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Category Archives: April 2013

Ubuntu’s Natty Narwhal

Perhaps Ubuntu should have named their 11.04 version, released in April, after something a bit less endangered. In any event, it arrived to a mixed reception to the millions of people who … Continue reading

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“Graduation Day Exhibit”

A face In this picture – Jewel-cut eyes Watch the window And smile by John Aiello February 2008 Original watercolors by Eric Ward. All rights reserved.

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Presenting Amanda Eicher & Book Reviews

This quarter, The Electric Review is pleased to feature the art work of San Francisco’s Amanda Eicher. Artist Statement I am an artist making devotional landscapes. In a world that often seems … Continue reading

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Dylan, Lennon, Cornflakes

Short-Takes: Talking Bob Dylan In France British writer Michael Gray, a world-expert on Bob Dylan and the biographer of Blind Willie McTell, recently announced that he will be opening his … Continue reading

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Affordable Luxury In the Shadow of San Francisco

THE MARINA VILLAGE INN. 1151 Pacific Marina. Alameda, California. Telephone: (510) 523-9450. When most people think waterfront hotel around the San Francisco bay they think big bucks. And usually that’s the case, … Continue reading

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General Produce

The Bin General Produce: Vegetables the Old-Fashioned Way Have you ever wondered who’s feeding produce to your restaurants and supermarkets? Have you ever wondered where this food comes from and … Continue reading

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City Lights Publisher Honored

Ginsberg & Leary: White Hand Society, Reviewed The Power of Poem Worth A Look In April 2010, Nancy J. Peters, co-owner and publisher of City Lights Booksellers and Publishers, was presented with the Fred … Continue reading

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The Walking-Away World

Editor’s Pick: Lust For Justice: The Radical Life & Law of J. Tony Serra THE GREAT BIG BEAUTIFUL TOMORROW. Cory Doctorow. PM Press. As part of their “Outspoken Authors” series, … Continue reading

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On the Other Side of the Diamond: San Francisco Giants Strike Out Against Cancer

They are the words that conjure a universal fear: you have cancer. Every year, tens of thousands of people across the globe hear these words from their doctors and their lives … Continue reading

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