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Volume 42 Number 47

Vamp camp

Lost Boys: The Tribe vants to suck your DVD

Collage boys

In Zona by 2boys.tv, life is a multilayered, dark queer cabaret

Raphael’s “Way”

Raphael Saadiq brings an immaculately casual vibe

Rabbit Research Collective

The cultural map has changed, and Paris is no longer its center

Zing go the strings

The 20th Annual Fiddle Summit jigs up the Downtown Berkeley Music Festival

Bona fidelity

A trip to Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp

“Warchild”

Bosnia and consequences in this captivating drama

Sweetest taboo

"Banned and Recovered: Artists Respond to Censorship"

The circle game

Singer-Songwriter Issue: Parsing the return of the singer-songwriter in a superficial age

From Silicon Valley to “City Hall”

Singer-Songwriter Issue: Vienna Teng finds inspiration in unexpected places

Great northern

Singer-Songwriter Issue: Serena Southam conjures that old-timey magic

Volume 42 Number 47 Flip-through Edition

August 20, 2008
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Into the wild

Singer-Songwriter Issue: Kaki King dreams in guitar and goes from there

Singing softly, carrying big ideas

Singer-Songwriter Issue: More folks to look out for at Outside Lands

Love songs

Singer-Songwriter Issue: Local singer-songwriters come in praise of their faves

Critical sass

Daniel Mendelsohn's How Beautiful It Is And How Easily It Can Be Broken could use a little bitchiness

Comic drama

How to act the Steve Coogan way: an interview with the Hamlet 2 man

Cheap eights

King Sing Chinese Cuisine on Balboa

Burning woman

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Hunters and collectors

Two high concept shows take the meta approach to curating

The trip

Fear and loathing on the road to the American dream

Personal or political?

New redaction policy means less public access to Board of Supervisors documents

Money for nothing

Nancy Pelosi is raising millions of dollars, but keeping very little for her own reelection campaign

JROTC is not a choice

It seems the military will do whatever it takes to get in front of our youngsters in our public schools