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Mind Over Clatter Mind Over Clatter A Pulitzer surprise notwithstanding, Other Minds continues its noncommercial quest to make the world safe for weird music May 29, 2002

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News, Feature Idiocy Inc.

Idiocy Inc.

On a sunny weekend afternoon, San Francisco offers no better place to be odd than bright-and-grimy Haight Street, with its colorful backdrop of boutiques, bars, and litter. Ice-cream-slurping tourist families-of-four are strolling nonchalantly past carnivals of small-time drug dealers, dreadlocked…
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News, Feature Misplaced Priorities 101

Misplaced Priorities 101

To Prof. Patricia Hill, who teaches history at California State University's campus in San Jose, budget problems are never clearer than when she walks into a classroom -- and sees students without desks. "There are classes in the social sciences…
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The Olden Gays

Contrary to earlier reports, "Harold's Historic Homo Home Movies" will not be screening this Sunday as part of the Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. A selection of Super 8 films culled from the massive private collection of longtime San Franciscan…
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News, Bay View The Snore of the Crowd

The Snore of the Crowd

Twenty-six years later, Gary Cavalli still remembers arriving in El Paso, Texas, where the Stanford football team he handled public relations for was playing in the Sun Bowl. "We got off the plane and there was literally a red carpet.…
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News, Feature Mind Over Clatter

Mind Over Clatter

Eighty-eight-year-old composer Henry Brant lives in a modest bungalow that sits opposite some actual shacks on the outskirts of paradisiacal Santa Barbara. As he leans through a crack in the screen door to say hello, his most immediately apparent feature…
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News, Dog Bites House of Race Cards

House of Race Cards

House of Race Cards After nine months as acting elections chief, Tammy Haygood was finally fired April 23. She'll be best remembered for overseeing two elections racked with irregularities (including hundreds of lost ballots and having the tops of ballot…
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News, Bay View Mirant's Morass

Mirant's Morass

The new year has not been kind to Georgia-based energy giant Mirant Corp. and its plan for a mammoth new power plant at the foot of Potrero Hill, in the city's Bayview District. Early last summer, when California was battling…
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News, Feature Rebuilding Credit

Rebuilding Credit

Arriving at their cubicles on the morning of Wednesday, April 3, employees of troubled credit card lender Providian Financial found their message lights ablaze. When you work in a ho-hum, midlevel post for a company with more than $20 billion…
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News, Feature The Garden East of Eden

The Garden East of Eden

On a truly spectacular February day in Gilroy, Calif. -- the sun gloriously unhindered by clouds, the temperature comfortably in the mid-70s -- the world's first tree-themed amusement park looks like death. But Lynda Trelut is undeterred. The park's self-described…
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Hail to the Ex-Chief

Hail to the Ex-Chief One local newspaper described President Clinton's reception at UC Berkeley last Tuesday as a "hero's welcome," but that doesn't do the adulation justice. Despite a few protesters' reminders of pardons and impeachment (one hefted a sign…
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News, Feature Luke Brugnara Makes His Point

Luke Brugnara Makes His Point

"This is such bullshit." Luke Brugnara, San Francisco's most bombastic and, perhaps, pugnacious commercial landlord, looks around the Department of Public Health's shoddily painted, poorly lit hearing room, which is lightly peppered with government workers in wrinkle-free pants and cheap…
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  • clipping at Brava Theater Sept. 11
    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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