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  • Apr 29 - May 5, 2010
  • Vol. 17, No. 29

News & Comment

  • Eureka!
  • Eureka!

    It's not as giant as they had originally thought, but at least scientists can say that Giant Palouse Earthworms really exist
  • Happy Bing Day!
  • Happy Bing Day!

    Last week was the 100th anniversary of the death of Mark Twain, who most agree is America%uFFFDs greatest writer. I lived in Missouri, and there were reminders of his legacy everywhere.

Culture & Food

Music & Film

  • Metalocalypse
  • Metalocalypse

    From fantastical ice battles to 1970s guitar wankery, this is a show you should not miss
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  • MotoGP 09/10
  • MotoGP 09/10

    Speedy and sleek, MotoGP 09/10 wins the racing game race by a detailed stretch.
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  • Gigantic
  • Gigantic

    A deeply quirky indie romance. And not just for the usual reasons.
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  • International Incident
  • International Incident

    Five years ago, France gave SFCC a film festival. Kind of. It’s been hard work to keep it going.
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  • An Opaque Flutter
  • An Opaque Flutter

    The Yellow Handkerchief tells an old story, and this version reveals even less than usual.
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  • Party Down
  • Party Down

    Party Down plays like a wry middle-finger rebuke to Entourage.
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