Volume 41 Number 19
February 7 – February 13, 2007
78 Iraqi civilians killed.
FEB. 12 FILM Tears of the Black Tiger If you like spaghetti westerns, you’re sure to love the “Tom Yum Goong cowboys” of Tears of...
FEB. 11 MUSIC Ettes Stick this one in your pocket flask and suck it: the holy trinity of badassedness sport the names Coco, Poni,...
FEB. 10 MUSIC Spanish Harlem Orchestra Carrying on the rich legacy of Latin jazz big bands such as Tito Puente's legendary salsa ensemble, pianist-arranger Oscar...
FEB. 9 MUSIC Top 10 DJ Dreamteam Within San Francisco’s DJ dynasty, house DJs and breaks DJs have long battled for clubgoers’ absolute allegiance,...
FEB. 8 PERFORMANCE Crying in Public Octavio Paz once said life is not made according to human frailty, though the Nobel Prize-winning poet probably worded...
FEB. 7 FILM LunchFilms If you made a short movie for the cost of a lunch, how much would yours cost? In the case of...
‘Tis better to give than get dumped
Plan a date with a view and ensure that, even if it’s a horrible night, at least its backdrop will look beautiful
Sara Thrustra's Ten Pictures and Two Pin-Ups calendar
The 2007 "At Your Service" bike messenger calendar
Manuelito Biag's The Shape of Poison solidifies his standing as a choreographer on the rise
Indie = no pickups?
A whirlwind Sunday afternoon tour of San Francisco strip clubs
The pros and cons of sex and romance in the city by the bay
A gay adult movie insider reflects on the bang biz
Why are menus so hard to read?
Parties, panties, and philanthropy
The Makes Nice lick freakbeat candy wrappers for the benefit of all
Flipping for the United Kingdom's Switch
Some oddity odysseys to trip on
Lindstrom expands the dance floor -- and the space between your ears
The art of soul singing is far from dead
An exquisite corpse review of Inland Empire
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