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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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A Detroit City Showcase Curated by Heron Arts, Inner State Gallery & Matthew Dear (Ghostly International)

A Detroit City Showcase Curated by Heron Arts, Inner State Gallery & Matthew Dear (Ghostly International)

Heron Arts’ upcoming show, The Detroiter, will introduce an eclectic selection of artists, largely with ties to Detroit (nicknamed the Motor City), against a backdrop of electronic acts curated by Matthew Dear’s label, Ghostly International, on Saturday, July 30th. The Detroiter is the second collaborative gallery-exhibit-gone-block-party…

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Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Thirty paces north of the Illinois-Marin St. crossing, I stood mesmerized by a slender-faced carnival barker with ghostly complexion. Deathly still in a red and black pinstripe suit, the pale figure stares down from beneath the brim of his topper—a hat twice the size of…

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The California Academy of Sciences’ NightLife LIVE Series Explores New Depths

The California Academy of Sciences’ NightLife LIVE Series Explores New Depths

There’s never a dull moment around the California Academy of Sciences, and when summer and fall kick in, the museum’s Thursday NightLife program turns it up even further with its Nightlife LIVE music series. For Nightlife LIVE, music promoters who know what’s up (ahem, Treasure…

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The Mexican Museum in SF Set to House the Nation’s Largest Latino Art Collection

The Mexican Museum in SF Set to House the Nation’s Largest Latino Art Collection

San Francisco will soon be home to the largest collection of Latino Art in the United States, thanks to the construction of the 60,000 square foot Mexican Museum, which is set to open in early 2019 at downtown Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Mexican-American…

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A Weekend Full of Ramen, Sake & Cuteness Overload at the J-Pop Summit

A Weekend Full of Ramen, Sake & Cuteness Overload at the J-Pop Summit

This year, J-POP SUMMIT attendees will be able to experience a vibrant two-day celebration of Japanese pop-influenced culture including edgy fashion events, pop art exhibits, live music, a technology summit, interactive activities, ramen vendors, and sake tastings. J-POP SUMMIT is one of the world’s biggest…

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‘No Touching’ An Arrested Development Pop-Up Art Show Tribute at Heron Arts

‘No Touching’ An Arrested Development Pop-Up Art Show Tribute at Heron Arts

This Friday, local art collective Beehive Society, will be bringing Arrest Development fans together for NO TOUCHING: an Arrested Development Art Show. This Bluth family reunion (in a remixed visual art kind of way) totes a hefty lineup of around thirty artists, each set loose…

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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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