Literary Lies

For word-lovers there can be no greater bluffing game than Balderdash. Originally a Victorian parlor game known as the Game of Dictionary, the rules…

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Tea and Sweets

The Radar Reading Series wants to give you a cookie and strain your brain. Organizer (and occasional contributor to SF Weekly’s arts and culture…

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Hot Probs

A person can start the day with any number of inquiries, from “Who is that monster in the mirror?” to “Is five cups of…

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Who Do We Want to Be?

If you asked him, Amos Mac would probably show you his scars. He’s done so in a YouTube video, a promo for the first…

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Within Spitting Distance

We are at a moment during which blaming the 1990s for extraneous holes in people’s faces and a backlog of black boots is no…

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