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Music, Sizzle & Fizzle Sizzle & Fizzle: Highs and Lows from the Last Week in S.F. Music

Sizzle & Fizzle: Highs and Lows from the Last Week in S.F. Music

Sizzle • Wilco played a gorgeously melancholic set at the Warfield, reminding a sold-out crowd of the magic that happens when a masterful rock band's fantastic songs sound as good onstage as on its records. Singer Jeff Tweedy quipped that…
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Music, The Wizard of Wilco: A Conversation with Guitarist Nels Cline

The Wizard of Wilco: A Conversation with Guitarist Nels Cline

Nels Cline is extremely lucky, and he knows it. Widely regarded as one of the world's finest living guitarists, Cline came up playing styles of music whose audience is sadly shrinking: jazz, improvisatory, and avant-garde. If those were the beginning…
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Music, Wilco loves you

Wilco loves you

For a band that's perpetually on the road, Wilco has always seemed very domesticated. Maybe it's the way founder Jeff Tweedy acts like a temperamental patriarch, alternately adopting musicians (guitarist Nels Cline) or disowning them (the late Jay Bennett) from…
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Workplace Dispute Shun-unemployment: No wonder we are behind in so many categories when it comes to competing on a global stage . This trend isn't new, but the magnitude of it is. It is sheer laziness.…
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Music, Bouncer

Jay Bennett breaks a heart

Cormac McCarthy once said that all writers worth their salt should write about death. If literature doesn't take on that great mystery, then it just ain't literature in his book (joke intended). I'm not sure I agree with that sentiment,…
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