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Volume 47 Number 21

If you’re nasty

Exotic terrors and fast women abound in the Roxie's latest 'pre-Code' series

Just chill

On the cusp of headlining Noise Pop slots, Toro Y Moi releases an album equally inspired by J Dilla and his new Bay Area home

Volume 47 Number 21 Flip-through Edition

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The unheard music

Artists draw inspiration from John Cage for 'Silence'

Sort of and last

The Wooster Group and New York City Players make a long overdue Bay Area appearance

Scare tactics

Old spaceships, desolate planets, unloading bullets into undead creepy-crawlies: horror videogame 'Dead Space 3' gets it mostly right

Up the game

Dodging death and seeking BBQ on Mission Street

Fresh sips

Cocktail, food on the side: What to eat when you're sipping around town

Go South

San Jose's Cinequest unleashes stars, docs, dramas, and zombies -- plus Harrison Ford, Salman Rushdie, and Chuck Palahniuk

Travels well

Kehinde Wiley's POC diaspora and boychild's NYFW appearance are this week's hautest things

All the rage

25 years ago, queer activist network ACT UP redefined AIDS, changed politics, and saved lives. Can the rebooted ACT UP/SF mobilize a new generation?

Clubs vs. condos

Can new housing coexist with nightlife in western SoMa? A rezoning debate around the 11th Street Corridor heats up

What Obama said — and what he meant

Decoding State of the Union double-speak