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Culture, The Exhibitionist New on Video: Total Testosteronation in <i>Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man</i>

New on Video: Total Testosteronation in Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man

There's no small amount of debate among the sort of people who debate these things as to when the "1980s Action Movie" genre ended. Most point to Tango & Cash, which was released in December 1989 and thus…
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Music, Reviewed Top'R

Top'R

San Francisco rapper Top'R has spent the last 15 years rocking walls with the Lords graffiti crew and stages with the Earthlings and Gurp City collectives. Along the way, he's released a half-dozen albums and toured incessantly, amassing a loyal…
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Dining, Eat Movie Palace

Movie Palace

For years -- generations, even -- it has been the local's prerogative to regard Fisherman's Wharf as one big crowded honky-tonk where polyester is the dominant aesthetic and the only good eating is the corned beef hash at the Eagle…
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News, Dog Bites

Dog Bites

Taking the Fun Out of Fort FunstonOn Sunday, somewhere between B&B Pet Supply and Oil Changers, Dog Bites decided the day was way too nice to waste on errands, and stopped off at Fort Funston. The place is a latter-day…
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Dining, Side Dish

Side Dish

Danko SchönGary Danko is seeing stars -- five of them, to be exact -- bestowed upon his dining room on North Point by The Mobil Guide. Only 42 such awards (that's a grand total of 210 little pointed sparklers) were…
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News, Dog Bites Dog Bites

Dog Bites

Timing is indeed everything, and there's nothing like being able to take credit, late in October, for a massive new housing/ office/retail development. Especially when you're up for re-election in early November. So we're sure Willie Brown is pleased that…
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News, Dog Bites

Dog Bites

Is it hot in here, or is it just us? The combination of the past week's unseasonable temperatures and the volume of e-mail we've been getting on the subject of who should -- and who shouldn't -- live in San…
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Dining, Side Dish

Side Dish

Rub-a-Dub All right, so now that it's been open awhile and the hype has cooled a little, let's revisit this year's grandest opening: the W and her little sister, xyz restaurant and bar. The restaurant is blessed with a great…
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News,

Dog Bites

The Great Unread, Part XIV or So Judging by the wild success of our Don Johnson poll (see last item), the key to boosting Dog Bites' popularity is reader participation. So, while wracking our tiny brains to come up with…
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News,

Dog Bites

The Girl's Own Annual Over a month ago, our Spot the Chronicle Book contest was won by Ann Marie Davis. We promised her the very next Chronicle title to hit our mailbox. And, after some anxious moments in which we…
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News,

Dog Bites

Celebrity Skin Dining last week at MoMo's -- and what a phrase that is with which to begin our column! -- our favorite little slice of L.A. right here in SOMA, Dog Bites glanced up from our beet salad only…
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Music,

The House of Tudor

The crowd is clad entirely in Road Warrior-esque coal-black leather. In every corner of the room human skulls bare their teeth; foul vermin skitter across the spit-stained floor. Violence hovers, dread seeps. Three ominous figures step through a thick bank…
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Film,

Reel World

Broken Arrow Just how important are soundtracks to a movie's (financial) success? Consider that the venal Basketball Diaries, which takes place in the 1960s, opted for tunes by contemporary artists like P J Harvey in a desperate ploy to attract…
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