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Bearrifying! Paws for rap horror

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OMFG -- you knew it would happen. Girly bear rap-rock AT LAST hits the viral mainstream. And yes, it's pretty terrifying. Even more terrifying -- why is SFBG becoming a clearinghouse for bear musical releases? Read more »

Campaign debts hide donors' identities

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By Sarah Phelan

Moments after this week’s edition of the Guardian went to press, I got through to “notorious campaign attorney Jim Sutton,” as we describe him in this week’s article about campaign finance.

I’d been playing phone tag with Sutton since last week, wanting to ask him about all the accrued funds, or outstanding debts in this year’s election, and their role in hiding the identity of donators from the voting public, until after the election.

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Swap your tomes, homes

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By Justin Juul

If you’re anything like me, you have a few problems related to books, alcohol, and money. In a nutshell: you have too many shitty books, good beer is expensive, and you are broke. Well don’t freak out. Swap SF, the organization that hosts the Hyperbolic Clothing Swaps at Cellspace, is throwing a book swap (also at Cellspace) this Saturday, November 3rd. Read more »

Freedom in your genitals

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Intrepid reporter Justin Juul hits the streets each week for our Meet Your Neighbors series, interviewing the Bay Area folks you'd like to know most.

Nicole Halpern lives and works at the One Taste Urban Retreat Center, an organization/community dedicated to bringing conscious awareness to the senses. Read more »

Meet the Candidates: Michael Powers

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The Bay Guardian is profiling the candidates for the 2007 elections. We'll be updating this entry as more information comes in. Post your thoughts or comments below.

Mayoral candidate Michael Powers

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www.powersforthepeople.com

"As a candidate for Mayor it is my intent to accomplish the following tasks for my fellow residents. Read more »

Killer queens and Hallo-weiners

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Sorry, the above should say Hallo-winners, not Hallo-weiners -- but I'm hella-halla hungover, and that's why this posting is, well, late. BUT! There so much devilishly great stuff happening this Halloweekend and beyond that I'm running out of annoying puns -- a thankful first! Read more »

Burrito will eat you

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Ed Note: We know this is a little late, breaking-news-wise, but we just can't seem to get over it. Read more »

Superfriends for world peace

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Get your tights in a twist for peace with the cwaaazy kids of Sugar Valley this Saturday before the UN Anniversary and Peace Parade! Oh -- and don't forget that the event (that includes a die-in at Dolores Park) will coincide with the world's attempted biggest "Thriller" dance-a-thon! Read more »

Unipumpkorn madness

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Intrepid man-on-the-streets Justin Juul discovers the joys of dropping the Pabst and carving a damn pumpkin for once.

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The magic, the mystery of .... the unipumpkorn. Fly, Starfire, fly!

Have you ever seen those professionally carved pumpkins on TV and wondered, how the hell did they do that? Well, I figured it out. Read more »

Crazy quilt

The forecast in Clubland
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superego@sfbg.com

SUPER EGO I like weather. It's everywhere this season. But it's also all over the map: patches of drizzle here, swaths of squinty sunlight there, chilly threads of breeze, and a soft, wet batting of fog. Should someone call People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals on dog days? Are Indian summers racist? What color Converse matches my knockoff Burberry umbrella? Weather's so confusing!

Fortunately, the forecast in Clubland is much more predictable: crazy, as usual. Read more »