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Monday, February 11, 2008

Romeo, Juliet, and R. Kelly - Your Monday Morning Hangover

Posted By on Mon, Feb 11, 2008 at 7:21 AM

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(Olivia Hussey as Verona jailbait, Circa: Back in the Day)

Welcome back to hell, droogs. Here's what you missed over the weekend while you were taking oxy and binging on 'The Wire':

Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation melted faces at Victoria Theater Sunday.

Some skanky 69 action went down at the Shooting Gallery and at WhiteWalls SF Saturday - a fluid exchange.

Ditto for Fifty24SF and 111 Minna.

Cole Haddon examines "I Wanna Fuck You" and Other V-Day Mixtape DON'Ts

Upcoming this week in SF, you should know:

It's Valentine's Day, and the Castro Theater is doing it right with the old-school Romeo & Juliet with Olivia Hussey in attendance. So hot back in the day.

Punk/goth icon Siouxsie Sioux's at the Fillmore.

Drive-By Truckers shoot at the Mezzanine.

Wyclef's coming to town. He told SFWeekly he'll be picking up some USF interns. Tawdry. We yelled at him for "Hips Don't Lie".

DJ Shadow's in the mix this week too. He can go have "I've peaked" fondue with Wyclef at Melt.

Lastly, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum at the GAMH Saturday. Anti-Humanism never falls out of style.

Now, go look busy until we give away some more concert tickets in a few hours.

-SFWeekly.com Staff Report

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