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Fecal Face Debuts All-Female Art Show: Guerilla-Style

Fecal Face Debuts All-Female Art Show: Guerilla-Style

Fecal Face Dot Gallery curator and director, Rachel Ralph, had the idea to curate “4%ERS”, a group show which alludes to the 4 percent of female artists found by the Guerilla Girls at the Met in 2011. “4%ERS”, which opens Friday, September 25, was conceived…

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Comedians and Artists Unite for “Picture This!” at Doc’s Lab

Comedians and Artists Unite for “Picture This!” at Doc’s Lab

Experts say art is good for the brain, and humor is good for your health. So perhaps Picture This, a new monthly comedy series that combines the twisted minds of local stand-up comedians with guest animators, cartoonists, and illustrators, is just the double dose of awesome…

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Free Adult Swim Drive-In Tour to Dock at Treasure Island

Free Adult Swim Drive-In Tour to Dock at Treasure Island

Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim shows unreleased pilots and specials through their Drive-In Tour. This free with RSVP event  includes a classic outdoor movie experience, food trucks, a massive 40-foot inflatable screen, plus giveaways. This one-night event is part of a larger six-week, 15-city national tour. If…

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The Last Cat Ramps Up For Annual Group Art Show at RVCA

The Last Cat Ramps Up For Annual Group Art Show at RVCA

The Last Cat is a west coast brand and curated online marketplace which connects awesome independent artists to their fans. The project was co-founded by brothers, Luke Martinez and Aaron Martinez, and supports a wide range of artists, creatives, and friends. Maintaining creative freedom and…

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Intersection for the Arts Rocks 50-Year Anniversary Concert

Intersection for the Arts Rocks 50-Year Anniversary Concert

For the past five decades, Intersection for the Arts has served as an artistic incubator, providing fiscal sponsorship, as well as professional, technical and residency services to up and coming artists – all against an impressive portfolio of multidisciplinary programs and events. This Saturday, September…

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10 SF Zine Fest Scores We Adore

10 SF Zine Fest Scores We Adore

Here are ten treasures we found at last Sunday’s 14th Annual SF Zine Fest in San Francisco. If you were out of town for Labor Day Weekend, or were afraid you might get lost on the alternate bus route for the BART closure, or were just…

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Q&A: Felicia Day Wants You To Be Weird

Q&A: Felicia Day Wants You To Be Weird

Felicia Day seems to say whatever is on her mind. With a quirkiness about her that’s both humble and endearing, she is often best at being what many struggle to be: herself. “I walked across the parking lot earlier and I think now I have…

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Casey Cripe Explores Evolution in Art at Mirus Gallery

Casey Cripe Explores Evolution in Art at Mirus Gallery

Casey Cripe has over 3,000 books in his personal library. You might say that’s rare these days for someone under thirty-five who can understand and operate a Kindle, but reading has turned out to be a major part of his work. With a natural fascination…

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Local Art, Music and Tech Collective 20Mission Transforms The Village For A Night

Local Art, Music and Tech Collective 20Mission Transforms The Village For A Night

It’s not easy being an artist in San Francisco and (arguably less) a business entrepreneur in this unpredictable and tech-centric economy. Ideas can be short lived, competition fierce and the possibility of failure high. Yet, there are some spaces where creative types find success and…

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Before Fame: Amy Winehouse Exhibits in SF Explore Singer’s Life, Love of Family

Before Fame: Amy Winehouse Exhibits in SF Explore Singer’s Life, Love of Family

Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait has arrived to San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum on loan from London and will be on display until November 1. The robust exhibit at 736 Mission opened on July 23, exactly four years since Amy Winehouse’s sudden death, offering a…

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Journey to Cuba With Travel Writer Christopher Baker

Journey to Cuba With Travel Writer Christopher Baker

Back in 2013, Christopher Baker was leading the first U.S. motorcycle tours that the very romanticized and often illusive Cuba had seen since its revolutionary days. He’s traveled the country over 100 times since his first visit in 1993 and has been called “one of…

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30 Top SF Twitter Users To Follow

30 Top SF Twitter Users To Follow

San Francisco is home to Twitter’s headquarters and some of the social network’s most active and interesting users, which makes for a robust list of local Twitter users to follow. The main office for the global short messaging platform is located near the Civic Center,…

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