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  • No Glove, No Love

    published October 10, 2012

    Call us throwbacks, but we like our burlesque traditional. It's not that we necessarily mind a striptease to Florence and the Machine's "Girl with... More >>

  • S.F. to Get Its First Face-Slapping Parlor
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    S.F. to Get Its First Face-Slapping Parlor

    published Oct 23, 2012

    It's both not what you think it is and exactly what you think it is. Over at the Chronicle, reporter Steve Rubenstein was slapped in the name of journalism by a Bangkok-born masseuse named Tata, who ... More >>

  • Michelle Tea on Sister Spit, Dorothy Allison, and <i>Valencia: The Movie</i>
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    Michelle Tea on Sister Spit, Dorothy Allison, and Valencia: The Movie

    published Oct 22, 2012

    Michelle Tea is the literary purveyor of fucking bring-it. She's co-founder of the hilarious, moving, queer roadshow Sister Spit, which is also the title of the first book released under the City Ligh... More >>

  • Cloning Jesus

    published October 3, 2012

    We get a lot of e-mails at SF Weekly. Some delightful, some boring, and some that are downright baffling. Jonathon Keats' Epigenetic Cloning... More >>

  • Note-Worthy

    published October 3, 2012

    Say what you will about activism in San Francisco, but at least our politics are never boring. We stage puke-ins; we canvass in the buff; we even... More >>

  • Top 10 Sexy Halloween Costumes
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    Top 10 "Sexy" Halloween Costumes

    published Oct 17, 2012

    We're not the type of person to harp on slutty Halloween costumes. We frankly don't give a damn about whether you think wearing a silver bikini makes you an "astronaut" because, let's be honest, Hallo... More >>

  • Fishnet Follies' Wild Women Make Our Tassels Spin

    published Oct 17, 2012

    Call us throwbacks, but we like our burlesque traditional. It's not that we necessarily mind a striptease to Florence and the Machine's "Girl with One Eye" performed by a gal wearing a demon mask and ... More >>

  • Femmepire Records: Profesh Lez Trish Bendix

    published Oct 15, 2012

    Femmepire Records is a series of interviews on femme identity. Click here for the elevator pitch and first interview.Here's Trish Bendix, managing editor of AfterEllen:What prompts you to present the ... More >>

  • Video(s) of the Day: Schmooze and Booze with Dan Savage

    published Oct 12, 2012

    Say what you will about activism in San Francisco, but at least our politics are never boring. We stage puke-ins; we canvass in the buff; we even voted on a proposition a few years back that tried to ... More >>

  • Local Artist Clones Jesus Christ (and You Can Too)
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    Local Artist Clones Jesus Christ (and You Can Too)

    published Oct 11, 2012

    We get a lot of e-mails at SF Weekly, some delightful, some boring, and some that are downright baffling. Jonathon Keats' Epigenetic Cloning Agency falls into the latter camp, promising to duplicate f... More >>

  • Video of the Day: Lois Lowry, Author of The Giver Reads Tonight

    published Oct 09, 2012

    In another life, we taught high school English, which is a far tougher crowd than any you'll find at a Raiders game, let us tell you. Trying to get 14-year-olds to care about the Oxford comma is somet... More >>

  • San Francisco Time Lapse in 30,000 Photos (Video)

    published Oct 08, 2012

    San Francisco often acts as a muse to artists, who draw on the city's charms, architecture, and WTFness to inform their work. Artist Liz Hickok once rendered S.F. in Jell-O; Zhan Wang sculpted a rendi... More >>

  • Femmepire Records: The Femme Shark Manifesto

    published Oct 08, 2012

    Femmepire Records is a series of interviews on femme identity. Here's July: Do you identify as femme? Why? Proudly! It took me a long time to identify as a femme, mostly because of internalized miso... More >>

  • The Write Stuff: Writers on Writing, Life, and More Bike Lanes

    published Oct 04, 2012

    The Write Stuff is a series of interview profiles conducted by Litseen writers, where authors give exclusive readings from their work. Here's Evan Karp, founder of the monthly, submission-based read... More >>

  • They Might Be Giants

    published September 19, 2012

    “If you build it, they will come” may have worked for Kevin Costner, but most of us need more than a creepy voiceover in order to... More >>

  • Get Lit at Litquake's Mini Museum Crawl

    published Oct 03, 2012

    A recent study about parole decisions informed us that judges were far more likely to grant favorable outcomes for prisoners early in the day, before they became mentally fatigued by all the tough cal... More >>

  • Gay People Love Vodka (Infographic)
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    Gay People Love Vodka (Infographic)

    published Oct 03, 2012

    Today, in news that both shocks and delights us, (no, it's not calming manatees again) comes an infographic from Target 10 on the eating, drinking, and nightlife habits of queers in comparison to stra... More >>

  • The Internet Makes Everything Better: Happy Magic Sparklesauce Link Roundup

    published Oct 02, 2012

    It's been a sort of sucktacular week, hasn't it? The Museum of Craft and Folk Art is closing for good in December, after 30 years, and what will we do with our VHS tapes now? The Purple Onion, famed c... More >>

  • Femmepire Records: We're All Transgender

    published Oct 01, 2012

    Femmepire Records is a series of interviews on femme identity. Click here for the elevator pitch and first interview.Here's Cate!In a few words, define femme. I think femme is an expressive dispo... More >>

  • Video of the Day: Fifty Shades of Gay

    published Oct 01, 2012

    On the surface, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Super Diaper Baby don't have much in common (aside from the promise of adventure!). But both are on the list of commonly challe... More >>

  • Site Records All the Casual Homophobia on Twitter, Depresses Us Immensely
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    Site Records All the Casual Homophobia on Twitter, Depresses Us Immensely

    published Sep 28, 2012

    If you want to depress yourself on this rainy Friday, we'd suggest you visit the new website, nohomophobes.com, which chronicles the horrific and prolific use of homophobia that exists on social media... More >>

  • Calling All Dick-Heads

    published September 12, 2012

    San Francisco is no stranger to festivals involving dicks, but those who’ve grown wary of seeing every Tom’s Harry will be delighted... More >>

  • The Purple Onion Comedy Club Closes Its Doors
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    The Purple Onion Comedy Club Closes Its Doors

    published Sep 27, 2012

    The Purple Onion, an intimate comedy nightclub in North Beach that had been around for almost 60 years, shuttered its doors on Monday, Sept. 24, but not without going out with a chorus of laughter and... More >>

  • San Francisco Voted America's Best City 2012
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    San Francisco Voted America's Best City 2012

    published Sep 26, 2012

    Businessweek released its annual "Best Places to Live" rankings today, and San Francisco took the top spot. Businessweek evaluated 100 of the largest cities in the U.S. and based its rankings on the f... More >>

  • Show Your Love for the City's Art with this Photo Contest
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    Show Your Love for the City's Art with this Photo Contest

    published Sep 26, 2012

    Calling all Instagram lovers, which judging from my Facebook feed, is everyone and their mom's dog. Show off your badass tilt and shift skills with this contest that also celebrates local artists an... More >>

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