Like many of San Francisco's best acts, Maus Haus is tough to pin down stylistically. The group's idiosyncratic lyrics are matched with orchestral electronic arrangements reminiscent of Krautrock, Bollywood soundtracks, and Brian Eno's best work. The group's upcoming release, Sea-Sides, like its ... More >>
A Christmas Memory @ Project Artaud Theater "Which one of you is a drinking man?" is the best line in Truman Capote's A Christmas Memory. As presented by the Word for Word theater company, Capote's short story concerns a 7-year-old boy and his best friend, Sook, graying and "childlike." Critics ... More >>
We got your bike lane, right hereJust the other day SF Weekly noticed a virginal white bike lane, with a praetorian guard of traffic cones posted to ensure motorists wouldn't defile its still-wet paint. Well, that was then and this is now. As David Sedaris noted, ringing on people's doors on Oct. ... More >>
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