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Music, All Shook Down 5 Celebrities Who've Communicated With Dead Musicians

5 Celebrities Who've Communicated With Dead Musicians

Earlier this week, the lawsuit against AEG Live over Michael Jackson's premature passing rumbled past the point of weird and drove straight into crazy town. The culprit was AEG CEO Randy Phillips, who claimed that his friend Brenda Richie --…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist We Love You Too, Lee: Liberace Salutes San Francisco on His TV Show in 1956

We Love You Too, Lee: Liberace Salutes San Francisco on His TV Show in 1956

Steven Soderbergh is directing a biopic of Liberace for HBO, and pictures have started to emerge of its stars more or less in character: Michael Douglas as Wladziu Valentino Liberace ("Lee" to his friends), and Matt Damon as Liberace's lover,…
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Dining, SFoodie Ten Worst Celebrity Cookbooks

Ten Worst Celebrity Cookbooks

The must-have celebrity accessories change as frequently as the daily fro-yo flavors. Move over small dogs, adopted children, and Birkin bags, this is the age of celebrity cookbooks. Eva Longoria, G Pal, Sheryl Crow (author of If It Makes You…
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Calendar, Night&Day Long Live the Wrestle

Long Live the Wrestle

Mike Edison's new book I Have Fun Everywhere I Go is kind of a relic: They don't make guys like this anymore. The tone of the book is high-spirited sleaze, overeducated yokelry, and intensely American egalitarian humor. Add a love…
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Calendar, Night&Day Go S.F.! Beat L.A.!

Go S.F.! Beat L.A.!

In spite of being a local tradition, the Exotic Erotic Ball always seems so L.A., with its emphasis on men looking at tan chicks with fake boobs. San Francisco has usually been more about exposing your pale, even flabby self…
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Music, House of Tudor House of Tudor

House of Tudor

Cute, kicky, irrepressible, irresistible, licentious, lewd, dizzy, delightful -- that's Kitten on the Keys. It's been a couple of years since the Lollies' utterly go-going-gone-are-her-panties piano player set out on her own with nothing but a toy piano, an accordion,…
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Calendar, Night&Day True Confessions

True Confessions

Based on its title, you'd think that "Let's Talk About Me" -- the trio of one-acts opening this week at Theatre Rhino -- would offer the usual self-absorbed solo schlock that we've learned to live with in San Francisco. But…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Comedy Is Not Pretty

The shocking similarities between witty, debonair playwright Oscar Wilde and inadvertently hilarious, garishly costumed pianist Liberace finally emerge in Gross Indulgences: The Trials of Liberace, which playwright F. Allen Sawyer was inspired to write after managing the box office for…
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