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Sunday, March 04, 2007

Events: Sunday, March 04, 2007
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at City Art Cooperative Gallery (Wed - Sun, 12pm- 9pm)

City Art Gallery is an artist cooperative gallery located in the fabulous Mission District. Come one, come all to see new...

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Categories: San Francisco
 415.970.9900
at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) (noon – 5 pm; Thu: noon – 8 pm; closed Mondays)

Sensacional! Mexican Street Graphics celebrates the vernacular design of the comic books, flyers, posters and signs common...

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Categories: SoMa, Cultural Museums
  
at Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) (Wed. - Sun., 11am - 5pm; Thur., 11am - 7pm; closed Mon. and Tues.)

'A Rose Has No Teeth: Bruce Nauman in the 1960s' is a major exhibition of early work by Bruce Nauman, widely acknowledged...

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 510-642-0808
at Chinese Culture Center (11am - 4pm)

Great fun for the entire family! Exhibitions, crafts, demonstrations, New Year food tastings, performances of lion dances,...

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at Fifty24SF (Tues - Fri 12-7pm; Sat - Sun 1-7pm)

FIFTY24SF Gallery is pleased to announce a new collection of illustrations and paintings accompanied by a limited edition...

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Categories: San Francisco
  
at San Francisco (SF) Ballet (2pm)

A feast for the senses, this enchanting story ballet set to one of Tchaikovsky’s most famous scores, unites fantasy, sorcery,...

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Categories: Civic Center, Ballet
  
at Walter U. Lum Place (10am - 10pm)

Daily street fair featuring food, music and traditional wares for the lunar New Year. This year is the Year of the Boar....

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 415.391.9680
at Cartoon Art Museum (11 am - 5 pm, closed on Monday)

In any given week, the New Yorker cartoon editor receives nearly 500 submissions from some of the most brilliant single-panel-gag...

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at Asian Art Museum (10 am-5 pm)

For centuries travelers to northern India told tales of a fabled city, “airy, unreal, and fantastic as a dream.” That city...

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 (415) 581-3500
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at San Francisco LGBT Community Center (11am)Every Sun

Ancient and future. Traditional and queer. Sunday mornings at MCCSF, we gather and worship following traditional style liturgy...

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 415.863.4434
at RayKo Photo Center (Tues - Thurs, noon - 10 pm; Fri - Sun, noon - 8 pm)

Tony Gleaton’s La Tercera Raíz: Africa's Legacy in Latin America features images of present-day Africans, many of whom were...

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Categories: South Beach
 415.495.3773
at Intersection for the Arts (8 pm)

$9-20/Sliding Scale, All Thursdays Nights are Pay What You Can A Place to Stand is one of the first projects of Intersection's...

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Categories: San Francisco
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  at Pacific Film Archive (PFA) (2pm)Aparajito, Satyajit Ray (India...

Pacific Film Archive of the UC Berkeley Art Museum presents a Tribute to the San Francisco International Film Festival at...

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 510.642.1412
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at Amoeba Music (2pm)

Money Mark is the alias of Mark Ramos-Nishita, a keyboardist whose funky, retro-flavored riffs earned him the unofficial...

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at Moscone Center (11am - 5pm)

It’s late winter in San Francisco, and besides rain and chilly temperatures, that can mean only one thing: WonderCon is...

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 619.491.2475
at American Conservatory Theater - Geary Theater (2 pm)

Who is Hedda Gabler? Is the beautiful bride a victim or a villain? Is she a pistol-packing "new woman," or the d...

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at Hertz Hall (3 pm)

“A fearless keyboard technician whose playing blends athletic ferocity with clear-eyed interpretive rigor,” says the San...

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 510.642.9988
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at Landmark's Embarcadero Center ((1:00 4:30) 8:00)

Director Clint Eastwood's companion piece to Flags of Our Fathers tells the story of the battle of Iwo Jima between the...

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at Conservatory of Flowers (9 am to 5 pm)

San Francisco's celebrated designer/artist, Stanlee Gatti, reflects on the interconnectedness of all living things in his...

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at de Young Museum (9:30 am - 5:15 pm)

Charles Sheeler: Across Media is the first exhibition to focus exclusively on the complex, often paradoxical, relationships...

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