Volume 41 Number 01
October 4 – October 10, 2006
Fixed-gear fracas, Lusty Lady lowdown, and Pixel Vision hits Vancouver in the blogs.
What, exactly, is "the love"?
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre reissued on a slick new DVD
The backwaters of bad cover art
Billy Bragg keeps the progressive home fires burning and cynicism at bay.
KDVS's Operation: Restore Maximum Freedom IV fest
Hyphy or just plain hyped? The Mall aren't buying the retail pop narcotic.
Phil Collins (not that one) and Fahamu Pecou add spirit to Warhol's legacy.
ConteXXXtualizing Shortbus. Plus: Swinging Scandinavians!
If only he'd stuck to his cheesy pistols ...
Vik's Chaat Corner
Bruised, pitted, and withered leaves
The Mandarin comforts of Ah Lin
What if they're un-Googleable?
› email@example.com Dear Andrea: I have a very close gay male friend who often behaves like he's interested in me romantically. He has even told me...
The Prop. 90 problem
The Italian-American dilemma
The controversy over obtaining copies of San Francisco's disaster plans
The West Coast Green conference highlights San Francisco for its leadership — and shortcomings — in environmentally sensitive building
Oct. 10 Event Litquake From its beginnings as a modest two-day event in 2002, Litquake has rapidly expanded this year to nine days and will feature over...
Oct. 9 Music The Knitters There’s an epiphany that strikes almost every aging rocker that country music is the perfect medium for tempering youthful, knee-jerk angst into...
Oct. 8 Music Residual Echoes Besides having one of the sweetest, smokiest names around, Residual Echoes summon a potent mix of sounds: kraut rock, drone, and SST...
Oct. 7 Visual Art ArtSpan Open Studios Art, it’s often argued, is in the eye of the beholder. During ArtSpan’s 31st Open Studios, you’ll have the opportunity...
Oct. 6 Event/Visual Art/Music/Film “The Illuminated Corridor” Let's face it - live loud music and large projected images don't take over cities nearly as often as they...
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