Volume 41 Number 07
November 15 – November 21, 2006
Imprisoned journalist will be stuck behind bars until June, court rules
How to help Josh Wolf: Benefits, updates and his prison blogs
How powerful institutions like The New York Times are feverishly spinning against a pullout of U.S. troops
Nov. 21 Music Pernice Brothers Recently I was watching Iron Chef, and one of the contestants whipped up some luscious delight of lightly fried honeycomb with cream...
Nov. 20 Music These Arms Are Snakes Since their first EP, This Is Meant to Hurt You (Jade Tree), dropped in 2003, it was clear that this...
Nov. 19 Event Transgender Day of Remembrance Remember and honor victims of antitransgender hate crimes as Alameda County joins more than 200 locations around the world to...
Nov. 18 Event Nina Hartley Nobody has more sex than Nina Hartley. So it’s no surprise that the prolific adult-film performer and sex educator decided to write...
Nov. 17 Film “The Good Old Naughty Days” Back in the early 1900s people really knew how to film other people having sex. “The Good Old Naughty...
Nov. 16 Performance The Outsider Chronicles Creative is the title of one of Sean Dorsey’s funniest and most heartrending dance theater pieces, a solo in which the...
San Francisco struggles with a different kind of public record
Nov. 15 Event/Performance “The Wicked Stage: Horror Theatre in Jazz Age London” Join copresenters Thrillpeddlers (voted Best Live Onstage Bloodbath in our Best of the Bay 2006...
Fat kids, tranny tiaras, and NonStop Bhangra
Yacht Rock cruises for a bruising with the soft-rock sounds — and culture — you forgot to forget
Twisted fun, too much sun, Stanford cool kids, and the Fucking Ocean
Canadian producer Moonstarr and New Orleans rapper Voice cook up a tasty Gumbo
"Suburban Escape" plumbs the art of California sprawl
Spit on your burger's the least of your worries
For your critical devastation
The educational documentaries you can't take your kids to see
The staunchest of the staunch
The aural-mineral joys of Japan
Philosophy, theology, ethics, cereal
› firstname.lastname@example.org Doctrines of infallibility are for popes and neocons, and need I say more? The rest of us lowly humans must make do with...
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