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Calendar, Night&Day Old Radicals

Old Radicals

The revolutionary fervor fomenting at American universities during the ’60s was effectively defanged over the years, and now mostly recalls longhaired hippies passing joints while loafing on campus lawns. To suggest this misconception came by design is to flirt with…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Video of the Day: Before The Golden Gate Bridge Existed

Video of the Day: Before The Golden Gate Bridge Existed

The legends of maritime history evoke images of explorers setting sail to terra incognito, ships conveying pilfered riches from parts unknown, and shipwrecks run aground on unforgiving tropical islands. Due to its storied past as a major shipping channel with…
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Calendar, Night&Day Go Deep

Go Deep

The legends of maritime history evoke images of seafaring adventures to exotic destinations afar: Explorers setting sail to terra incognito, ships conveying pilfered riches from parts unknown, shipwrecks run aground on unforgiving tropical islands. Given its storied history as a…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Video of the Day: The Surprising Decline in Violence

Video of the Day: The Surprising Decline in Violence

Conventional wisdom states that when you take the long view, the arc of history is brutal. We live within a weird historical blip, some aberrant time of relative luxury and safety. But is this really the case? In his 2011…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Two Gallants' Tyson Vogel Creates Music from the Tenderloin in New Sound Installation

Two Gallants' Tyson Vogel Creates Music from the Tenderloin in New Sound Installation

After a half a decade hiatus, local favorite Two Gallants is back and slated to release a new album Sept. 4. But the duo's drummer Tyson Vogel hasn't spent those six years drinking Mai Tais on a tropical beach. Instead,…
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Calendar, Night&Day Street Beats

Street Beats

It’s been half a decade since Two Gallants released their most recent album, What the Toll Tells, but the duo’s drummer Tyson Vogel hasn’t spent the hiatus drinking Mai Tais on a tropical beach. Instead, he’s retrenched in San Francisco…
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Calendar, Night&Day Some Rise by Sin

Some Rise by Sin

The name William Shakespeare immediately brings to mind self-serious frippery nowadays. After all, you don’t end up with a title like “The Bard” by making dick jokes. Or do you? In Shakespeare’s own time, theatergoing wasn’t nearly as rarefied. His…
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Calendar, Night&Day Visions of the Future

Visions of the Future

Science fiction author David Brin’s greatest claim to fame (or infamy) may be his book The Postman, which inspired the notorious Kevin Costner flop of the same name. But don’t hold that against Brin; like many a seer, he can’t…
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Calendar, Night&Day Kierkegaard Meets LOLcats

Kierkegaard Meets LOLcats

Art can be many things -- revelatory, disconcerting, numinous, insert your preferred highbrow art critic adjective here -- but it can also be really goddamn funny once everybody drops the aloof pretenses the art world demands. While art that provokes…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Get Free Tickets to See Comedian Kyle Kinane at The Fillmore

Get Free Tickets to See Comedian Kyle Kinane at The Fillmore

For generations, the dehumanizing monotony of modern life has been the domain of anti-capitalist academics, by-the-numbers sitcoms, rock bands, single-joke comic strips, and hack comedians.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Toxic Holiday

Toxic Holiday

We’re drawn to images and tales of disaster and apocalypse: vacant Detroit buildings fallen into disrepair, abandoned amusement parks, basic cable documentaries such as History’s Life After People. Call it a morbid fascination or disaster porn, but the notion of…
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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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