When Demi Moore took her kit off for the cover of Vanity Fair in 1991, it caused a storm of controversy. A -- gasp! -- naked, pregnant woman, looking -- double gasp! -- sexy! People freaked out. It was kind of cool, but the problem was that it opened the floodgates. And now, more than a decade ... More >>
Hanna QuevedoThis Saturday marks the 13th annual Black X-Mass with Karla LaVey at the Elbo Room.Can't stand another minute of the eye-drooping boredom of this whole holiday family time thing? Or are you stuck in town due to circumstances beyond your control? Either way, to fix the problem, here's ... More >>
By this point you're probably exhausted from all those hours of ripping shiny wrapping paper off lackluster presents and regaling relatives with stories of your wacky life in the big city. And like us, you're probably hurting for cash a bit in this last week of the month after spending all your hard ... More >>
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*with underground filmmaker Kenneth Anger, cult leader Charles Manson, Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey, and the Straight Satans motorcycle gang in suppo
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Astrology songs, pungent death metal, Philippine culture, and a Presidential roast
Amazonian space babes, satanic holiday celebrants, and an extremely Elvis Xmas
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Joe's of Westlake
A movie historian resurrects a long-dead experimental filmmaker, and a long-departed era of San Francisco
For over 10 years, Mandible Chatter has explored the outskirts of experimental music
"The First Lady of Televangelism" brings her odd, endearing act to the stage and owns the Castro Theater
How one man helped get the Church of Satan off the ground
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