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Calendar, Night&Day And Then Came the Next Idea

And Then Came the Next Idea

With the Six-Word Memoir publishing juggernaut, Larry Smith of Smith Magazine discovered a lot of stories need only six words. Here’s ours: “Who’s farting in the God-damned elevator?” Smith also found out other stories require more words -- sometimes dozens,…
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News, The Snitch Christmas Forecast: Wind, Rain -- Thunder?

Christmas Forecast: Wind, Rain -- Thunder?

As San Francisco empties out and its residents head "home" to places that possibly feature traditional Christmas weather, the hangers-on will cope with a different sort of holiday climate. The weather prediction for Dec. 25: breezy, rainy, cold -- but…
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News, The Snitch Zipping About San Francisco Via Motorized Barstool

Zipping About San Francisco Via Motorized Barstool

San Francisco native Larry Smith doesn't have to go where everybody knows his name to find a barstool waiting for him. He takes one everywhere -- in fact, we caught up with him zipping about Mission Bay on a motorized…
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Calendar, Night&Day Be Brief

Be Brief

If you had only six words to write your memoir, which would you chose? “He’d eat only at taco trucks”? “Moved to the city, lost mind”? “We broke up over organic furniture”? Ours might be “Read more at www.sfweekly.com,” which…
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Culture, Stage No Kidding

No Kidding

Small children are at the heart of Eric Coble's Bright Ideas. They're so small, in fact, that they can't be seen. The absence of little people is quite remarkable when you consider that Coble's drama revolves around one middle-class American…
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