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Thursday, September 26 2002

The Long Goodbye (1973/2002)

Not just empty genre deconstruction, The Long Goodbye dares to ask some very basic questions about the hard-boiled detective hero.


Go Tigers! (2001)

Go Tigers! not only encourages the audience to cheer on its subjects, but also shows their vulnerabilities.


The Four Feathers (2002)

It's alarmingly short-sighted fiction, offering only occasional glimpses of the imperial project's fundamental viciousness and ignorance.


The Cockettes (2002)

A joyful, wild romp through the heyday of San Francisco's national cultural importance, filled with body glitter, feather boas, and important shoes.


Wednesday, September 25 2002

Saul Zonana: Guinea Pigs

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Kev Russell’s Junker: Buttermilk & Rifles

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Inner: lovetheonlyway

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Highway 9: What in Samhill?

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Billie Holiday and Lester Young: A Musical Romance

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Alaska Quarterly Review

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Street Scene 2002 with Violent Femmes, Save Ferris, Bad Religion and De La Soul

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George Clinton & The P-Funk All-Stars

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The Lilys

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Gene

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Marianne Faithfull

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Sheryl Crow

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Sheryl Crow + Michelle Branch

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The Terrible Gift: The Brave New World of Genetic Medicine by Rick J. Carlson and Gary Stimeling

Offering a rowdy soapbox monologue on a host of discoveries in genetic medicine -- including genetic technology, computerized biochemistry, and drug synthesis -- The Terrible Gift reveals not one, but two, terrible things.


Portrait of My Lover as a Horse by Selima Hill

Words revel in their incongruous, promiscuous juxtapositions, and sentences begin sensibly and end in bewildering confusions of logic . . .


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