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Music, Dumpstaphunk Promises Groovy Surprises in S.F.

Dumpstaphunk Promises Groovy Surprises in S.F.

Dumpstaphunk. The word conjures up images of steaming good times, as well as exotic — and maybe not so appetizing — smells. It's a name you can't forget once you've heard it, and a fitting title for a New Orleans…
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Film, <i>Legend</i> Has It

Legend Has It

There are two momentous performances in the Darwinian horror fable I Am Legend. One is by the movie's star, Will Smith — but more about him in a minute. The other is by the movie's visual effects — not the…
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Music, Sound Bites

Sound Bites

Sometimes the difference between noise and music is all in your head. The above quote is not from a John Cage manifesto; rather, it's from a Tylenol commercial in which a toddler bashes pot lids together and Dad dances along…
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Dining, Eat

His Caribbean Majesty

King Jamaican Restaurant 1279 Fulton (at Divisadero). Open noon to 10 p.m. daily, except when closed for errands, etc. Credit cards occasionally accepted. There is no dining room, but the storefront is wheelchair accessible; meals may be ordered by phone…
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Culture, Stage

Games people play

How difficult it is to start a play," reflects fictional playwright Sandor Turai (Ken Ruta) in the opening scene of ACT's The Play's the Thing. It seems so. While the character considers the problem in this 1926 comedy by Ferenc…
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