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Dining, Eat

San Francisco Mead Company Brings Back an Old Beverage

They say everything old becomes new again. I mostly associate mead with medieval times — large halls full of burly men hoisting flagons of the stuff as they gnaw on haunches of meat and throw the bones over their shoulders…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Alcatraz: Inmates Return from Dead, Start Shit in S.F.

Alcatraz: Inmates Return from Dead, Start Shit in S.F.

Because it became too expensive to house nearly 250 criminals on a rock in the middle of the ocean, Alcatraz officially shut down in 1963... or did it? And after it shut down, all of the inmates were transferred to…
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News, Sucka Free City Environmental reports waste tons of paper

Environmental reports waste tons of paper

What's that really long tome everyone says they've read but no one does? No, not Ulysses. In San Francisco government, it's often an Environmental Impact Report — and having a dusty EIR atop your cabinet doesn't impart near the sophisticated…
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Culture, Stage Get On the Bus

Get On the Bus

The best-known part of Surface Transit may be what Sarah Jones calls her "song/poem," "Your Revolution," performed by one of her characters in the final scene. Jones filed and won a lawsuit against the FCC when it tried to ban…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Words of Wisdom

Sarah Jones has the uncanny ability to slip in and out of identities the way most of us change our clothes, but her knack for impressions has little to do with physical appearances. A New York-based poet, performance artist, and…
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Music, Pop Philosophy

The FCC wants to shut down "Your Revolution"

So far, the Bush League Administration has done a bang-up job, pushing for hot summer days via ozone depletion and cold (war) nights with a multibillion-dollar missile shield. The government appears to be shooting for retro chic, exploring the '80s…
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