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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

SF Weekly Digested: What's new in print for this week of 9.19.07

Posted By on Wed, Sep 19, 2007 at 12:14 PM

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This week, Savage Love deals with why some Mexican girls call for their papi during sex, and 'Ask A Mexican' assists: "Dads earned such a place in Mexico gracias to the cultures of Catholicism, the Conquest, and the Aztecs—all governed by males who considered women little more than birth canals." Ahh, the good ole days.

This one oughta do well on Haight Street Bondage Session Ends in Murder, as the Selling of the Golden Gate continues

And lastly, in letters, Bouncer gets Savaged by a bartender.

More stories after the jump.

Over in music: Old school punkers rejoice because Punk Venue Mabuhay Back From Grave

Meredith Brody says downtown's Ducca Lags

Even some Local Dems Snub Newsom

Matt Smith reports on Greenwashing at WalMart

One of Barry Bonds' bats got messed up by the police, cue the lawsuit

And in music, Bad Brains Apparently Not Dead

Why go see a cocnert when you can watch an old one? Rare Rock Flicks on Haight

Bouncer goes to the Dragon

The Band Low in Town

Silver Apples Get All Technical

PJ Harvey CD Review

Editors CD Review

The Luksmiths CD Review

Simian Mobile Disco: CD Review

Amanda Bynes

Over in theater: Heartbreak House Back in Berk, Sweeney Todd Reviewed,

and Theater Out of Order is proof that DIY performance could benefit from a pro's touch.

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