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The SF Symphony’s Film Series Returns

The SF Symphony’s Film Series Returns

Get your popcorn ready! The San Francisco Symphony’s announced the schedule for their annual Film Series with four of Hollywood’s finest films: 2001: A Space Odyssey, On the Waterfront, Indiana Jones and Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Casablanca. Film Series programming at the Davies…

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Free Days for SF Residents Announced at Cal Academy of Sciences

Free Days for SF Residents Announced at Cal Academy of Sciences

The California Academy of Sciences is inviting San Francisco residents to come visit the living museum for free on certain days during the fall, and again in the spring. Depending on the neighborhood you live in, there are certain days of the year when you…

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Local Business Spotlight: Dorset Finds in Berkeley

Local Business Spotlight: Dorset Finds in Berkeley

Justin Dorset, both a curator and collector, has lived in Vancouver, Calgary, Sydney, Melbourne, London and New York and has now chosen Berkeley’s Gilman-San Pablo neighborhood for his showroom’s location, which opened its doors earlier this summer. The new space, Dorset Finds, is full of…

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7 High-Flying Films to Get You Stoked on the Upcoming Drone Film Fest

7 High-Flying Films to Get You Stoked on the Upcoming Drone Film Fest

Aerial cinema elevates storytelling to new heights, and the Flying Robot international Film Festival (FRiFF) returns to SF for its second year to showcase drone culture and high-altitude cinematography. The festival will take place November 17, serving as an international platform for showcasing compelling short…

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The 7th Annual Super Hero Street Fair & 5 Cosplay Tips To Get You Costume-Ready

The 7th Annual Super Hero Street Fair & 5 Cosplay Tips To Get You Costume-Ready

The 7th Annual Super Hero Street Fair, from the co-producers of the How Weird Street Fair, is fast-approaching. And in a city that loves to dress up, expect to see a full range of hilarious, magnificent, and bad-ass costume varieties at this event. Please note:…

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SF Welcomes Back Its First Large-scale Comic Convention in Five Years

SF Welcomes Back Its First Large-scale Comic Convention in Five Years

San Francisco will once again be home to a large-scale comic book convention with the arrival of San Francisco Comic Con this weekend. The convention will be held at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis and will run from Friday, September 2nd, through Sunday, September 4th….

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15th Annual SF Zine Fest: DIY Culture, Independent Artists & the Alternative Press

15th Annual SF Zine Fest: DIY Culture, Independent Artists & the Alternative Press

SF Zine Fest is one of the city’s most beloved events for independent writers, artists and creators—and it’s almost here! Multiple events run by SF Zine Fest are already underway, Comics & Zine Marathon is Saturday (details below)—and the official SF Zine Fest is Sunday, September…

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A Look at Michael Christian’s Iconic Burning Man Sculpture Art

A Look at Michael Christian’s Iconic Burning Man Sculpture Art

When thinking about Burning Man, a stark desert background, interactive art, fire (of course!), bizarre costumes, and larger-than-life sculptures come to mind. And among these pieces of 3D art are some giant structures whose scale leaves you humbly looking up in awe–these are the types…

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Kurt Russell ‘Deep Cuts’ Art Show Brings the Action to Public Works

Kurt Russell ‘Deep Cuts’ Art Show Brings the Action to Public Works

This Saturday, pop art fans will be brought together for “Deep Cuts,” a Kurt Russell themed art show at Public Works. The show is presented by Time Beards who curated a line-around-the-block Miyasaki themed art show back in March. After the Miyasaki show we were wondering—who…

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Featured Artist Pacolli Talks Zines, Stickers and San Francisco

Featured Artist Pacolli Talks Zines, Stickers and San Francisco

Our latest SF Station Featured Artist is Patricia Colli, who goes by the name Pacolli, for short. It started out as a prank by a friend who thought it was funny to mash her first and last name together when introducing her at parties, but…

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San Francisco’s Super7 Releases First ‘Masters of the Universe’ Episode in 31 Years

San Francisco’s Super7 Releases First ‘Masters of the Universe’ Episode in 31 Years

Unlike Vegas’ motto, ‘whatever happens at San Diego Comic-Con gets shared all over the internet.’ True to form, following its standing-room-only premiere at SDCC, The Curse of the Three Terrors, a new Masters of the Universe animation, has been grabbing some major E-attention from the likes of…

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SF Station Partners with Never Elsewhere & Oaklandish for 20th Anniversary Design

SF Station Partners with Never Elsewhere & Oaklandish for 20th Anniversary Design

This month, SF Station collaborated on a t-shirt design to celebrate its 20th anniversary with the folks from Never Elsewhere, a clothing-inspired project brought to us by Oaklandish. There is a good chance you’ve seen the Oaklandish city logo-inspired t-shirts, hoodies, and accessories around town–and…

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