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Film, "The Killer Inside Me"

"The Killer Inside Me"

Implicit in its title, the premise of The Killer Inside Me — directed by Michael Winterbottom from Jim Thompson's 1952 crime novel — could be summed up in a classified ad: Texas cop with pleasant boyish demeanor seeks compliant dames…
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Music, Bouncer

Psychos and sour grapes at the Casanova

The Casanova has big glass grapes hanging from the ceiling, the kind you saw in your algebra teacher's family room when he had the class over for an end-of-semester party and you were surprised that a guy who did math…
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Best Selection of Nero Wolfe Mysteries

4175 24th St. (at Diamond), 282-7444 Rex Stout's fictional detective -- the rotund, erudite, and perpetually ill-tempered hero of some 70 stories and novels -- is thoroughly represented (along with his smart-mouthed chronicler and aide-de-camp, Archie Goodwin) at the…
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Forgive Us Our Press Passes

As anyone who drives the mad streets of downtown will attest, scoring a parking space can be a nightmare. But even after you find a spot, you still have to feed the meter. Wouldn't it be great if you could…
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Press Parking Perk

San Franciscans Armed With Extra Quarters, Parking Chief Worries," proclaim the Examiner's new bus shelter posters. Truth be known, extra quarters are probably the last thing on the minds of reporters at both the Examiner nad the Chronicle - they…
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