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Another Alien Invasion
By Mel Valentin (Mar 10, 2011)
A platoon of U.S. soldiers face nearly insurmountable odds as they face invading aliens in Battle: Los AngelesMore
Arts
Art for the Information Age
By Ann Taylor (Mar 7, 2011)
Hiding in Plain Sight is essentially a mass of ever-changing images that provides a perpetual alibi for every moment of Hasan Elahi’s life since 2003 More
Restaurants
Celebrate With Irish Classics
By Shyla Batliwalla (Mar 6, 2011)
Whether you're planning to spend St. Patrick's Day chowing down on corned beef and cabbage or sipping on Jameson, we've got you covered. More
Movies
Surf, Sea Life, and More
By Martin Malloy (Mar 6, 2011)
On March 9th to 13th, the San Francisco Ocean Film Festival will celebrate its eighth year with another gathering of film and ocean lovers. More
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Beauty and the Beast for Tweens
By Mel Valentin (Mar 3, 2011)
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars.

An adaptation of Alex Finn’s 2007 novel set in modern-day New York City, Beastly is nothing more than “Beauty and the Beast” for the Twilight generation. More
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Animated Spaghetti Western
By Mel Valentin (Mar 3, 2011)
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.

Rango, is never less than charming and nothing less than brilliant. It's the first strong candidate for next year’s Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. More
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Part of the Plan
By Martin Malloy (Mar 3, 2011)
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars.

It’s not that The Adjustment Bureau is a let down, it’s just that it leaves you with more questions than answers. More
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Brazilian Culture in the Mission
By Michelle Sieling (Mar 3, 2011)
If not for the colorful mural of capoeiristas painted by Brazilian graffiti artists Os Gêmeos, you might miss the entrance of Abadá-Capoeira San Francisco. More
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Not Just for Tourists
By Keith Mizuguchi (Feb 28, 2011)
San Francisco’s Chinatown remains one of the most popular spots for both locals and tourists to congregate on any given day. More
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Vibrant, Abstract Photograms
By Diana Salier (Feb 27, 2011)
Greg Kaplowitz, a featured artist with SF Station’s local artist program, started with more traditional forms of photography before moving to abstract expressionism and photograms. More
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