Jonathon Keats maneuvers around his small Nob Hill living room, where piles of books compete for space with a collection of antique opium pipes, a human skull, and a fan belt-powered dentist's drill. Red-haired and bespectacled, Keats is lining up…
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