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Chronicle Books Celebrates Wise Advice, Life & Love

Chronicle Books Celebrates Wise Advice, Life & Love

Chronicle Books was kind enough to send me Advice from My 80-Year-Old Self: Real Words of Wisdom from People Ages 7 to 88 by Susan O’Malley. I pulled the book from my mailbox and plopped down on my couch after a long day at work…

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Jessica Eastburn’s Solo Show Brings A Fresh Style of Contemporary Art to North Berkeley

Jessica Eastburn’s Solo Show Brings A Fresh Style of Contemporary Art to North Berkeley

Totally Rad Gallery in North Berkeley brings Jessica Eastburn’s contemporary artwork to the East Bay for its second show of the year next Saturday, February 6th. Eastburn has been letting random images creep into her abstract paintings for the last three years. Having grown up…

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ArtSpan’s Juried Exhibition at the Expansive Midway Complex

ArtSpan’s Juried Exhibition at the Expansive Midway Complex

There is a good chance you will find many local art enthusiasts at ArtSpan’s Selections 2016 Juried Exhibition opening this Saturday. ArtSpan is a non-profit organization that has been supporting the local art community for over forty years. They curate a number of art exhibitions in San…

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Arianna Huffington, Food Tastings, Music & Culture Take the Stage at Arts & Ideas Series

Arianna Huffington, Food Tastings, Music & Culture Take the Stage at Arts & Ideas Series

Does the name Dan Savage the advice columnist for Savage Love or Arianna Huffington of Huffington Post sound familiar? Well, they are just two of the fabulous personalities making an appearance on the JCCSF’s upcoming events calendar. Listen to talks from inspirational, historically and culturally…

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Win Tickets: SF Symphony and NFL Films Present ‘A Concert of Champions’ for Super Bowl 50

Win Tickets: SF Symphony and NFL Films Present ‘A Concert of Champions’ for Super Bowl 50

In celebration of Super Bowl 50, the San Francisco Symphony has partnered with NFL Films to present “A Concert of Champions” on February 3rd and 4th. Guest hosted by NFL Hall-of-Fame running back and former Oakland Raider Marcus Allen, the events will feature selections from…

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Recycle, Reuse, CREATE: Recology Residency Program Art Opening Friday

Recycle, Reuse, CREATE: Recology Residency Program Art Opening Friday

Recology San Francisco will host a series of gallery openings beginning this Friday, January 22, from 5-10pm to showcase work from artists in its selective Artists in Residence (AIR) Program using items that ended up in the trash. Recology’s AIR program has been operating for…

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Alex & Allyson Grey Live Painting at 1015 Folsom

Alex & Allyson Grey Live Painting at 1015 Folsom

Alex and Allyson Grey will be live-painting alongside musicians, artists and vendors on Thursday at 1015 Folsom. The event is part of “Re:Creation” the pre-party tour for the 10th Annual Gem & Jam Festival. The night promises to be a mind-blowing mix of audio and visual stimulation. The…

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3rd Annual FOG Design+Art Fair Returns to Fort Mason

3rd Annual FOG Design+Art Fair Returns to Fort Mason

San Francisco’s third annual FOG Design+Art Fair will open to the public January 14–17 at the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion. This unique event converts San Francisco into the epicenter of art and design, celebrating modern art, architecture, technology and design, with dynamic exhibits, custom…

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Top 169 Photos of the Year

Top 169 Photos of the Year

2015 was a year full of unforgettable moments, our photographers captured many of these events as they happened. See our selection of of the most awe-inspiring, beautiful and fun photos of the year…   Follow SF Station’s ongoing coverage of events in the San Francisco…

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Curators’ Choice: 15 Most Memorable Local Art Shows of 2015

Curators’ Choice: 15 Most Memorable Local Art Shows of 2015

Coming up with new show concepts and never-before-seen solo exhibitions on a reoccurring schedule sounds like a near impossible task, however, these curators have been graciously leading the way in doing just that. Their galleries serve as the city’s go-to places to meet up with other…

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Old SF Mint To Be Transformed Into New Event Space

Old SF Mint To Be Transformed Into New Event Space

The 100,000-square-foot, city-owned Old Mint building at 88 Fifth Street awaits a new future. According to sources, the city of San Francisco’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development has issued a request for proposals to find a partner that can “restore and activate the Old…

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Support the Roxie Theater, Keep Ticket Prices Low

Support the Roxie Theater, Keep Ticket Prices Low

Show your support for the Mission district’s Roxie Theater this holiday season to help them keep ticket prices low. Built in 1909, this cinema has tremendous history, but rising rents and higher costs mean that the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is forced to raise their ticket…

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