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Calendar, Night&Day Stalling Death

Stalling Death

This age has allowed us to split our lives into multiple semblances, to live our analog lives alongside digital personae, to consider the value of our lives in terms of page views, likes, and bitcoins against the boundlessness of…
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Culture, Dance AXIS Powers

AXIS Powers

A month ago, Rhodessa Jones, the wisely sassy performance artist, stood in front of a microphone in the Green Room of the Herbst Theater. She was accepting the dance community's Isadora Duncan Award for best choreography on behalf of her…
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Chaos Control

Critics are fond of describing Stephen Petronio's dances as aggressive and sex-driven. Enjoying an austere breakfast of dry bagel and poached egg white a few days ago, an affable and unpretentious Petronio tried to figure out why: "I swivel my…
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Culture, Stage


The Relic The Mikado. By Gilbert and Sullivan. Directed by Barbara Heroux. Starring Michael Matson and Marla Kavanaugh. Presented by the Lamplighters at Lindland Theater, Archbishop Riordan High School, 175 Phelan, through March 23. Call 392-4400. The Lamplighters Music Theater…
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wednesday march15 North Beach Memoir Every time another postcard shop creeps up Columbus from Fisherman's Wharf, North Beach loses a little more of its character. But with North Beach in the '50s and '60s, photographer Jerry Stoll reclaims some turf…
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