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Address of the beast

Nightlife: Stealth clubbing, Claude Young, Greg Wilson, Public Access. Plus: Juanita More's chicken!

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SUPER EGO Is San Francisco experiencing a douche drain? Suddenly a heck of a lot of, er, "upscale" clubs are mediating their bottle service images with creative, musically forward parties. I can't think they've run out of Appletini orderers, or that the real nightlife money is in importing obscure Crosstown Rebels label DJs — although maybe all the bachelorettes really have fled to Castro gay bars and the stiff-collar dudes are glued to their Girls Around Me app? I'm loving finally feeling comfortable (and digging the quality sound systems) at some of these shiny joints. Read more »

Items

Nightlife: Jeff Mills, The Tubesteak Connection, Rock It Science Laboratories, more

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marke@sfbg.com

SUPER EGO So many things I want to write about this week, if only my delicate, exquisite hands could stop doing these fluttery bird-like motions in front of my gorgeous face. Girls, I've got a serious case of the Vogues, which along with Perma-Nod, Fist Pump, "Woo!"-itis, Twirlfoot, Strobe-eye, and Record Bag Shoulder will soon flood hospital wards and special care facilities nationwide with my rapidly aging (mid-20s) club generation.Read more »

Whose house?

What does it mean that house has largely danced over the Bay Bridge? Plus: Brownout, 2562, and Twilight Circus Dub Sound System

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Sis hop

Nightlife: Sisterz of the Underground return, Forward SF celebrates a decade, Lexington Club's queer quinceneara, more

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marke@sfbg.com

SUPER EGO Like many of the great, oldish-school Bay Area hip-hop party collectives, the Sisterz of the Underground core crew has skedaddled — founder Sarah Smalls to LA, creative director Traci P. and organizer Crykit to Las Vegas — following their fortunes to other, perhaps fresher climes. But just like those spectacular b-girl (and -boy) cypher dance circles that have been popping up on finer San Francisco floors of late, the Sisterz are returning, hopefully bringing more of that fly feeling back with them.Read more »

Up north

North Beach drinking shenanigans, plus Nina Kraviz, Mike Simonetti, Ssion, Quantic, and more hot-cool nightlife

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Wear it out

Spooky couture, a Mingus tribute, and a Prefuse 73 blowout for the local wobblerati

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marke@sfbg.com

SUPER EGO "It's the post-Apocalyptic story of a cultlike group of women who are completely crazy and believe that by sacrificing 'Paulina' they can bring some order to the chaos in their lives," super-stylish designer (and renowned club sweetheart) Dexter L. Flawk tells me of his debut collection. "In reality, it's a Pan's Labyrinth version of my last relationship."Read more »

Knock three times

Who's there? XXXY, Eats Everything, Beautiful Swimmers, DJ Lengua, Murk,  more

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marke@sfbg.com

SUPER EGO Hey ya'll, here are some primo parties I'm digging this week (and I just added some more great shindigs here) -- remember to tap-tap-tap on the second stall door to the left and say, "Hi!" Just a wee reminder: for a lot more insanity, hit up www.sfbg.com/nightlife2012 where you'll find a huge list of my favorite weekly and monthly parties. Hi!Read more »

Club action!

Salsa, rocksteady, gay goth, electro-cumbia, hypercrunk, bhangra, zouk... the 62 parties you should be going to right now

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Krushin' on

Party time with DJ Krush, Red Baraat, Black Rock Roller Disco benefit, Forest Green, and more

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SUPER EGO I've only a wee bit of space this week before I rush off back into the Mardi Gras of my mind, but I've got to three times diagonal-snap for local fashion designer Jeanette Au (jeanetteau.carbonmade.com) who tore it up for SF on the NY Fashion Week runways last week with her debut collection of 3-D knit fantasias. Ruling!

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Fire in the hole

Four new bars to get you hot 'n watered. Plus: "V", Rebolledo, Ewan Pearson, Brazil Carnaval Ball, Lil Miss Hot Mess, Ellen Ferrato, and Poolside parties

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SUPER EGO They call her cinnamon shot/ because she's quick and hot/ and when she's really on?/ She's a sake booomb! I recently affirmed — tipsier than the Costa Concordia and twice as cruisy — that one of my all-time favorite bars is that Sapphic Mission watering hole, the Lexington Club (3464 19th St., SF. Read more »