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Photos: The Floating City at D-Structure

Photos: The Floating City at D-Structure

Lower Haight art and clothing staple D-Structure hosted a night of local art with a limited-edition T-shirt for The Floating City, a group show featuring local artists who have participated with SF Station’s featured artist program.

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Movies Opening This Week: Jul 5th – Jul 11th

Movies Opening This Week:  Jul 5th – Jul 11th

This week the biggest new release will probably be White House Down, but there’s so much more this week at the movies. Movies Opening This Week: Jul 5th – Jul 11th Andre Gregory Augustine A Band Called Death A Call to Action: The Films of…

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Review: A Bummer Summer in ‘The Way, Way Back”

Review: A Bummer Summer in ‘The Way, Way Back”

Coming-of-age films are as old as the medium itself and have become almost synonymous with Sundance in recent years. So, it should be no shock that The Way, Way Back was not only a hit at the festival but also sold for a record amount…

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Review: Tonto Tanks in ‘The Lone Ranger’

Review: Tonto Tanks in ‘The Lone Ranger’

What may have worked for Gore Verbinski and Johnny Depp in The Pirates of The Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl does not translate into The Lone Ranger. Many were dubious a film based off a theme park ride could not only become a…

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Movie Review: The Heat

Movie Review: The Heat

Despite a promising cast, premise and direction from Paul Feig, The Heat just isn’t that hot.

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Movie Review: White House Down

Movie Review: White House Down

Roland Emmerich keeps the dream of the ‘90s blockbuster alive in this no-fluff action flick.

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Landmark’s Embarcadero Center Cinema Temporarily Closing For Renovations

Landmark’s Embarcadero Center Cinema Temporarily Closing For Renovations

Landmark Theatres’ Embacadero Center Cinemas will be temporarily closed beginning June 28 to undergo massive renovations.

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Walt Disney Family Museum Celebrates 50 Years of Tiki Room

Walt Disney Family Museum Celebrates 50 Years of Tiki Room

For a half-century now, a collection of fine, feathered friends have greeted and entertained visitors at Disneyland’s Enchanted Tiki Room

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Movie Review: A Hijacking

Movie Review: A Hijacking

This Danish film about the pirating of a cargo ship is subdued yet nerve racking.

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Movie Review: War World Z

Movie Review: War World Z

Brad Pitt’s zombie flick is a successful mixture of delight and fright, despite some flaws.

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Movie Review: Man of Steel

Movie Review: Man of Steel

Those hoping for an epic Superman flick finally get their wish, but its many flaws can’t save the caped hero.

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Movie Review: This Is The End

Movie Review: This Is The End

Seth Rogen and company craft a filthy, funny yet finely put together film about how they would handle the Apocalypse.

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