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Dining, Eat Red Tavern: Inconsistent Quality but Never Boring Meals at Russian Restaurant

Red Tavern: Inconsistent Quality but Never Boring Meals at Russian Restaurant

Soon after the beef stroganoff and chicken cutlets come to our table, the party in back of Red Tavern and the party in the front of Red Tavern begin arguing with each other across the room. It seems to be…
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Music, Bouncer Bouncer: Dreams of California at the Pizza Place on Noriega

Bouncer: Dreams of California at the Pizza Place on Noriega

Being a learned, erudite Bouncer reader, you probably already know what arenophiles are, but just in case: Arenophiles are people who dig sand. Not literally dig, like a kid with a spade and a bucket, but people who really, really…
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News, Feature Honor Thy Father

Honor Thy Father

Editor's note: For this story, the writer obtained unreleased investigative records from a source. Also, the narrative is based on interviews and court documents. Noor Almaleki typed a text message to a friend. "Dude," she wrote at 1:06 p.m. last…
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Culture, Stagecap

Studio 300 never promised you a Bowl of Rose Leaves

Imaginative Productions makes great use of its Studio 300 Theatre home (which doubles as director Shari Carlson's voice and acting studio during the day), creating a interesting world where painter Alex must contend with the annoyances of fame, such as…
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Music, Let the Rhythm Hit 'Em

Let the Rhythm Hit 'Em

"Percussion is one aspect of musical culture that needs to be highlighted," insists Marin-based Indian tabla player Zakir Hussain. He's speaking on the phone from his Peoria, Ill., hotel room, only minutes after arriving from a sold-out stop on his…
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