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Music, Hear This Bob Harp

Bob Harp

On his upcoming release Collecting Dust, Bob Harp's gently earnest delivery brings him in line with the 1972 continuum of singer-songwriters like James Taylor and Gordon Lightfoot. But the album's stark, unfussy production gives it a makeshift, living room–studio feel,…
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Calendar, Night&Day Music, Martinis, and Memories

Music, Martinis, and Memories

Maybe you already know North Beach was nationally famous in the 1940s and '50s as a place to see male and female "impersonators." Maybe you don't: Ask any grandfather-aged former serviceman who was stationed on the West Coast during that…
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Music, BeatBox Chuck Love in the house: one smooth operator

Chuck Love in the house: one smooth operator

As if it weren't apparent from his moniker, Chuck Love reveals himself as something of a smooth dude when he sings. The Minneapolis-based artist, who is also a DJ and producer, has found a natural fit with San Francisco's Om…
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Culture, Encore Also Playing

Also Playing

Here Lies Jenny. Bebe Neuwirth has an unusual voice. It's not what you would call beautiful. In Here Lies Jenny, a showcase of loosely knit songs by German composer Kurt Weill, she sounds a bit like a sheep nursing a…
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Culture, Encore


The Black Eyed. This play by Palestinian-American Betty Shamieh is a chillingly beautiful piece about the relationship between violence and seduction. In Shamieh's poetic-apocalyptic vision of the afterlife, four Palestinian women from different historical periods hang about in limbo,…
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Music, Reviewed Various artists

Various artists

Once upon a time -- just after disco, during the early '80s -- house music emerged to tell stories. Before it became the party-hearty soundtrack for the bridge-and-tunnel gentry of the Chicago and New York clubs, house, as played by…
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