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Calendar, Night&Day Secret Statues

Secret Statues

Below the surface of the Caribbean, just off the shores of Isla Mujeres in Mexico, there is a throng of 400 statues — nuns, soldiers, street sweepers, children, gangsters, cooks, and showgirls — gathered in solidarity. They are called…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist An Incendiary Life Remembered: Lenore Kandel, a Strong Female Voice Among the Beats

An Incendiary Life Remembered: Lenore Kandel, a Strong Female Voice Among the Beats

Lenore Kandel was explosive -- she was the only woman to give a speech at the 1967 Human Be-In, became immortalized by Jack Kerouac in Big Sur, and just like her buddy Allen Ginsberg, had a pamphlet of her work…
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Culture, Books "Season of the Witch": The Turbulent Growth of S.F. Values

"Season of the Witch": The Turbulent Growth of S.F. Values

"I blame Mick Jagger for fucking with black magic," Peter Coyote says a good chunk of the way into Season of the Witch, Salon founder David Talbot's sprawling, lurid, dishy, and electric history of how the San Francisco of good…
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Film, "Connected": Clumsy Doc Aims for Heady But Remains Humdrum

"Connected": Clumsy Doc Aims for Heady But Remains Humdrum

Connected opens with director Tiffany Shlain confessing to cell-phone addiction, a focus on herself that's indicative of this documentary, which concentrates as much on the filmmaker's own story — specifically, her surgeon/author father's battle with brain cancer and her simultaneous…
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Calendar, Night&Day Can Remember, Was There

Can Remember, Was There

He has always been a writer, but Peter Coyote became a movie star and a notorious hippie before he got around to publishing a book. Sleeping Where I Fall is the autobiography of a man who has led a very,…
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News, The Snitch Coyote Killing Exclusive: SFWeekly Interviews Mother of Slain Golden Gate Park Coyote

Coyote Killing Exclusive: SFWeekly Interviews Mother of Slain Golden Gate Park Coyote

... "It’s a rough patch no doubt,” said Agnes. “But we’ll fight through, kill some cats and turn over some garbage cans. It’s what we do.” ... By Joe Eskenazi…
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Repertory Film Listings

Commentary by Gregg Rickman (greggr1@mindspring.com). Times compiled from information available Tuesday; it's always advisable to call for confirmation. Price given is standard adult admission; discounts often apply for students, seniors, and members. We're interested in your film or video event.…
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Calendar, Urban Experience Du Right

Du Right

ONGOING 11/30-3/5/2006 After spending a year in jail for his involvement in China's pro-democratic protests, Wang Du moved to Paris, where he was confronted by the West's great cultural export: the media. Speaking no French, he was struck by the…
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Slap Shots

Fish, Line, and Hooker's Ball Back in the seedy '70s, there was an annual masquerade party called the Hooker's Ball. It was a festive occasion, uniting not only the Police and Fire Departments, but luminaries like Willie Brown, George Carlin,…
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