Space Age Survival

The era of machine domination has already begun its tenure: Our powers of navigation, communication, recollection, and sensation are all mediated by devices that…

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Bacchanalia

Andrew Paul Nelson, founder of Name Drop Swamp Records and former member of the band Fox & Woman, has organized a free, daylong music…

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A novel with Potential

“The sexual revolution is finally over, and Ariel Schrag has won.” Or so says Alison Bechdel about Schrag's scathingly funny new novel, Adam. Schrag…

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One Love, Two Lawyers

A year after the U.S. Supreme Court made LGBT history by overturning Proposition 8, California's same-sex marriage ban, Books Inc. and the San Francisco…

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Printed Populace

Tiny Splendor is the anti-snob resource for artists. The local print collective believes art should be accessible to all, so it offers free artwork…

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Against Eight

An organization called NerdWallet recently issued a report on the nation's most LGBT-friendly cities, in which San Francisco shockingly did not land the top…

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Orbital movement

The 36th annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival is in full swing, with over 300 musicians and dancers bringing traditions from every corner of…

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Tell me!

Last year, SF Weekly ran a cover story called “Cuéntamelo: An Oral History of Queer Latin Immigrants in San Francisco” by Juliana Delgado Lopera….

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Secret Statues

Below the surface of the Caribbean, just off the shores of Isla Mujeres in Mexico, there is a throng of 400 statues — nuns,…

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Lost Language, Lost love

Originally a short novel written in 1927 by poet and anthropologist Jaime de Angulo, The Lariat offers the hallucinatory story of a Spanish friar…

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