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Photographer Baron Wolman to Sign “The Rolling Stone Years”

Photographer Baron Wolman to Sign “The Rolling Stone Years”

On Sunday, December 4, renowned author/photographer Baron Wolman will sign The Rolling Stone Years: Every Picture Tells A Story at Osha Thai Lounge in the Embarcadero.

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Literary Events: Regis Philbin & Tristan Taormino

Literary Events: Regis Philbin & Tristan Taormino

This week, Regis Philbin invades Corte Madera and Tristian Taormino heats things up the Castro.

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Gallery Openings: Haight St. Fire Benefit & Alec Soth

Gallery Openings: Haight St. Fire Benefit & Alec Soth

With a holiday weekend ahead, the gallery scene is pretty much on hold. However, for you relentless art lovers, be sure to check out these two events.

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Russell Brand Live at the Palace of Fine Arts

Russell Brand Live at the Palace of Fine Arts

Mr. Katy Perry makes a one night only appearance Tuesday, November 29 at the Palace of Fine Arts.

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Theater Premiers: Velveteen Rabbit & Nina and the Monsters

Theater Premiers: Velveteen Rabbit & Nina and the Monsters

This weekend, catch an annual holiday favorite and a new comedy by Ninjaz of Drama.

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Bernini’s Medusa At the Legion of Honor

Bernini’s Medusa At the Legion of Honor

The arrival of Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s 17th century masterpiece Medusa from Italy’s Musei Capitolini marks a unique opportunity to view an important piece of Roman Baroque art during its first-ever tour in the United States.

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Movie Review: The Descendants

Movie Review: The Descendants

Writer-director Alexander Payne’s big-screen return proves to be far less than the sum of its parts.

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Film Review: Melancholia

Film Review: Melancholia

Lars Von Trier is known as much for his controversial nature as he is for his films, but at the end of the day he’s known as a great filmmaker. Melancholia stands as one of his best.

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Working Conditions Humpday Happy Hour #1

Working Conditions Humpday Happy Hour #1

Tonight, Southern Exposure opens its doors–and break room mini-fridge–to anyone checking out Working Conditions, the Mission gallery’s latest exhibit and collaborative art project.

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Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview

Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview

Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview isn’t a film, nor is it a documentary. It’s a straight interview that was filmed after Jobs’ exile from Apple and during his time spearheading NeXt, the company he founded after being ousted. Bay Area residents can see it this…

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Literary Readings: Charles Boone, Mingmei Yip & Laura Johnston Kohl

Literary Readings: Charles Boone, Mingmei Yip & Laura Johnston Kohl

This week’s top literary events include visual music, a little calligraphy, and a powerful Jonestown survival memoir.

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San Francisco Salsa Congress Arrives… in Oakland

San Francisco Salsa Congress Arrives… in Oakland

The weekend fun starts a little early and with a bang thanks to performances and workshops at one of the largest Latin dance events in Northern California.

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