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Dining, Eat Maneelap-Srimongkoun: Lao-Thai Restaurant Challenges Champion Spellers, Jaded Palates

Maneelap-Srimongkoun: Lao-Thai Restaurant Challenges Champion Spellers, Jaded Palates

Even more un-Google-able than "Humphry Slocombe" and sure to generate eye-rolls for being about as remote as the landlocked Southeast Asian nation from which its cuisine hails, Maneelap-Srimongkoun has come to the Excelsior. This family-run, dual-nationality gem covers familiar turf…
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Music, Bouncer Bouncer Reflects on Thomas Kinkade at Comstock Saloon

Bouncer Reflects on Thomas Kinkade at Comstock Saloon

It worked on me, though I hate to say it. Thomas Kinkade wasn't dead but a day before I started viewing his work differently. What I once pooh-poohed as soulless dreck soon became soulless dreck with a certain cozy charm.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Turn On the Bright Lights

Turn On the Bright Lights

Ever since Thomas Kinkade dubbed himself "The Painter of Light," the subject has been stained by his tacky sentimentalism. Maybe the artists showing at "Night Light: Multimedia Garden Party" can help rectify that. The work to be shown in the…
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News, The Snitch Jesus! Christian Artist's Company Stuck With $2.1 Million Legal Payout.

Jesus! Christian Artist's Company Stuck With $2.1 Million Legal Payout.

Art critics worldwide are giggling malevolently as the company producing Thomas Kinkade's treacly religious artwork is back on the hook for a $2.1 million arbitration payout to a pair of former art dealers who say they were duped into pouring…
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Calendar, Night&Day Rock Doves

Rock Doves

We have pink hair, we love birds, and there are more of us than you think. Our tattoos belie our habit of crouching in bushes clutching binoculars and stifling cries of joy when we add to our "life list" of…
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Dog Bites

Art for the Masses Dog Bites had lived in San Francisco for several years before making it to Fisherman's Wharf, so imagine our surprise when, visiting the waterfront on a book-buying errand (well, that's our story, and we're sticking with…
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