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Calendar, Night&Day Give a Little, Get a Lot

Give a Little, Get a Lot

'Tis the season for giving, folks. But we're not just talking about giving presents to loved ones and trying to woo your office crush. We mean giving back to the community. Whether you are helping out by making donations to…
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Calendar, Night&Day A Big-Tent Party

A Big-Tent Party

Bright, toothpick-scale architecture crawls up broken banisters at “The Collaspe.” Local art superstar Michael Arcega’s new show grins pragmatically at a postapocalyptic wasteland, using awesomely mutated tent structures and another man’s trash. As usual with Arcega, the whole thing either…
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Culture, Stagecap


The Un-Scripted Theater Company has an enthusiastic and impressive business model: Performing together since 2002, the troupe has hit every festival, venue, and host that would have it (even the Red Cross), offers a full gamut of classes (such as…
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Music, BeatBox Local crew Bayonics drops multiculti hip hop; Timo Maas brings his mixed-up dance sound from Germany

Local crew Bayonics drops multiculti hip hop; Timo Maas brings his mixed-up dance sound from Germany

With news, interviews, and live footage of local and national artists and DJs, the TV program Distortion 2 Static (airing Sunday nights at midnight on WB20) is the Bay Area's hip hop lifeline on the small screen -- there's simply…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Katrina Benefits

Beach Blanket Benefit: Some proceeds from ticket sales go to help Hurricane Katrina survivors; call for information. Fridays. Continues through Sept. 30, $20. Club Fugazi, 678 Green (at Powell), 421-4222. Café Con Comedy: Comedians Alana Devich, Gretchen Rootes, Nick…
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Calendar, Night&Day Art History

Art History

Since it was founded in 1983, the Capp Street Project has often been home to elaborate art installations. In particular, the project's residency program has given installation artists the time, space, and funding to go out on limbs. Some of…
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Best of San Francisco, Shopping & Services

Best Way to Prepare for the Big One

You know it's coming -- that inevitable moment when a couple of big San Andreas fault spurs interlock, struggle, and release their pent-up anger in the form of an earthquake. Not some piddly 4.2, but something on the order of…
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News, Feature

Masters of Disaster

During the windstorms and deluge of mid-December, felled trees, smashed windows, coursing minifloods, and downed power lines pushed the city toward chaos. In Sea Cliff, a cracked storm drain overwhelmed by runoff produced a rapacious sinkhole. The hole claimed one…
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Reel World

$(Dollars) One "scandal" after another in this sordid town: Hollywood productions typically pay extras $50 a day (plus sandwich and drink) -- or they make a "donation" to a community organization, which solicits "volunteer" labor. The Net, a thriller starring…
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