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Orpheum Theatre Musical
By Diana Salier (Jul 5, 2011)
The cast of Billy Elliot: The Musical kicked off a three-month run at the Orpheum Theatre, with local 15-year-old J.P. Viernes taking on the eponymous role. More
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Summertime Arts
By Kristian Richards (Jun 28, 2011)
With summer just getting under way, there is plenty of time to catch all the fun San Francisco has to offer, including a vibrant arts scene. More
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There's an App for That
By Kristian Richards (Jun 10, 2011)
The Future/Canvas iPad art show meshes the world of technology and art without overstepping boundaries. More
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Summertime Blue
By Diana Salier (Jun 1, 2011)
The thrill of watching three dudes covered in blue body paint bang on pipes and drums and hurl a human paintbrush at a blank canvas is something you just can't allow yourself to miss. More
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Progressive Thought to Sci-Fi
By Kristian Richards (May 26, 2011)
The Black Futurists exhibition seeks to honor the icons and ideas that built a groundbreaking interpretation of a hybridization of cultural fixtures. More
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Matisse, Picasso and Parisian Avant-Garde
By Kristian Richards (May 22, 2011)
The Museum of Modern Art brings together a staggering art collection of a family known for its eccentric and incredibly bohemian lifestyle. More
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A Thought-Provoking Production
By Diana Salier (May 10, 2011)
Aside from the well-crafted sense of atmosphere, the intricacy of the characters’ relationships is what drives SF Playhouse's thought-provoking ReborningMore
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Spring Arts in Bloom
By Diana Salier (May 3, 2011)
From an epic five-hour theater production on the waterfront to a new weekend contemporary arts fair on the edge of the Tenderloin, the arts are blooming this May. More
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A Red Carpet Event
By Martin Malloy (Apr 17, 2011)
From April 21st through May 5th, the San Francisco International Film Festival will celebrate its 54th year, presenting the world's most exciting and innovative films. More
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Quidam Doesn't Disappoint
By Diana Salier (Apr 8, 2011)
Everything you’ve heard about Cirque du Soleil is Quidam, at the Cow Palace through April 17th, is a mind-bending experience. More
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