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Dining, SFoodie Pop-Up Planner: The Best Temporary Restaurant Events, September 17-30

Pop-Up Planner: The Best Temporary Restaurant Events, September 17-30

We love pop-ups and temporary chef nights, but we hate keeping track of them. Every few weeks we'll bring you a list of the best upcoming events -- all you have to do is mark your calendar. Susan Feniger Pop-Up…
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News, The Snitch Baylinks: Hijack, Hybrid, Dawkins

Baylinks: Hijack, Hybrid, Dawkins

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Matt Smith Picks on... Believers (Steve Jobs, God, Mac Users: Beware)

As referenced in Matt's column this week: Are anti-religion authors colluding with metaphysical-minded appliance makers to give the masses a new opiate?…
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iPhoney iDol?

Best-seller lists have lately been topped with a proselytic brand of atheism, contained in books such as Christopher Hitchens' God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything; Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion; and Sam Harris' Letter to a Christian Nation.…
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This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

Wednesday, November 10, 2004 The wistful looks on the faces of the dolls in Denise and Scott Davis' exhibit, "Davis & Davis: Childish Things and Small Talents," are creepy and powerful. Looking like a cross between Cindy Sherman's carefully arranged…
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Night + Day

Wednesday November 18 Sociable Darwinists Comic actor John Cleese ponders the meaning of life yet again when he and British biologist Richard Dawkins satirize the interview process during a City Arts & Lectures onstage conversation. So far, Cleese's best-known contribution…
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wednesday march 12 Robots, Roots, and Real Life From scavenged industrial scraps, sculptor Kenji Yanobe creates interactive mechanical contraptions inspired by the Japanese animation tradition manga otaku. Manga's technology and pop-culture elements emerge in Yanobe works like Foot Soldier (Godzilla),…
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