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Shake That Fringe Shake That Fringe Opportunity to experiment: This year's fest of unusual theater kicks off September 07, 2005

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News, Special Feature: Resolution Guide Get to know S.F.'s community gardens with SF Refresh

Get to know S.F.'s community gardens with SF Refresh

Urban environments are great places for bars, nightlife, arts, food, and culture. They are also great places for neurosis, stress, and isolation. Why? Because people in cities keep fit-to-bursting work and social calendars that often ignore the daily and seasonal…
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News, Special Feature: Resolution Guide Tastes Real

Tastes Real

It was an unusually cold December morning in San Francisco, the kind of morning that lays thin sheets of ice on parked car windshields, a morning when even the hardiest of wind warriors are bundled up in down. I might…
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News, Special Feature: Resolution Guide

Your Farmers' Market Shopping Guide

ORGANIC OR NOT? Most of the local farmers' markets offer organic and nonorganic produce to reach a variety of farmers and customers. "The question to ask is not if a farmer is organic, but if they spray," apple grower Leyna…
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Culture, Summer Guide Fun Times from Uncle Sugar

Fun Times from Uncle Sugar

Are things looking bad inside the deep, empty recesses of your wallet? Well, lucky you: The IRS has your back. Under the federal stimulus plan, we'll all be getting a little extra cash — up to a whopping $400 each…
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News, Special Feature: Resolution Guide Try It On

Try It On

I never like to buy clothes at full price, but given the current economy I might not buy clothes at all. It's hard to justify buying a new pair of boots when you're not sure you're going to have a…
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Culture, Summer Guide Let the Games Beijing

Let the Games Beijing

It's 2008, and it's summer. That means one thing: Olympics in Beijing! Yes, despite some setbacks for host country China, such as multiple protests against human-rights violations and the catastrophic earthquake, the Summer Olympic Games are slated to begin on…
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Summer Guide, Summer Go Your Own Way

Go Your Own Way

Politics in the '60s had poise as well as noise. When people protested, they protested in style; when they preached peace and love, they did it in their flowing peasant blouses, oversized shades, and Birkenstocks. While it probably wasn't bell-bottoms…
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Summer Guide, Summer

Yes, It's Still the Haight

You may not be able to find Janis herself roaming the Haight these days, but you can find: Solar-Powered Bobble Heads (by Tomy) Where: Giant Robot How much: $16-$18 Camouflage Padded Bra (by Rosa) Where: New York Apparel How much:…
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Calendar, Resolution Guide Get Out of Town, Already

Get Out of Town, Already

If I had a dollar for each time in the past year I heard the words "I need a vacation" from a co-worker or friend, I'd have enough buckaroos to take that cruise, camping trip, or sojourn to South America…
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Calendar, Performance Come Together

Come Together

ONGOING 12/2-18 I get tired of the arts scene in our hard-to-categorize city always being divvied up into neat slots. If you feel the same, prepare your ears and eyes for something a little different, as the innovative theater company…
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Calendar, Performance Clap Your Hands, Say "<i>Ole!</i>"

Clap Your Hands, Say "Ole!"

FRI-SUN 11/25-27 The Bay Area is full of gypsies. Many of us have spent decades wandering between the East Coast and the West, traveling from India to Africa, or simply moving from the Mission to the Sunset to the Haight…
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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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