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2010 Stories by Tara Jepsen

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  • The Self-Made Man

    published December 29, 2010

    Tonight Amos Mac and Rocco Kayiatos, your local purveyors of fine female-to-male transsexual culture, unleash the fifth issue of their FTM... More >>

  • Sugar Sugar

    published December 22, 2010

    One of our great public art forms is fashion, and San Francisco is eye candy no matter where you turn your face. Tonight’s featured man of... More >>

  • We Knew She Couldn't Stay Away Forever

    published December 15, 2010

    We had her and we lost her. Hilarious dirty shorty Ali Wong was a Bay Area gal for some time (which is to say, her whole life up until last... More >>

  • Wearing Nothing But a Book

    published December 8, 2010

    The world’s love affair with boobs probably excludes a few gay guys and some women totin’ around the bazooms themselves. Besides them,... More >>

  • Don't Stop Believerin'

    published December 1, 2010

    The reliable and distinct pleasures of winter: moody weather, an air-tight justification for anti-consumerist rants, and daily dissolving your... More >>

  • From F to K

    published November 10, 2010

    Behold the Encyclopedia Project, for it is not the Internet. The Internet, so lovable for its ready mis/information, nudie pix, and social... More >>

  • Say My Name, Say My Name

    published November 10, 2010

    Many people were introduced to Creativity Explored when resident artist Michael Bernard Loggins tumbled into the limelight in 2003 with his... More >>

  • Throw Your Own Shade

    published November 3, 2010

    Our fair city supports a vast range of trees, from the ubiquitous Ligustrum and Podocarpus (which predate most of us here) to new(ish)comers such... More >>

  • So Bad He’s Still Good – 30 Years On

    published October 27, 2010

    Seminal comedic weirdo Andy Kaufman (famous in his own right, then famously represented in all his famousness by Jim Carrey in Man on the... More >>

  • Customized Culture

    published October 27, 2010

    Round out your holiday of sugar skulls and skeleton costumes (and remembering your dearly departed) with music, fashion, cars — and a dose of... More >>

  • Turn Your Toys into Misfits

    published October 13, 2010

    Who hasn’t looked at their toy chest and shouted, “I expected more from you! More expression, more versatility, more complexity!” A... More >>

  • A Passage to India

    published October 13, 2010

    The sitar is such a beautiful and unusual instrument to the Western ear, and how better to become further acquainted than by listening to a... More >>

  • Make Me One with Everything

    published October 6, 2010

    The Buddhist notion of “ten thousand things” refers to the simultaneous connection and independence of everything in this little hut we... More >>

  • She's Not Laughing with You ...

    published September 29, 2010

    Versatile jokester Kristen Schaal might be best recognized for her roles as wide-eyed stalker Mel on Flight of the Conchords and the senior... More >>

  • The Woman Behind the Man Behind the Woman

    published September 29, 2010

    San Francisco: port city, land of reinvention. Lots of gay people, lots of drag queens, plenty of hot outfits. If a woman is imitating a man... More >>

  • Forty? That's Hella Old

    published September 22, 2010

    “Galería 4.0, a Retrospective celebrates the significant impact our querido Latino art gallery has had in putting... More >>

  • To Infinity and Beyond

    published September 15, 2010

    You’ve planted a garden, sewn yourself overalls, converted your car to biodiesel, and started a zine to disperse vital subcultural... More >>

  • Taking a Cruise

    published September 1, 2010

    As the visual terrain continues to shift in the Mission District, one thing remains consistent: the neighborhood’s varied and vibrant... More >>

  • Catch Me I’m Falling

    published August 18, 2010

    Describing the work of Samuael Topiary is a little in the vein of The Sound of Music’s “How Do You Solve a Problem Like... More >>

  • Notaro Public

    published August 18, 2010

    Taking the time to register a protest with Vanity Fair over its 2007 "Why Women Aren't Funny" article is about as worthwhile as ringing up... More >>

  • Thursday's Pick: 'What Cannot Be Taken Away'

    published Aug 12, 2010

    ‚Äč"What Cannot Be Taken Away"SomArts Cultural CenterOpening reception 6:30 p.m., free With the seemingly perpetual California budget crisis ringing in everyone's weary ears, we've heard lots about th... More >>

  • A Big Cat

    published August 11, 2010

    When Bobcat Goldthwait first appeared in popular TV shows and films in the 1980s, his spastic fidgeting and wavering, squeaky-horn voice... More >>

  • Art From the Outside In

    published August 11, 2010

    With the seemingly perpetual California budget crisis ringing in everyone’s weary ears, we’ve heard lots about the disproportionate... More >>

  • So Hard

    published August 4, 2010

    The meteoric rise of yet another soul party in San Francisco signifies that 1), we have not yet been sated, and 2) , this must be one... More >>

  • You Can't Handle the Truth

    published August 4, 2010

    Unless you are a sexual senior or you’ve watched Cocoon a billion times, you may not be well-informed about the erotic lives of the... More >>

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