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    Most San Franciscans would recognize the phrase "Baghdad by the Bay" as one of the city's many nicknames. What they might not know, especially in today's war-torn political climate, is why...
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    There is something refreshing about a show that doesn't try to be anything it's not. Take The Big Gay Comedy Show, for example. It has no grand artistic theme or long, drawn out premise.;...
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    For the partnered, it's a question that pops up all the time: "How did you first meet?" Jill Bourque has been asking that question for years, and she's heard some real doozies. There was...
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    In their paperback form sold on Amazon.com, the seven books that make up the Harry Potter series have a cumulative 4,193 pages. A page chosen at random from Harry Potter and the Deathly...
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    The art of tap dance plays with time, and the making and breaking of silence with the harsh clack of a tap shoe — a percussive instrument that becomes an extension of the human body....
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    If youÕre prone to poor choices, maybe youÕre thinking too quickly. Nobel prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman presents a seminar on his recent book, Thinking, Fast and...
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    Nothing says you've made it like a spoof, and so it is with the literary smash 50 Shades of Grey. First there was 50 Sheds of Grey (a gardener is forcefully pleasured by his novel-reading...
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    Most of us rarely venture out of cellphone range. Our idea of a nature walk is Golden Gate Park, and our idea of a far-flung adventure is New York City. We wouldn't last a minute in the...
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    Before there was the love letter, there was dance. Courtship, mating rituals, and dance have gone together for as long as they’ve existed. But few dances can personify this history...
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    If you haven’t been living under a rock the last couple of weeks, then you have likely heard that the musical American Idiot, based on Green Day’s album by the same name, is back...
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    The fulcrum of Mal Sharpe’s charming documentary The Old Spaghetti Factory is a mural created by Kaffe Fassett in 1963. It depicts the regulars who turned that North Beach hangout into...
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    We know couples who've been together 10 years but can still recite the high points of their relationship -- she proposed on the Jumbotron at the ballpark, or maybe he rented a white horse...
  • The Exhibitionist: Over the Weekend
    In 2001's Wet Hot American Summer -- a raucous send-up of 1980s summer-camp movies -- the counselors vow to meet up 10 years later in 1991, when they'll all be in their late 20s, to see how...
  • Dining: Reviewed
    To get to Leatherneck Steakhouse, which the Marines' Memorial Club barely advertises on its sign, you pass through a lobby decorated with glass cases of military uniforms, pack into one of...
  • SFoodie: 'Eat'
    Luckily, I called Leatherneck Steakhouse -- the restaurant on the 12th floor of the Marines Memorial Club & Hotel, and the subject of this week's full-length restaurant review in print...
  • The Exhibitionist: Comedy
    Rob Corddry's Adult Swim series Childrens Hospital (no apostrophe; watch the show and you'll get it) is a furiously fast, gag-a-second mockery of one of television's old standbys: the...
  • The Exhibitionist: LGBT
    Sandra Bernhard is your pride headliner this year, and just in case her check bounces... she'll be working her satire Thursday through Sunday in San Francisco. We talked to Bernhard about...
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