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Calendar, Night&Day Continental Cretins

Continental Cretins

Snobbish? No. Très snotty? Mais oui, mes amis! The opposite of brie-eating sommeliers, Les Hatepinks defy American stereotypes of the French as pretentious foodies and poets. This bratty quartet plays ’80s-inspired garage punk that’s taut, tuneful, and pierced by both…
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SF Weekly Letters

Re-Cycle that News Back pedal: In regards to the Night and Day item for Pedal Monster Weekend, written by John Graham : Normally we would have been ecstatic about being listed in your paper, as we have been in…
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Calendar, Night&Day Welcome to the Land of Chocolate

Welcome to the Land of Chocolate

According to Roget’s Thesaurus, there are only five synonyms for the verb drool. We, however, can think of others — they’re the names of the more than two dozen vendors participating in the 13th Annual Ghirardelli Square Chocolate Festival. Here…
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Music, BeatBox "Meat" Mixes Seared Flesh and an Industrialized Dancefloor

"Meat" Mixes Seared Flesh and an Industrialized Dancefloor

The bane of Bay Area vegans for nearly six years, monthly electro-industrial event Meat takes its name literally, barbecuing a Viking-sized appetite's worth of free hide on the 11th St. sidewalk. Because, really, how can you enjoy yourself at a…
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Music, All Shook Down

SF Weekly Best Albums of 2007 : John Graham Edition

Feh... top 10 lists are written by lazy bastards for other lazy bastards. But I can outlazy all of you! I can’t be bothered to dig through every CD stack in my cramped apartment, so here are ten fingers’ worth…
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Calendar, Night&Day

A New Moon Rises

Try as you might, it's nigh impossible to find rock musicians more old-school or more sincere than Fred and Toody Cole. The Cole lineage stretches back to the mid-1960s — a lifetime spent ravaging ear canals with garage, psychedelic, and…
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Music, BeatBox Q-Tip and Trentemoller

Q-Tip and Trentemoller

Call off the genre holy wars — Anders Trentemøller preaches an electronic gospel that even the far-flung tribes of Technopolis can agree upon. The Danish producer's albums (like the haunting Last Resort) flow between misty ambience and dusky dub melancholia,…
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