Are We Cheating?

Like any novel, or essay, or poem, San Francisco author Anne Germanacos' new book, Tribute, comes at you one line at a time. Part…

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Sex Files

There are those who love their fellow man and those who observe them, anatomizing and cataloguing their multifarious qualities. Erstwhile English professor turned pornographic…

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Lady Dinos Need Love, Too

When Tim and Lex Murphy are stuck in a kitchen with two terrifying T. rexes in the cult classic Jurassic Park, there must have…

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Zest for Life

The idea for the newest art show at SOMA's Alter Space came during a walk through the neighborhood. “I came across the signage 'Everyday…

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Eye Listen

Unless you have never listened to music on a computer, you've fallen victim to the hypnotizing sound wave screensaver. Some genius programmer thought to…

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Carnaval 101

Although the Carnaval festival itself doesn't kick off until the weekend, those interested in starting the party early can unite with like-minded revelers at…

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Walk The Walk

Alexandra Naughton started publishing Be About It as a zine back in September of 2010. Published roughly twice a year, Be About It has…

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Duncan Devotees

Isadora Duncan was one of the great San Franciscans: born in 1877, she was a girl who fell from riches to rags who became…

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Reclaimed Aesthetics

Climbing mountains of refuse at the local dump, our miniature explorer is exhilarated by danger or treasure at every turn, seeking history in the…

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Spring Farewell

Alonzo King LINES Ballet, known for intricate choreography executed by elegant dancers of supernaturally elongated proportions, presents its “Spring Season.” The company debuts an…

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