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Calendar, Night&Day Strike This

Strike This

Remember this the next time you vote with your wallet: Chain-operated multiplexes offer tiered rows and cushy seats, but independently owned neighborhood theaters can play the role of de facto community centers. A favorite Mission District venue stands up for…
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Calendar, Night&Day Eat This Book

Eat This Book

Jonah Raskin, an academic, former '60s radical, and biographer of people like Abbie Hoffman and Allen Ginsberg, spent a year on a farm in Sonoma. Why? Food is the new revolution, baby. No, seriously, food is the new revolution, battling…
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Film, Judgment Days

Judgment Days

The Democratic insurgent is the most charismatic candidate since RFK, and the party's convention could be the most convulsive since the debacle in Chicago. The Vietnam War has returned in the personae of Johns McCain and Rambo. George Romero, whose…
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Film, Dr. Feelgood

Dr. Feelgood

"We're Americans. We go into other countries when we need to. It's tricky, but it works." So declares Michael Moore in the midst of his new documentary, Sicko. Moore may be riffing on the war in Iraq, to name only…
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Reel World

Breaking Away Ted White shyly hopped up on the low stage at Cell Space, simultaneously basking in and waving off the raucous adoration of 300 bicycle enthusiasts. The highly oxygenated crowd packed into the Mission District hall on the first…
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