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Calendar, Night&Day This Art Is Sexiest!

This Art Is Sexiest!

Someone complained about Spy Emerson's art; said it was sexist. This was in Berkeley, Spy is a woman, and the art was at the Saturn Cafe, a vegetarian diner owned by feminists. The cafe asked Emerson to take the art…
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Music, All Shook Down 10 Things: Good Bands, Gay Pride, Free Market and <i>The Life and Death of an Italian Cat</i>

10 Things: Good Bands, Gay Pride, Free Market and The Life and Death of an Italian Cat

On this fine Pride weekend, let's step back and take a moment to appreciate all the superb events our foggy town has to offer without high costs or shitty attitudes. Where else in the world can you find citywide Michael…
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Calendar, Night&Day On Art Marauding

On Art Marauding

Spy Emerson visited the Venice Biennale last year aboard a ramshackle art ship, strewn with all manner of hammered-together junk, as part of the flotilla “The Swimming Cities of Serenissima.” She’s an artist, of course. It was a good idea.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Ch&eacute; Bello Gatto

Ché Bello Gatto

A knot of fancy, sun-deficient artistes offer a new spectacle; Happy Forever: The Life and Death of an Italian Cat follows a vaguely historical path to and from a fishing village. This thrice-in-one-night production comes via the writing of Spy…
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