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Dining, Eat At Verbena, the Meat Dishes Are the Least Exciting Things on the Menu

At Verbena, the Meat Dishes Are the Least Exciting Things on the Menu

The plates at the 2-month-old Verbena look like they've been arranged by a crazy person, one with a penchant for intricate tweezer cuisine and creating edible habitats for woodland sprites. As for the menu, it's hard to decipher what some…
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Calendar, Night&Day Do You Have a Flag?

Do You Have a Flag?

Eddie Izzard is not a comedian so much as an event. A British transvestite who fancies girls, Izzard is master of the non-sequitur — he hops from squirrels to mass murder to Stonehenge with a deftness and frivolity that few…
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Calendar, Night&Day Creaky Machines

Creaky Machines

Some believe Stonehenge was built as a massive analog computer to forecast coming eclipses, in essence a very long-term clock. But to maintain accuracy, the great stones would need resetting about once every 300 years. More locally, the Long Now…
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Calendar, Night&Day New Worlds

New Worlds

A quick glance at Jeremy Kidd's disorienting photographs of familiar cityscapes looks like they were simply snapped on location, transferred to a computer, and then pushed and pulled to within an inch of their lives. But he's hardly traded the…
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News, Sucka Free City I Interviewed Al Gore and Shit

I Interviewed Al Gore and Shit

Al Gore is impossibly tall. He's a linebacker, broad-shouldered. He looks like one of those Stonehenge rocks stuffed into an expensive blue suit. If a car were to crash into Al Gore, it would, like that one car in that…
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