Free weekend

As the semester nears its end, we’re all a little tight on funds. With midterm snack binging nearly every week and the recent Halloween costume splurges, this weekend for us at the Clog will have to be one completely free of charge. However, we can’t possibly fathom spending the entire
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Eat Your Art Out

Edible artwork ruminates on corporeal and visual consumption at Root Division in SF

“Materials are consumed in two ways,” said contemporary artist Adrienne Keahi Pao of her photography, which is based on the relationship between humanity and food. Her photographs, currently part of an exhibition titled “Edible Ephemera” at Root Division in San Francisco’s Mission District, represent only a small fraction of artwork
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Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence celebrate at Dolores Park

On Easter Weekend 1979, three men marched down Castro Street dressed in traditional nuns’ habits. The men — Ken Bunch (Sister Vicious Power Hungry Bitch), Fred Brungard (Sister Missionary Position) and Baruch Golden — wanted to call attention to sexual intolerance and social problems in the Castro District, and so
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