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Calendar, Night&Day In the Sack

In the Sack

Apparently we spend more than 27 years of our existence doing absolutely nothing. During this time we could be researching a cure for cancer, helping attain world peace, making billions of dollars developing the next big thing, having crazy sex,…
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Calendar, Night&Day You Need

You Need

Though the band began life with a postpunk clatter, Love Is All now leans toward vulnerable yet spiky pop. Two Thousand and Ten Injuries is the Swedish quintet’s third excellently titled album, after Nine Times That Same Song and A…
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News, The Snitch SF's New Non-Crappy Voting Machines May Actually Be Crappy

SF's New Non-Crappy Voting Machines May Actually Be Crappy

Remember how Electronic Systems and Software sold San Francisco a bunch a voting machines and kind of forgot to tell us they were uncertified? They eventually paid the city $3.5 million and city supervisors signed a $12.6 million contract with…
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Culture, Stagecap

Avenue Q

This delightfully crass musical sendup of Sesame Street is like Melrose Place with Muppets. A run-down brownstone at the outer limits of New York City hosts an ensemble of conflicted people and puppets, including a monster who loves Internet porn…
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Music, OK Then

Brodreo Drive

SF Weekly headquarters is located in a sterile building that houses a great deal of other offices and companies and conference rooms. In other words, where I work is much like where you work. It's not very interesting. (I know,…
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