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Culture, The Exhibitionist The Silent History for Interactive Readers: A Novel Concept

The Silent History for Interactive Readers: A Novel Concept

"She already looked half-dead on the drive to the hospital," the story begins, from the perspective of fictional Theodore Greene in El Cerrito. "But I wouldn't admit this until much later." Mel, Theodore's wife, is giving birth to Spencer, who…
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Calendar, Night&Day Back and Forth and Back and Forth ...

Back and Forth and Back and Forth ...

Quick: Name a place in SOMA where you can find a pingpong table (besides the Twitter offices, that is). You probably wouldn't expect the answer to be a museum, but the atrium of this one is equipped with regulation tables…
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Culture, Books Saving McSweeney's

Saving McSweeney's

Let's hope this column is not an obituary for McSweeney's. The well-intentioned local publishing entity announced last week that it is around $130,000 in the hole following the collapse of one of its distributors. McSweeney's is responsible for such postmodern,…
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