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Rob Cole San Francisco has one of the highest DJ-per-square-inch ratios in the country: We're famous for it. Many DJs are insincere victims of a trend (we may be famous for this as well). But Rob Cole, aka KROB, is…
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News, Feature The Wizard of Ass Has Spoken!

The Wizard of Ass Has Spoken!

It's Wednesday night, which means it's time for the "Ask Dr. Hal Show" at the Odeon, a dive bar in the Mission with walls that are painted black. The place is packed with people mostly in their late 20s and…
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Calendar, Night&Day Slacker's Paradise

Slacker's Paradise

The old daily grind getting you down? Still finding yourself a magnet for funny looks and name-calling? Fear not, thy kingdom is at hand. Because tonight the forces of Bob collide in the SubGenius Post-Apocalyptic Devival Tour 2000, which promises,…
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Riff Raff

Axed By Jan. 30, the nightclub-recording-rehearsal space formerly known as Klub Komotion will be disassembled and then vacated, making way for new owners, who will begin remodeling the 1,800-square-foot live-work space. You may be one of those who thought Komotion…
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Calendar, Night&Day


Champagne corks will be popping across town 'round midnight this Thursday, but the sound of a man being shot from a cannon at the Circus Redickuless New Year's Eve Slumber Party will make a louder bang than any bottle of…
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Calendar, Halloween

Slap Shots

On Being a Weirdo Comic artist/illustrator Hal Robins is poking through his room, which is crowded with hundreds of plastic dinosaurs, hunting for another piece of art that might exemplify his style of crosshatching. Cassette tapes are carefully stacked 20…
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The Difference Between Comics and Literature

A carnival of kitsch erupts from every corner of the Mission apartment Paul Mavrides has called home since 1979. Acrylic plates, the kind schoolchildren bring home from crafts classes, dot the stairwell that climbs to his studio. There, a collection…
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