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Volume 40 Number 50

September 13 – September 19, 2006

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TUESDAY

Sept. 19 Dvd/Music Bad Brains, Live at CBGB 1982 There's nothing fancy about the new Bad Brains DVD, Live at CBGB 1982 (Music Video Distributors), but then...

MONDAY

Sept. 18 Event "True Lust Confidential" Let’s be honest, spoken word and open mic nights are not typically linked to eroticism and sexual candor. This is not...

SUNDAY

Sept. 17 Music The Queers Thirteen-year-olds from all over will be flocking to this all-ages show to see the legendary lineup of pop punk sensations. But somewhat...

SATURDAY

Sept. 16 Music Starlite Desperation Where some psychedelic rockers come off passive and fey, the feral psych-garage trio the Starlite Desperation incite an intense and raw reaction...

FRIDAY

Sept. 15 Visual Art “Bringing the Feral Fight Home” I’ll tell you one of the things I like most about Daniel Tierney’s art - namely, the fact...

THURSDAY

Sept. 14 Film/Music "Indiecent Exposure" One of many things “Indiecent Exposure” has going for it is an array of movies with good titles. In addition to live...

WEDNESDAY

Sept. 13 Music Oliver Mtukudzi Ah, the power of the juxtaposition: a shaft of sunlight thrown against a patch of darkness; an instant of pure breathless beauty...

Gourmet GPS

FEAST 2006! Our annual guide to the best food and drink in the Bay

Trash hits Toronto

Bright lights and the heart of movie theater darkness

Fringe on top

Fall's wildest fest unloads a mixed bag of Tenderloin tricks and treats

Six-string samurai

Oakland metalists Totimoshi hitch their wagon to Page Hamilton and head out

Turf’s up

Oakland MC Beeda Weeda is smokin'

American lie

This Film Is Not Yet Rated investigates Jack Valenti’s legacy

T off

› kimberly@sfbg.com SONIC REDUCER You scream, I scream, we all scream for ... the black concert T. It's the music-merch phenom that will always annoyingly...

Listen in

› le_chicken_farmer@yahoo.com CHEAP EATS It's hard to talk to yourself. You don't have anything to say, and you're afraid you might be boring. But the...

Melons and melancholia

› paulr@sfbg.com There are those who spend the year passionately awaiting Christmas, and then there are those who spend the year passionately awaiting the arrival...

Camp Hip

› paulr@sfbg.com Everybody seems to love Thai food, but the oohing and aahing is generally confined to the cooking. You don't hear much about the...

Death by satire

› annalee@techsploitation.com TECHSPLOITATION In honor of George W. Bush's efforts to stop torture by setting up secret CIA prisons and promote freedom by expanding government...

Larry Bain’s top five ways to put your money where your mouth is

BUY FOOD WITH A FACE Know the person behind your potato, the woman behind your wasabi. Know who grew what. That's better than all the...

California’s secret police

EDITORIAL If a doctor does something really terrible and is suspended from the practice of medicine, the record is public: anyone — a potential...

Five years after

EDITORIAL Here's the painful but undeniable truth: five years after a pair of airplanes flew into the Twin Towers in New York, killing almost...

EDITOR’S NOTES

› tredmond@sfbg.com I was six when they assassinated John F. Kennedy. It was warm and sunny in Dallas, but I remember the cold and snow...

The age of 9/11

OPINION We all remember where we were on Sept. 11, 2001. The event rocked the world as the last remaining superpower was attacked in...

Welcome to the nightmare

Can the man who stole the election actually govern Mexico?