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Dining, SFoodie Wednesday Nine: Outside Lands and Trestle Team Up for "Forest Feast"

Wednesday Nine: Outside Lands and Trestle Team Up for "Forest Feast"

Outside Lands Partners…
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Music, All Shook Down This Week: Gaga's Boy's Club, Miley's Baby Suit & Cranston's Bling

This Week: Gaga's Boy's Club, Miley's Baby Suit & Cranston's Bling

Usually, we give you an intelligent introduction to our end-of-week quotes blog. But this week... well... JESUS... Miley Cyrus dressed up like a baby and sang about grown-up relationship problems while doing so, and we're so freaked out, it's…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Master of Bizness Arts

Anyone can be an entrepreneur, but not just anyone can be an entrepreneur and an angel investor for other start-up companies. To become an angel investor, one must first become successful, and being a successful entrepreneur seems like a…
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Music, All Shook Down Music Quotes of the Week: Pussy Riot Schools Colbert While Flea Defends a Pre-Recorded Performance

Music Quotes of the Week: Pussy Riot Schools Colbert While Flea Defends a Pre-Recorded Performance

A summary of this week's news, via the mouths of musicians and media:"The photographer kept saying 'Pop your hip out. Try to look cute. Big smiles, now.' And I was like 'I'm Number One in this country, not because I…
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Culture, Kill Your Television Kill Your Television: Liberal Bias

Kill Your Television: Liberal Bias

I have an addiction to online debating, though the word "debating" is itself debatable. Usually on the high school debate team you aren't called a "stupid libtwat fucktard" for your stance on tort reform. I of course tend to like…
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Dining, SFoodie Ben & Jerry's Releases Special-Edition "SuperPack" Ice Cream

Ben & Jerry's Releases Special-Edition "SuperPack" Ice Cream

Ben & Jerry's has released a special edition version of their Stephen Colbert-endorsed flavor, Americone Dream, just in time for election season. The new packaging is part of the ice cream company's "Take the Dough Out of Politics" campaign, which…
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News, The Snitch Mike Daisey's "Truthiness"

Mike Daisey's "Truthiness"

This week's episode of This American Life is both fascinating and painful to listen to, as many of the show's best episodes are. I came away from it still enraged at Mike Daisey and his lies, but also a bit sympathetic…
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Calendar, Night&Day The Lighter Side of Heavy

The Lighter Side of Heavy

Truth that's embedded in humor is no less powerful than truth delivered by serious means. In fact, it can be more powerful — just ask political satirists Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, who attracted more than 200,000 people to a…
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Culture, Books

January's Literary Events

Thursday, Jan. 13 Look, you can try to keep spraying it with heavy doses of DADT, but the International Homosexual Conspiracy simply will not be repressed. Larry-bob Roberts has understood this all along. He did, after all, write a book…
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Calendar, Night&Day The Lighter Side of Heavy

The Lighter Side of Heavy

Truth that's embedded in humor is no less powerful than truth delivered by serious means. In fact, it can be more powerful — just ask political satirists Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, who attracted more than 200,000 people to a…
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Music, Hear This Apples in Stereo: Show Preview

Apples in Stereo: Show Preview

The late 1960s and early '70s saw the mini-phenomenon of "bubblegum music" that sold lots of records and received mucho disdain from "serious" rock critics. Ohio Express, the Lemon Pipers, and the Archies might not have been "real" bands, but…
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Calendar, Night&Day Holy Titclamps, Batman!

Holy Titclamps, Batman!

Larry-bob Roberts could be described as the Stephen Colbert of queer culture. He tends toward outrageous parody ― one of his websites is called Holy Titclamps! ― and he often takes social and political positions that are the opposite of…
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News, The Snitch Phil Bronstein on The Colbert Report: The Engine House is On Fire

Phil Bronstein on The Colbert Report: The Engine House is On Fire

Phil Bronstein, former executive vice president and editor of the Chronicle, now editor at large and newspaper doomsayer, was on The Colbert Report last night. Nothing particularly revelatory was said, which was not a surprise as the quick interviews that…
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Music, Bouncer

Point of (a Great) View

In my hour of darkness, in my time of need, I turn to the one source of comedy that always manages to pull me out of my rut: Conservapedia.com, the "conservative answer" to Wikipedia. It is run by Phyllis Schlafly's…
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News, Sucka Free City Things in S.F. Turning America Gay

Things in S.F. Turning America Gay

(On a scale of one to ten) Gavin Newsom Rating: 8 Sourdough bread Rating: 10 Hyphy Rating: 3 Gold's Gym Rating: 9 Mojitos Rating: 9 Same-sex marriage Rating: 8 Gay Pride Parade Rating: 4 Bike messengers Rating: 6 Transamerica Building…
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News, The Snitch Obama's SF Comments Send Clinton Fishing With Dynamite

Obama's SF Comments Send Clinton Fishing With Dynamite

In response to Barack Obama's comment at a San Francisco fundraiser that frustrated working-class folk are capable of "antipathy to people who aren't like them," the Clinton campaign is viciously attacking the remarks while at the same time viciously stoking…
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News, The Snitch

The FILEZ: Josh Wolf on the Colbert Report (posted legally! we think)

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News, The Snitch

Josh Wolf on Colbert Report tonight

Will he reveal his mysterious new employer? Announce a new reality television show? Secede from the union? Strip? Your guess is as good as ours. More info here and here. Read more on Wolf's journalistic progression this week in Matt…
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Calendar, Resolution Guide Welcome to MySpace, Whoever You Are

Welcome to MySpace, Whoever You Are

We're all about You here at SF Weekly. Yes, You. Time magazine named You "Person of the Year," Spin lauded You as "Artist of the Year," hell, even AdAge jumped in to name You, somewhat improbably, "Ad Agency of the…
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Film, All-Day Suckers

All-Day Suckers

Perhaps no one can pinpoint the exact moment vaudeville died, but there's a moment early in Strangers With Candy where you'd swear you had just witnessed the death of visual comedy. En route to her first day of high school,…
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