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Volume 40 Number 41

July 12 – July 18, 2006

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FEAST: the Guardian Guide to spring food and drink

Click here to check out out FEAST picks! Taking it in It's no secret that we are what we eat. But it's as true on a...

TUESDAY

JULY 18 DISCUSSION Peter Olney Discuss with Peter Olney, director of organizing for the ILWU, Jack Ramus of the National Writers Union-UAW Local 1981, and Blob Blanchet...

MONDAY

JULY 17 MUSIC Cannibal Ox Holy graveyards, Batman! Long dormant hip-hop duo Cannibal Ox are back, which is damn good news for laypeople and heads alike. While...

SUNDAY

JULY 16 FILM/MUSIC “Film Market” Ever wonder what your favorite nightclub would be like if it were a movie theater? Your idle speculation is no longer necessary!...

FRIDAY

JULY 14 VISUAL ART "Cosmic Wonder" Green baked goods, acid flashbacks, good times, bad trips - one expects all that and more packed into the Yerba Buena...

THURSDAY

JULY 13 MUSIC Kid Beyond If there was an Olympic gold medal awarded for beatboxing, Kid Beyond would win it. It’s not just his vocal flexibility that...

Mexico splits in half

The election moves into the streets – and the U.S. needs to be paying attention

WEDNESDAY

JULY 12 PERFORMANCE “Flappers, Femmes Fatales, and Vitriol” Does history get any better than this? From Eskimo women smoking cigarettes to Japanese women lopping off their hair,...

Workers nights

Festival highlights 100 years of labor movement

Ejaculoid!

Super Ego vs. Ejaculoid: A wild time with MC Cookie Dough and Dee Jay Pee Play

Imagine there’s no heaven

The SF Mime Troupe's GodFellas is hella well timed

Sweet 16mm

Small Sails float their own kind of rock show experience

Sexy transmissions

Sublime Frequencies issue more transcendent sounds — and images — from across the pond

Nude awakening

Anicca — at the Theater Artaud complex this week — is not exactly your everyday site-specific dance theater event. With the audience in tow,...

A present from the past

Colter Jacobsen uses a pencil to turn old photos into "Your Future"

Mortality play

Meryl (Justine Clarke) is basically the human incarnation of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook, except without the "survival" part. As she rides the train...

One Lives to live

By Kimberly Chun › kimberly@sfbg.com SONIC REDUCER I fell in love with the recent Ray Davies solo album, Other People's Lives (V2). Face it, I fall...

Standin’ pretty

› le_chicken_farmer@yahoo.com CHEAP EATS Another weekend away, playing unlikely gigs in unheard of places, like Oregon and Idaho. This time: a punch-and-cookie country dance party...

Crème de les crémants

› paulr@sfbg.com Among the many sobering statistics available to today's Americans, none are more jolting — at least to this American — than the numbers...

West with the sun

› paulr@sfbg.com Middle East–ward the course of empire takes its way these days — a sorrowful and futile operation that does at least confer onto...

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JULY 12-18 Alert: Mercury is retrograde ARIES March 21-April 19 Aries, it’s time for you to be all about you. But when isn’t it — right, friend? However,...

Verizon’s tubes

› tubes@techsploitation.com TECHSPLOITATION If you think I'm done making fun of Sen. Ted Stevens from Alaska, then you are sorely mistaken. I have only just...

Swear an oaf

› andrea@altsexcolumn.com Dear Andrea: After several bad relationships I started seeing someone new. She's into "playful" spanking. She started spanking me on the street one day...