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7 Beggars. I have no idea why Tim Barsky is not a huge household name; he is a megatalent. The Oakland-based Barsky is an unbelievable beatboxer, heartfelt storyteller, poet, flutist, and even a hip-hop harpist. This show is an urban…
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Culture, Stage Chazz Palminteri revives <i>A Bronx Tale</i> in San Francisco

Chazz Palminteri revives A Bronx Tale in San Francisco

Chazz Palminteri's autobiographical solo show, A Bronx Tale, is theoretically about an Italian-American boy's relationship with two father figures — hard-working, morally upstanding bus driver Lorenzo and neighborhood wiseguy Sonny. As the blurb for Robert De Niro's 1993 film adaptation…
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Rock 'n' RollTom Stoppard's story of "Prague's rock revolution." Fans of Pink Floyd will appreciate the exploration of the life of the band's late founder Syd Barrett, who spent his final years as a mad recluse. Sept. 11-Oct. 12 at…
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Hometown Legend

They say youse can never go home again. Nevertheless, Queens-bred big-timer Dito Montiel revisits his old Astoria stomping grounds in A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, a Sundance-sanctioned testosterone indie loosely based on the thirtysomething writer-director and occasional fashion model's…
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Dial M for Mushy

Cher spends the better part of Faithful, Paul Mazursky's new film, tied up in an office chair. As Maggie Connor, a rich, lonely wife kidnapped in her own house, she's almost like a quadriplegic, able to communicate only with her…
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