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Music, All Shook Down A Good Week For Deadheads: Reunion Talk, a Panel Discussion, and a KPFA Auction

A Good Week For Deadheads: Reunion Talk, a Panel Discussion, and a KPFA Auction

The ghost of Jerry Garcia looms large this week. As the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead's formation approaches, we got news of a handful of reunion shows — billed as their last — with all four living members, set…
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Music, All Shook Down Grateful Dead Fans Rejoice: Phil Lesh Expands Terrapin Crossroads

Grateful Dead Fans Rejoice: Phil Lesh Expands Terrapin Crossroads

Back in March, former Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh opened a picturesque restaurant and bar called Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael. Since then, it's come to be known as a home for Lesh and friends (and, um, Phil Lesh &…
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Dining, SFoodie Slow Food Rocks Interview: Lillie Belle Farms

Slow Food Rocks Interview: Lillie Belle Farms

"I just got Gnarls Barkley all jacked up on Hippie Crunch!" exclaims Jeff Shepherd. When it comes to artisan chocolates and confections, Lillie Belle Farms of southern Oregon is a personal favorite. Indeed, the Shepherd's Hippie Crunch (dark chocolate…
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Dining, SFoodie Saturday and Sunday: Slow Food Rocks

Saturday and Sunday: Slow Food Rocks

Slow Food Rocks Great Meadow at Fort Mason August 30-31, 2008 Review by Tamara Palmer; Photos by Missy Buchanan and Tamara Palmer Better than: Two days without brisk breezes, good tunes and creative culinary delights including Grateful Dead-themed chocolates.…
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Culture, Stage Bucky Explains

Bucky Explains

Buckminster Fuller was one of those East Coast-born intellectuals, like Joseph Campbell, who filled up on Asian religion, built a cultish following on the strength of his ideas, and wound up being vaguely associated with California. He made his living…
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Calendar, Halloween

REAL ASTROLOGY For an Unreal World

Aries (March 21-April 19): The world will be awash in omens for you this week, Aries. Here's a rundown of a few of the oracular meanings you may encounter. Seeing a squashed bee in a place far from any flowers…
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