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Calendar, Night&Day So Real is Him

So Real is Him

Dan Piraro’s Bizarro was the reason we kept reading the funny pages for as long as we did. We weren’t always sure what was funny or not, if we were missing a joke that was there or getting a joke…
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Culture, Bookcap

December Book Events

Thursday, Dec. 4 A daunting 78 pages of Deborah Nelson's The War Behind Me: Vietnam Veterans Confront the Truth About U.S. War Crimes (Basic Books, $26.95) are devoted to evidentiary documents culled from the U.S. government. Nelson's book is as…
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Calendar, Performance <i>Doing</i> Great

Doing Great

ONGOING 7/2-10/2 The San Francisco Mime Troupe is about to get serious. That's not to say the politically active theater-making collective hasn't been addressing weighty themes these past four-plus decades -- it has. But the company's newest play, Doing Good,…
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Calendar, See/Be Seen It's All Relative

It's All Relative

FRI-SAT 1/28-29 Fans of the Museum of Jurassic Technology, prick up your ears: This performance is right up your fictitious alley. Like the faked L.A. historical museum (with displays that delight the eye but don't impart any true information), "The…
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Calendar, Urban Experience Painting "Favorites"

Painting "Favorites"

ONGOING 8/18-9/25 The three painters whose pieces appear in "Favorite Things" have a lot in common. Most obviously, their work here falls under the heading of "still life." More specifically, all three seem to say to the viewer, "You may…
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Calendar, Night&Day 'Toon Town

'Toon Town

We can't all be Toys "R" Us kids forever, but cartoons have the power to take us back to childhood. Who doesn't remember the delicious anticipation of waiting for the Sunday funnies? Now, with the resurrection of the Cartoon Art…
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