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Friday, September 21, 2007

Treasure Island Fades as Halo 3 Launch Looms:SFWeekly In Review 9.17-21

Posted By on Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 11:43 AM

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We had a great week on the SFWeekly.com -- stiletto stabbers struck at Slide, we met the man behind Athletic's Nation, sea otters proved more important that Eleanor Roosevelt.

On the culture front: we talk to Arcade Fire, took pics of High on Fire, and look back at the Treasure Island Music Festival. Check it out. Free tickets and other easter eggs nestled throughout SFWeekly.com. Thanks, David Downs Web Editor, SF Weekly.com

News:

-- Stiletto Stabbers Still At Large After Violence at San Francisco Club Slide

-- Newsom Honors Cult With Its Own Day

-- Newsom’s Resign-O-Rama: Sixteen Reasons it Could Become a Fiasco

-- Athletics Nation: BetterKnowanSFBlog

-- Sea Otters More Important than Roosevelt: SFGovernmentInAction 9.17-21

-- Top Republican Strategist: Great Move, Gav!

-- Boost in Muni Cops Patrolling

Culture:

-- Jay-Z Gets Gangster With Help From Ridley Scott

-- Looking Back at Treasure Island: Best of Pics

-- The Back Tattoos of Treasure Island: Photos

-- Arcade Fire Request Deerhoof Audience Prior to Shoreline Date with LCD Soundsystem

-- MF DOOM Fucks SF, Again!?: WTF Went Down, Bay Area?

-- High On Fire Pictures: Metal Thunder at Amoeba Records

-- Goonies, Kat Von D, Edwin Ushiro: The Best Art Prints on the Web

-- Warhawk, warhawk, and some warhawk: GamerStatus

-- Devendra Banhart at the MOMA

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