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News, Sucka Free City No Toilet Paper, No Peace

No Toilet Paper, No Peace

Over the past two months, an unknown arsonist has set ablaze 18 portable toilets around the city. This week, SF Weekly received a letter from the mysterious firestarter — who calls himself "The Burning Man" — with a list of…
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News, Feature No Justice, No Peace ... Whatever

No Justice, No Peace ... Whatever

A wave of catchphrases and exclamation points washes up on one corner of Third Street and Palou Avenue. "Unconditional Amnesty for All!" "Black & Brown Unite!" "Free Mumia!" "Abolish the Racist Death Penalty!" The slogans adorn banners and signs brought…
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Calendar, Night&Day Soul Rebels

Soul Rebels

Working a relentless 250-night-a-year touring schedule, San Diego's B-Side Players show up on Bay Area stages more frequently than a lot of local bands. Their infectious Afro-Cuban beats grind into downtempo reggae splashes, pushing a message that's as steeped in…
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News, South to the Future

South to the Future

6 October 1999 HUNTINGDON, Penn. -- Condemned journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal has announced that he will no longer answer questions pertaining to his guilt or innocence. He will also petition the court to change his name. In a press release issued…
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The House of Tudor

When examining Moby's discography, dismiss the guitar-primed Animal Rights, which the roguish dance prince admits was a spit in the eye of close-minded clubbers. Instead, focus on the peerless techno hit-parade Everything Is Wrong, and the ambient dreamscape optimistically dubbed…
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