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Free Event: ‘It’s Your Town’ Multi-City Vodka & Art Series Comes to SF

Free Event: ‘It’s Your Town’ Multi-City Vodka & Art Series Comes to SF

New Amsterdam Vodka, the Californian brand behind the “It’s Your Town” multi-city event series, is throwing a San Francisco-themed party at Mirus Gallery on Saturday, July 16th. The premise of the series is quite simple–vodka-based cocktails paired with local street art and good music. The…

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Moby Releases Memoir, Holds Unique Q&A and Book Signing at DNA Lounge

Moby Releases Memoir, Holds Unique Q&A and Book Signing at DNA Lounge

Richard Melville Hall, AKA Moby, has released an autobiography titled Porcelain, detailing his life as an emerging DJ in New York. Moby is currently on a book tour and stopped through San Francisco with a reading at the DNA Lounge last Tuesday. It’s probably a…

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New Gallery on the Block: Local Lady Curators Open ‘State’ in The Mission

New Gallery on the Block: Local Lady Curators Open ‘State’ in The Mission

In an ever-changing city, where art galleries seem to quietly close as often as friends threaten to move to Portland, it’s refreshing to see new spaces spring up. This month we welcome the new Mission project space/gallery, simply and straightforwardly called “state” to the neighborhood. The…

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100 Chefs Collaborate for New SFMOMA Restaurant, Opens Next Week

100 Chefs Collaborate for New SFMOMA Restaurant, Opens Next Week

The remodeled San Francisco Museum of Modern Art opened last month to the public with many new exhibits and three new restaurants, one of which had not yet opened. Beginning Tuesday, June 14, that restaurant, In Situ, opens on the ground floor for daytime dining…

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Photo of the Week: Oscar Nilsson

Photo of the Week: Oscar Nilsson

Photo of the Week by Oscar Nilsson (San Francisco) What catches your eye when shooting in photography? Oscar: I’m compelled by the wild/adventurous aspects in what I capture and focus a lot on trying to find those elements wherever I go. I spend quite some time outside…

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A First of Its Kind Stanley Kubrick Exhibit Coming to SF

A First of Its Kind Stanley Kubrick Exhibit Coming to SF

The first show dedicated to the life and work of legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick is coming to San Francisco starting June 30 and will be available to view at the Contemporary Jewish Museum through October 30. The exhibit will showcase a treasure trove of materials…

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Photo of the Week: Brett Anstrom

Photo of the Week: Brett Anstrom

Submit your photo by tagging @sfstation on Instagram and don’t forget to add #snapwednesday Photo of the Week by Brett Anstrom AKA Bretta (San Mateo) What would you say is the the best part about photographing these images? Brett: Photography for me seems to be an extension of my love for…

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Meet Featured Artist Aaron De La Cruz

Meet Featured Artist Aaron De La Cruz

We spoke with our site’s featured artist for this month, Aaron De La Cruz, on his technique and creative motivations while painting. De La Cruz is known for producing patterned murals at times evocative of the mosaic-like prints of  late NYC-based artist Keith Herring. De…

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Free Outdoor Movie Nights: Oakland & SF

Free Outdoor Movie Nights: Oakland & SF

Get your popcorn ready. Starting in June, both San Francisco and Oakland will be hosting a series of free, outdoor movie screenings each month throughout the summer and early fall. SF’s premiere outdoor film series, Film Night in the Park, will be showing six films…

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Drawings by Prison Inmates of CEOs in ‘Captured’ Art Show Invites Discussions on Corporate Crime

Drawings by Prison Inmates of CEOs in ‘Captured’ Art Show Invites Discussions on Corporate Crime

On Thursday, May 26th, Heron Arts Gallery will host Captured: People in Prison Drawing People Who Should Be, the first public exhibition and discussion led by the creators of Captured, a limited edition hardcover book featuring drawings done by prison inmates, depicting corporate CEOs whose…

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The Search for Lucas Museum’s Future Home Continues: Treasure Island on the Table

The Search for Lucas Museum’s Future Home Continues: Treasure Island on the Table

Filmmaker and entrepreneur George Lucas is currently in discussions with San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee about building his Lucas Museum Of Narrative Art on the west side of Treasure Island. Lucas has been attempting to build the museum for many years. His original site was…

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Photo of the Week: Adrian Bogatsky

Photo of the Week: Adrian Bogatsky

Photo of the Week by Adrian Bogatsky aka Adrian Sky (San Francisco) Nice to meet you Adrian! What became a motivation for you in pursuing photography? Adrian: Hey hows it going! I’m a local native born and raised in the Outer Sunset. Growing up I was…

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