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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Paper Trails: Honor Killings, A Dead Sex Offender, and Hannah Montana

Posted By on Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 11:59 AM

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In the paper this week...

Paul Rubin writes about a Muslim father's "honor killing" of his 20-year-old

Americanized daughter in Arizona.

Matt Smith uses Healthy San Francisco as a crystal ball to portend what national health care reform might bring: longer lines in the waiting room.

Peter Jamison reveals the cozy relationship between San Francisco's Rec and Park Chief and a nonprofit city contractor.


Lauren Smiley examines whether Jessica's

Law is killing sex offenders by making them homeless in San

Francisco.

Night and Day's Hiya Swanhuyser previews Shakepeare's Othello set in a military tribunal premiering this weekend at the

Buriel Clay Theatre.

Theater critic Chris Jensen is befuddled by the Son of God moonwalking to Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" in "...and

Jesus Moonwalks the Mississippi" showing at Exit on Taylor. 

Film critic Melissa Anderson rips Hannah Montana a new one in her

critique of The

Last Song.

Bouncer checks out The

Tempest and snuffs the smoker-haters.

Savage Love counsels

an escourt who wants to get right with her man, a hostess left with

bloody sheets after pals had period-sex at her house, and an insecure,

gay, uncircumcised virgin. In that order.

Enjoy! 

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