Public art project positively depicts Occupy protesters

Twentyfourth Street was barren.  Two 25-foot photographs pasted on the side of the New Parkway Theater in Oakland were torn asunder.  Their faces incomplete, half-formed, had been disfigured by the rain, the tattered remnants swung idly to and fro, like paper pendulums signaling the apocalyptic end of an uproarious revolutionary
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This Week in Arts

Film The week of March 5 offers a surfeit of great repertory picks for San Francisco cinephiles. On March 7, The Castro Theatre screens Woody Allen’s hilarious and nostalgic “Manhattan” in its proper 35mm format. On March 9, The Castro screens two ’90s gems, “Reality Bites” and “My Own Private
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Space Jams: Hip-hip duo Chiddy Bang release unconventional debut album

You’ve heard it all before. Gangsta, old-school, new-school, indie, alternative and even ambient forms of hip-hop have all passed through your ears at some point in time or another. Well, how about future-space rap? This is exactly the genre under which Chiddy Bang classify their debut studio album Breakfast. After
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TV Land: Shoutout to all the Ladies

Ah, the ladies. I know a thing or two about them. Mainly because I am one of them. I think. I did find a hair growing on my chin that may be the first indication of a beard. But, nevertheless, I’m fairly certain I retain all the requisite parts: fallopian
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