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Third time’s a charm

The Gossip raise the roof with their breakthrough album, Standing in the Way of Control

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DO NEW MEDIA move more quickly? The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's media arts curator, Benjamin Weil, will officially resign Sept. 3. Starting at the museum in 1999 at the zenith of the...

‘Winner’ takes all

IF YOU CONSIDER  it amazing that New York Times best-selling author Augusten Burroughs was able to maintain a lucrative job in advertising while consuming enough alcohol nightly to poison a small town (see the...

Eat the old

THERE'S NOTHING LIKE  in-the-moment enthusiasm to make you lose critical perspective. I can think of a hundred albums that have excited me to the point of thinking, "This is the best band ever." That...

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Glamorous disease

 DO YOU LIKE  to celebrate Christmas? Do television commercials fill you with desire for the products advertised? Do you wear gender-appropriate clothing and hairstyles? Do you think everyone should have a job, get married,...

Warriors, stay in and playiyay!

AN ENTIRE GENERATION was introduced to the 1979 cult classic film The Warriors in 1993 when Ol' Dirty Bastard warbled "Warriors, come out and playiyay!" on Wu Tang's "Shame on a Nigga." That's why...

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Does Mills make sense?

Peskin measure gives supervisors an early say over a controversial waterfront development

SF weekly sold

Microsoft owner purchases local paper.

‘MirrorMask’

Looking-glass eyes

Does Mills make sense?

Peskin measure gives supervisors an early say over a controversial waterfront development

Little girls lost

Two new films ask, have you checked the children?

Monkey business

How Stephen Lisberger became the poster boy for UCSF's animal welfare problems.

Animal instincts

As the struggle between animal rights activists and scientists rages on, what's really happening inside UCSF's animal labs?

Poster child

Artist Favianna Rodriguez makes history with her politically conscious graphics company.

Paige two

I WAS TURNED  on to my new favorite restaurant, Jodie's, by Satchel Paige the Pitcher's dad, Mr. Paige the Pitcher. Indirectly. Mr. Paige the Pitcher ate there with a friend, and then raved about...

Hidden at home

Out-of-towners dig into big SF scandal

Film: Critic’s Choice: ‘San Francisco’s Broken Promise’

Thurs/29, Delancey Street Screening Room WHEN A GROUP  of Modesto Junior College students began looking into what Bay Guardian editor and publisher Bruce B. Brugmann calls "the biggest scandal in American history...

Army of glum

Battlefield 2 (Electronic Arts)

Cruisin’ for a bruisin’

EVER SINCE THAT fateful day on the family farm when our stud calf Beauregard threw me from his back and rammed me several times against a large oak, giving me one heck of...

Techsploitation

APPARENTLY IT'S BIG news that the human brain is still evolving. A couple of US researchers announced recently that they'd isolated two genes connected with brain size that appeared to have evolved only...