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Music, Bouncer

Depth of a Salesman: Parsing Economic Philosophy at Paragon

There's a line in the Bible that reads, "There are many rooms in my father's house." I have no idea what this means, but it often runs through my head when I am traveling through San Francisco neighborhoods in search…
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Film, Bland <i>Illusion</i>

Bland Illusion

There probably aren't that many movie stars capable of retaining their charisma after a stroke has rendered them nigh-incoherent. But based on Illusion, Kirk Douglas doesn't seem to have lost a step. He still has that intensity he always had,…
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Second Time Around

All Singing! All Dancing! All Kelly! The fixed toothy grin of Gene Kelly dominates the horizon of both An American in Paris and Singin' in the Rain like the baby sun's face in the Teletubbies sky. Like other stars of…
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Culture, Stage

Aisle Seat

Reynolds Rap Rick Reynolds hits town this week with All Grown Up and No Place to Go, a chronicle of the trials of adulthood (marriage and parenting, for example). It's his first time back to the boards since he performed…
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