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2009 Stories by Michael Leaverton

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  • Street Art

    published December 30, 2009

    Jonathan Burstein’s portraits are exactly the sort of thing we like to see from the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster Series: Stuff that... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for December 30, 2009-January 5, 2010

    published December 30, 2009

    To submit a listing, e-mail film@sfweekly.com. Castro Theatre. Nine:... More >>

  • Brought to You by the Number Six

    published December 30, 2009

    It takes not only literary prowess but also a fine-tuned ability to count to write a proper six-word memoir. Lacking in the former (“I walked... More >>

  • Desert Lights

    published December 30, 2009

    A lot of the art at Burning Man is cool. The problem is where the art is located: Burning Man. (For those who think the problem isn’t a... More >>

  • Office Star

    published December 23, 2009

    When is the warehouse crew on The Office going to be developed? When will Darryl be promoted and take a desk next to Andy, or get caught... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for December 23-29, 2009

    published December 23, 2009

    To submit a listing, e-mail film@sfweekly.com. Castro Theatre. "Hitch for the... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for December 16-22, 2009

    published December 16, 2009

    To submit a listing, e-mail film@sfweekly.com. Artists' Television Access.... More >>

  • What’s Cooking

    published December 16, 2009

    In the animated short Western Spaghetti, a cook slices up a Rubik’s Cube to season a sauce of pin cushions and aluminum foil,... More >>

  • The Goths Who Stole Christmas

    published December 16, 2009

    It’s late, you’re tired, your perspective is shot, you’re thinking Tim Allen was on to something with The Santa Clause... More >>

  • A Grave Situation

    published December 16, 2009

    Christmas is a time for holiday specials: I Walked with a Zombie, Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Zombie,... More >>

  • Business as Usual

    published December 16, 2009

    The new Contemporary Jewish Museum opened last year, and it’s already become a Christmas Day tradition. Offering free admission to a warm,... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for December 9-15, 2009

    published December 9, 2009

    To submit a listing, e-mail film@sfweekly.com. Artists' Television Access. "Video... More >>

  • All Grown Up

    published December 9, 2009

    Not everyone can grow a mustache in four weeks. Some people can grow only a gentle patch of downy meadow grass or a few sprouted outposts lashed... More >>

  • Blessed Be the Sing-Along

    published December 9, 2009

    With most holiday sing-alongs, you simply show up, get over yourself, and open up whatever pipes you got, ideally greased by seasonal vodka-nog.... More >>

  • The Boombox Experiments

    published December 9, 2009

    The child in you wants to go caroling. Everything around it, all that battle-weary flesh and additive-laced blood, requires something more ironic... More >>

  • List: Checkout time

    published December 2, 2009

    Hotel workers are picketing all over Union Square, staging multiday strikes and disrupting the delicate spirit of holiday commerce like so many... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for December 2-8, 2009

    published December 2, 2009

    To submit a listing, e-mail film@sfweekly.com. 4 Star. Thrillville:... More >>

  • Another Round

    published December 2, 2009

    We all have a mental image of a bartender of yore — dapper, professional, quick to make it a double, able to relay a message from Jay Gatsby... More >>

  • The Crowd Goes Nuts for Medium Rare

    published December 2, 2009

    The Bocuse d’Or is considered the Olympics of food, and for such a laurel, teams train by setting fire to money. The American entrant Timothy... More >>

  • Hilton Gets Booked

    published December 2, 2009

    In honor of Perez Hilton publishing a book, we finally went to his site. Sweet Jesus! All that pink! NSFW! If we understand it correctly,... More >>

  • The Indie Verdict

    published December 2, 2009

    If any junk turns up at today’s craft fair, don’t blame the artists — what you consider crap might very well be, to a middle-aged... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for November 25-December 1, 2009

    published November 25, 2009

    To submit a listing, e-mail film@sfweekly.com. Artists' Television Access. "The... More >>

  • Bang Your Head

    published November 25, 2009

    In body music, barriers to entry don’t exist. You got a body? Done. Technique is wide open; clapping works, so does playing drums to... More >>

  • Oh You Pretty Things

    published November 25, 2009

    Old people who think young people are incurable lazybones who have so much time on their hands they can't do anything, not even fully wake up, are... More >>

  • Don’t Be Chicken

    published November 25, 2009

    With Ad Hoc at Home, it seemed that the Yountville champion of don’t-try-this-at-home cooking, Thomas Keller, was going soft on... More >>

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