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  • SF Weekly Letters For June 23 - 29, 2016

    One of these men is not like the other: Well, let's see. ("Ayesha Curry Was Right: Her Father Looks Nothing Like This Con Artist," Chris Roberts, The Snitch, 6/17/16). Two eyebrows, check. A nose, check. A forehead, check. OMG, it More >>
  • Arthouse Film Listings For June 23 - 29

    dreamlike, intensely poetic feature is one of the most auspicious debuts of a young Chinese director in recent memory. Set in mystical Guizhou province, the story follows country doctor Chen Sheng, a man with a chequered past. He defended a More >>
  • Royal Jelly Jive @ The Independent

    If there's one thing you should know about Royal Jelly Jive, it's that they're not a throwback act. In the San Francisco/Petaluma-based band's second album, Stand Up, jazzy, cabaret sounds blend with hints of funk, traces of rock, and smidgens More >>
  • Cleopold @ Rickshaw Stop

    Among the Australians living in Los Angeles, there is a particular blonde-haired, mustachioed Aussie who performs under the name Cleopold. And he's awesome. He's just starting out — meaning if you search his name online you won't find much — More >>
  • Jacquees @ The New Parish

    I first heard the rapper and singer Jacquees through his 2015 song "Like Baby," a bass-laced, synth-heavy track that's been seen on YouTube more than 5.5 million times to date. In the braggadocio-heavy track, the Georgian, who signed to Birdman's More >>
  • Flight of the Conchords @ The Masonic

    It's been almost seven years since the New Zealand duo Flight of the Conchords — consisting of Bret McKenzie and Jermaine Clement — announced that their smash-hit self-titled show would not return for a third season on HBO, and yet More >>
  • Cops Endorse the Death Penalty

    Police don't want to kill anybody. Cops will tell you this. Fatally shooting somebody takes the officer off the street, away from his or her usual job, and into a ream of paperwork and lengthy interviews. Simply put, it's too More >>
  • S.F. Giants Play Lowball Hardball

    AT&T Park is one of the finest places in America to watch baseball. Sportswriters even in Los Angeles can't deny it, recently voting the San Francisco Giants' home ballpark the league's finest. But according to the Giants, AT&T Park is More >>
  • S.F. Jail's Trans Inmate Problem

    Last September, former Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi announced a novel innovation for San Francisco County Jail: Incarcerated transgender women would be housed with women, rather than housed alone. While there are never more than a handful of trans people in jail More >>
  • Why Inspect When You Can Raid?

    Last Wednesday in Sonoma County, officials responded to a report of workplace safety violations with armed law enforcement officers in Kevlar and camouflage. Until that day, a major cannabis company called CBD Guild had been producing cannabis oil cartridges, cannabis More >>

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