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White people like blogging

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By Ailene Sankur

A friend sent me the blog “Stuff White People Like,” and it’s probably the funniest thing on the Internet right now. White people are ridiculous! Read more »

A big wheelin' Easter Sunday

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While some of you were eating brunch with your families, most of you were in Dolores Park for the Sisters' annual Easter festivities, I was at home catching up on some Zzzs, and a bunch of cars were parked outside churches, about 500 hilarious blasphemers were riding Big Wheels down Potrero Hill's windiest street. Read more »

Improv Everywhere: The Musical

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Now this is a mission after my own heart...

Members of the New York-based performance group Improv Everywhere planned a "spontaneous" musical-style song-and-dance number to be held in a food court in a Los Angeles mall. Read more »

Peek-A-Pooh!

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By Ailene Sankur

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Just in time for Easter…

I used to hate Pooh, Tigger, Roo, Eeyore and the rest of the Hundred Acre wood crew. Well, I don’t necessarily hate those characters. It’s more like those bumper stickers that say, “God, Save Me From Your Followers.” I hate the people who love Pooh: basically, people with severe arrested development issues, the kind of people who also like stuff from Disney. Read more »

Everlasting fantastical: Mike Davis's twisted dreamworlds

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By Vanessa Carr

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"Egg"

If you've ever seen the strange monsters and fantasies of the bizarre 16th Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch and thought, "Man! Read more »

Lit: Is Cox a dick?

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By Jason Shamai

In conjunction with my review of his new graphic novel and Repo Man sequel Waldo's Hawaiian Holiday (Gestalt Publishing, 164 pages, $19.95) in this week's Guardian, I set down a few questions for writer/director Alex Cox to answer via email.

Clearly he doesn't find me as clever, or as informed, as I do. Read more »

South By Culture: P.S.

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Culture editor Molly Freedenberg hits SXSW for the first time to explore the festival's extracurricular aspects. For Music Editor Kimberly Chun's take on SXSW's tunes, click here.

I made it onto my new friend Rachel's blog at KCRW! Read more »

South By Culture: Highlights

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Culture editor Molly Freedenberg hits SXSW for the first time to explore the festival's extracurricular aspects. For Music Editor Kimberly Chun's take on SXSW's tunes, click here.

Some of my favorite non-musical moments at SXSW:

The “Yard Sale”

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Ironic and slightly racist Texas T-shirt? Read more »

South By Culture: Home again … and advice for next year

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Culture editor Molly Freedenberg hits SXSW for the first time to explore the festival's extracurricular aspects. For Music Editor Kimberly Chun's take on SXSW's tunes, click here.

I’m finally back from South by Southwest. And by “back” I don’t only mean “in San Francisco.” The latter happened early Sunday morning. But I only recovered, brushed my teeth, got out of bed, and unpacked last night. Yes, it was that much fun, and that exhausting. Read more »

Black Lizard -- and Blind Beasts and Malformed Men!

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By Matt Sussman

In honor of the inauguration of the new screening series The Revival House, I recently sang the lavender praises of Kinji Fukasaku’s Black Lizard (1968). But when space is limited, you sometimes can’t cram in every tidbit of trivial erratum. That’s what blogs are for, right? Read more »