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Music, All Shook Down 5 Christmas Songs For Deviants

5 Christmas Songs For Deviants

If you're the type of person who cringes every time you hear the gentle waft of Michael Buble's Christmas; the kind of human who wants to put your face through a stained glass window every time you catch a…
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Music, Hear This Pansy Division: Show Preview

Pansy Division: Show Preview

Queercore punk may no longer get the hype it did when Pansy Division started in the 1990s, but time hasn't stopped S.F.'s finest lighthearted gay punk band from keepin' on. Like Limp Wrist and spiritual heir Hunx and His Punx,…
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Music, All Shook Down Pansy Division Singer Launches Book Tour

Pansy Division Singer Launches Book Tour

  Gay Rock Icon: Jon GinoliEver wonder what it's like to be a gay rock star? Jon Ginoli lived that life, as the lead singer and guitarist for Pansy Division, SF's pioneering queer punx, who rose to infamy after…
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Film, Rep Showtimes

Arthouse movie listings for March 25-31, 2009

To submit a listing, e-mail Artists' Television Access. Pansy Division: Life in a Gay Rock Band: Fri., March 27, 8 p.m. $6. 992 Valencia (at 21st St.), 824-3890, Castro Theatre. Cabaret and Sweet Charity: Wed., March 25, 2…
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Calendar, Night&Day Sordid Details, in Stores Now

Sordid Details, in Stores Now

Add book-penning to the ever-blossoming bailiwick of sexually frank frontman Jon Ginoli, whose Deflowered: My Life in Pansy Division offers a compelling new reason to visit one of those stores where they sell the heavy, papery things filled with words…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Beer Bust

Best Beer Bust What is a beer bust, exactly? Why, it's an all-you-can-drink brewfest for the low, low price of $8! It Band-Aids your Saturday night-induced hangover with barrels of beloved suds. The Eagle Tavern's "Sunday Beer Bust" has been…
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Music, OK Then OK Then

OK Then

Imagine this: It's 1992 and Bill Clinton is squaring off against George H.W. Bush for the chance to eat lunch in the White House for the next four years. At this time, Bush has recently pulled the armed forces out…
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Music, Reviewed Dirty Power

Dirty Power

Rare is the modern hard-rock album that hearkens back to classic sounds without blatantly ripping off classic tunes. Even the best outfits flying the stoner-rock flag seem content to bash out by-the-numbers riffs nicked from Sabbath or the Nuge. Local…
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News, Feature Boys' Band

Boys' Band

America's first gay band is looking a little older and less rebellious under the lights in a rare San Francisco performance. Pansy Division hasn't been heard from in a while, other than at the occasional gay pride festival in places…
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Music, Growing Pains

Growing Pains

It's not surprising that the band named after a larger-than-life icon representing the overstimulated pop culture of the '80s would aim to mimic the cocaine-fueled power-pop of that era. But what may surprise new listeners and seasoned fans alike is…
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Boys Will Be Boyz

If you ask Matt Wobensmith, punk is dead. Five years ago the 27-year-old San Franciscan founded the zine and record label Outpunk to document queercore, an at-that-point little-known genre of furious three-chord rock played by people who happened to be…
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Night Crawler

For one Wednesday each month, the Chameleon serves as a pseudo-tropical haven for whacked-out city dwellers afflicted with a hapless passion for garish Hawaiian shirts, surf guitar, and the limbo. As usual, Otto von Stroheim, the editor of Tiki News,…
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