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Calendar, Night&Day Music Domination Collective

Music Domination Collective

Millions of Dead Cops. Multi Death Corporation. Millions of Dead Children. These can be words to live by for hardcore political-punk fans, since M.D.C.'s famous new name for each album continues to now. The recent record is called Magnus Dominus…
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Calendar, Night&Day It Could Shatter

It Could Shatter

Oakland artist Sarah Hirneisen specializes in canopies gridded with glass envelopes. Often, her brittle cell-like packets are filled with dirt. She includes one such crazy quilt in her new exhibit "A Fragile Place." The soil samples bear filigreed cursive labels…
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Calendar, Night&Day CCA Strikes Again

CCA Strikes Again

As a group art exhibit, "Inchoate" has no duds. From the target-practice photos of Bayéte Ross-Smith to the world-askew video panels of Reggie Stump, the new gallery with its giant windows overlooking Grant Street hosts an awful lot of talent;…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Best Theater Ensemble

Rococo Risqué Despite stints at obscure spaces like the Outer Mission's Danzhaus, Rococo Risqué, an ensemble-driven cabaret troupe and self-described purveyor of nuttiness and ballyhoo, continues to sell out shows and jar audiences from performance art tedium. Founded…
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News, The Apologist

The 5 and Whine

Ah, the holidays -- that joyous time of year when so many San Francisco residents find themselves obliged, yet again, to make the torment-filled trip down Interstate 5 to Southern California. The trek guarantees heavy holiday traffic, a bathroom calamity…
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Film, Paddled Senseless

Paddled Senseless

Summer movies don't get much sillier or more empty-headed than Without a Paddle, and that includes Catwoman and King Arthur. What we have here is a low-wattage buddy flick proposing that a trio of boyhood friends, now 30 years old,…
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