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Volume 41 Number 36

June 6 – June 12, 2007

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Bars of mystery

Nancy Drink gets and alcoholiclue

Summer splashdown

Hot, hot cocktails for cool city nights

Second nightlife

Virtual clubbing saved my skinny white hipster ass. Maybe

The Guardian Iraq War casualty report (6/11/07)

Three U.S. soldiers killed. Twelve Iraqi soldiers killed.

Politics Blog

"I'm just the mom of an American soldier," and Ed Jew grows flowers without water

The Guardian Iraq War casualty report (6/05/07)

90 Iraqi civilians killed today

The man whose head exploded

An interview with Hostel 2 director Eli Roth

Wikipedia activism

› annalee@techsploitation.com TECHSPLOITATION When I edit Wikipedia, I am fighting for the future. There are certain things and people whose memories I want preserved for...

Tongues and tales

Under the Bed and Artemisia go for baroque

Only human

Humansville may leave you hopeful -- or disappointed

Gunning for Boots

Pop's rep for rebellion in question; cops' rep for racial profiling isn't

A stitch in time

Stay sharp and slow down ... or suffer kitchen knife collateral damage

I just wanna testify

The Gomorran Social Aid and Pleasure Club preach the gospel

Living in the moment

Anat Cohen

Nerves of Chrome

Music feature: Helios Creed remembers the cyberpunk band that time forgot

There’s no business …

ShowBusiness sets its sights on Broadway-or-bust babies

Call the docs

The Clinton 12, Silences , and the Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes doc at the San Francisco Black Film Festival

Candid camera

Shohei Imamura captures Japan's red lights and black markets

Oh Mickey, you’re so lame

"F@ck Mickey Mouse" shows precursors that beat Disney to the punch, imitators that ripped him off, and parodies that made fun of him



Bras and barbecue


The suggestions

› andrea@altsexcolumn.com Dear Andrea: I am writing to quibble with your response to Imagine , the fellow in college who complained that after "a couple of...

Mission: school

Alicia McCarthy turns her studies into art