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Kool Kid Kreyola Says Enter ‘The Belly of the Beast’

Kool Kid Kreyola Says Enter ‘The Belly of the Beast’

Gadding about town, it’s hard not to stumble upon the sticker bearing the insignia of artist Kool Kid Kreyola aka Erlin Geffrard—it definitely catches the eye.

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D.A. Powell Book Release Celebration At City Lights Bookstore

D.A. Powell Book Release Celebration At City Lights Bookstore

D.A. Powell reads poetry from his new book Useless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys at City Lights Bookstore, Thursday, March 15, at 7pm.

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‘The Brinksman’ by Cleon Peterson at Guerrero Gallery

‘The Brinksman’ by Cleon Peterson at Guerrero Gallery

A new exhibition by Cleon Peterson titled “The Brinksman” presents a series of paintings that imagine a dystopian world where violence and self-interest predominate and the bonds of community have been broken.

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Literary Events: Dream Memoirs of a Fabulist, I Am Crime & Too Much Magic

Literary Events: Dream Memoirs of a Fabulist, I Am Crime & Too Much Magic

This week’s top literary arts events include reading by Jason Benlevi, Doug Rice, and a crime-ridden Feast of Words.

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Gallery Openings: R.H. Quaytman, Sickboy & The Electric Works Moving Sale

Gallery Openings: R.H. Quaytman, Sickboy & The Electric Works Moving Sale

This week’s top gallery events include the Electric Works Moving Sale, plus a new show at White Walls, and a lecture at the San Francisco Art Institute. 

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Theater Premiers: Wish You Were Here, Furious & Comedy SuperPAC

Theater Premiers: Wish You Were Here, Furious & Comedy SuperPAC

This week’s top performances include a dance premier at The Garage, an improv show at the Alcove Theater, a some stand up act Hemlock. 

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Movie Review: Being Flynn

Movie Review: Being Flynn

Moments into Being Flynn, Paul Weitz’s adaptation of Nicholas Flynn’s 2004 memoir, Robert De Niro’s character, a mentally unstable, alcoholic and failed novelist, slips into voice-over narration mode, declaring himself the third greatest American writer and slipping into a racist, homophobic rant.

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Movie Review: Silent House

Movie Review: Silent House

Last January, Elizabeth Olsen, younger sister to Mary-Kate and Ashley (a.k.a., the Olsen Twins), appeared in two Sundance Film Festival premieres, Sean Durkin’s Martha Marcy May Marlene and Chris Kentis and Laura Lau’s Silent House, a loose remake of a Uruguayan film, La Casa Muda.

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‘Photography in Mexico’ Arrives at SFMOMA

‘Photography in Mexico’ Arrives at SFMOMA

A diverse collection of photos by Mexican and international artists taken between 1920, following the Mexican Revolution, and the present is on display at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Literary Events for Adults

Literary Events for Adults

For literary lovers, there are many great events that are happening on a weekly and monthly basis in the San Francisco area. Here is a handful of events geared toward adults to get you hooked up with the literary world that is out there and…

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Movie Review: John Carter

Movie Review: John Carter

Sci-fi fantasy spectacle on $250 million budget (and it shows).

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Movie Review: Friends with Kids

Movie Review: Friends with Kids

An indie romantic comedy by any other name is still a romantic comedy.

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