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Culture, The Exhibitionist When Queers Had to Stay in the Closet, They Still Made It Work: <i>The Secret History of Love</i>

When Queers Had to Stay in the Closet, They Still Made It Work: The Secret History of Love

Despite all the video games, baked potato bars, and racquetball leagues in our great country, it seems people still care about love. We salute your lizard brain pursuits! You know who hasn't always had easy access to love? Queer people.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Making the Best of the Closet

Making the Best of the Closet

Despite all the video games, baked potato bars, and racquetball leagues in our great country, it seems people still care about love. We salute your lizard brain pursuits! You know who hasn’t always had easy access to love? Queer people.…
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Calendar, Night&Day In the Name of God

In the Name of God

Episodes of women drowning their children have caught an exhaustive volume of sensationalist news coverage. Did you notice? Who are these matriarchs rolling their offspring into the deep with such conviction? The year 2001 saw the highly publicized and horrifying…
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Calendar, Night&Day Laughter and Other Drugs

Laughter and Other Drugs

We needn’t dial up Cheech and Chong to validate claims of a rich comedic history from our nation’s bong throng. Rob Cantrell has proudly and gently toked himself into this legacy, including stage time at High Times magazine’s Cannabis Cup,…
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Calendar, Night&Day Skating Is a Drag

Skating Is a Drag

Looking for an excuse to suit up in that unitard? (It’s San Francisco, so your excuse could just be “I woke up.”) Having some Xanadu fantasies, or craving an elevated heart rate not provoked by the DMV? Well, Lil Miss…
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Calendar, Night&Day Pretty, Funny

Pretty, Funny

Natasha Leggero is a seasoned stand-up you may have caught on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno or in any number of character features on The Sarah Silverman Show and Reno 911. She is joined by stand-out stand-up talent Chelsea…
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Calendar, Night&Day Targets on Their Backs

Targets on Their Backs

If your general feeling is that people pose too well for pictures, take too many damn pictures, and otherwise speak and behave in disturbingly palatable ways, it is time to unburden yourself of those thoughts with the help of comics…
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Calendar, Night&Day Anger Management

Anger Management

Maybe it’s a California problem to think there aren’t enough angry people around (perhaps with the refreshing exception of protesters — but look what that took). It seems like the world’s heaviest blanket of yoga and self-loathing weighs on the…
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Calendar, Night&Day When Words Collide

When Words Collide

Describing the powerfully funny comedy of Brent Weinbach may be best accomplished with abstract means, such as shapes. Weinbach’s deadpan delivery of absurdist scenarios and characters is like a circle colliding with a triangle while it’s in a fight with…
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Calendar, Night&Day East Comes West

East Comes West

If one of the jobs of a great city is to provide residents with a boon of affordable festivals, then San Francisco deserves a raise. If your rigorous schedule of themed weekend arts endeavors has you missing soccer practice or…
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Calendar, Night&Day Let&Atilde;&cent;&acirc;&#130;&not;&acirc;&#132;&cent;s Do an Experiment

Let’s Do an Experiment

Do you know everything about yourself? Let us provide a personality analysis free of clicking boxes or circling letters in a women’s lifestyle magazine: Possibly, you are an experimental-film lover and you don’t know it. Do you enjoy beauty? Like…
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    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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