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Volume 41 Number 21

February 21 – February 27, 2007

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MONDAY

Feb. 26 MUSIC Nels Cline and Glenn Kotche Avant guitarist Nels Cline and experimental percussionist Glenn Kotche take a break from their day job...

MONDAY

Feb. 26 MUSIC Nels Cline and Glenn Kotche Avant guitarist Nels Cline and experimental percussionist Glenn Kotche take a break from their day job...

SUNDAY

Feb. 25 EVENT Pablo Heising Memorial Even though the unofficial mayor of Haight Street, Paul “Pablo” Heising, had to move away from his beloved neighborhood...

SATURDAY

Feb. 24 EVENT/MUSIC Benefit for AIDS/Lifecycle Toph One has been kicking around SF clubs longer than he’d care to admit, most likely, since the...

FRIDAY

Feb. 23 VISUAL ART/EVENT Monster Drawing Rally Better bring your artistic A game to Southern Exposure's seventh annual Monster Drawing Rally at the Verdi...

San Francisco’s erupting skyline

Why erect higher barricades?

Guardian Casualty Report (02-22-07)

26 Iraqi civilians killed, including women and children

Politics blog: Leno vs. Migden

It's official: Leno vs. Migden for State Senate. Let the fight (and possible bloodbath) begin!

THURSDAY

Feb. 22 EVENT Max Wolf Valerio From real-lifers Christine Jorgensen to cinematic renderings in Transamerica, male-to-female transsexuals have long been visible, while female-to-males get lost in the...

WEDNESDAY

feb. 21 MUSIC Donkeys Oh, the ennui of rising success: tour with Casiotone for the Painfully Alone as both the opening act and Owen Ashworth’s...

Here comes the neighborhood

Hugh's girls

You like me!

The Oscars of gay porn come to town

Worth a shot

Mark Jackson's American Suicide brings can-do despair to life

Chorophobics, beware

Fears of Your Life

Death drove a cliche

Please, no more!

Feeling the spirit

Ghostland Observatory want to rock your body

Noise Pop: Revisiting the Clinic

Clinic returns to form

Noise Pop: Basking in their luster

Or harshing their mellow? Brightblack Morning Light

Noise Pop: Nilsson rating

You may not have heard of Harry Nilsson, but you sure as hell have heard his music

Noise Pop: Midlake of the storm

Midlake make a logical afternoon appearance

Noise Pop: Blag, guts, and pussy

The Dwarves' star shines punkly, 24 years along

Noise Pop: Cats have nine lives

Sebadoh have at least three

Noise Pop: Miss him?

The psychic ills, family feuds, and resilience of Roky Erickson

Noise, pop — two great tastes in one!

Our picks for a bangin' Noise Pop festival