Fiiiiiigaro!

The Marriage of Figaro is Mozart’s most beloved opera, surpassing even Don Giovanni on the popularity charts these days: By the middle of March,…

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Modern Love

Auto mechanics: Ever wonder what happens to English majors? Those people who “statistically” get better jobs than yours? You can find out at the…

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They Don't Just Rhyme with Witch

Are you a Wiccan hippie goddess-worshipper? Do you have purple bumper stickers on your mode of transportation? If yes, go directly to the 29th…

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Resistance Is Fertile

They came carrying signs and babies. Eighty-year-olds in sweat suits and 28-year-olds in business suits, staging die-ins and blowing tubas and, sometimes, weeping. On…

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Ghost Stories

Ever since San Francisco decided its seven square miles were too good for dead people and moved all cemeteries out to Colma, “cemetery city”…

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Skin-Flick Head Trip

No San Francisco summer can draw to a proper close without a celebration of experimental art about sexuality. Enter the DVD release of Other…

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LSEDI: Let Someone Else Do It

Making and enjoying craft stuff is, in most of this great country, a conservative, safe, grandma-and-the-kids-type activity. Behold the Jo-Ann craft megastores dotting the…

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They Stand Alone

For seven years in the 1990s, the Solo Mio Festival presented work by the best theatrical performers from the Bay Area and beyond. The…

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