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Volume 43 Number 41

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Who ya gonna call?

The jokes are slinking back into video games. Yep, it's Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Dead ends

Doom metal supergroup Khanate is just wretched enough to be great

Poetry in (stop-) motion

$9.99 mixes animated images with serious themes -- and offers up the Meaning of Life

The deep end

Argentine filmmaker Lucrecia Martel visits YBCA

Cold, cold hearts

Until the Light Takes Us peers into black-metal darkness

Bare life

Downloading Nancy interrogates sacrifice in the hyperdigital zeitgeist

Miss u?

Set your iPhone app to wayback: Club 1992 and Prince vs. Michael Jackson take you there

Leftovers

More on the fingerlickin' Brick Pig's House in Oakland

Paving the way for privatization

City officials consider closing the municipal asphalt plant and backing a private replacement

Nip it in the bud

Supervisors condemn PG&E ballot measure

Beyonce bounce

Beyonce -- how much is enough? Plus: Death Cab for Cutie dusts off its extras

Nude Beach Guide 2009

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We walk with a zombie

Nights and days of the dead economy and culture -- in art, movies, books, and song

Volume 43 Number 41 Flip-through Edition

July 8, 2009
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Out of the blue

And into the black -- renaissance via Neil Young's Archives

Aicha

Are tagines the unicorns of the food world? This Moroccan spot turns them out with authentic flair

A friend indeed

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San Francisco Silent Film Festival

Minus the speaking voice, but hardly muzzled

Tiki Crawl 9

Since 1937, the Bay Area has had a relationship with that bastion of tropical tackiness

Doug Biggert: “Hitchhikers and Other Work”

A special homecoming for a lifelong artist who was never a careerist

WestWave Dance Festival

A good, fresh lineup that showcases quality artists who represent the richness that is Bay Area dance

Kode 9, Spaceape

A hybridization of 2-step garage, jungle breaks at half-speed and good ol' ragga