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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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New Exhibition “Geometric Godesses” Graces SF

New Exhibition “Geometric Godesses” Graces SF

“Geometric Godesses,” an exhibition examining abstract forms, opens Friday, March 9 at the Roll Up Gallery at Public Works in the Inner Mission.

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs Join The Creators Project in San Francisco

Yeah Yeah Yeahs Join The Creators Project in San Francisco

A couple of weeks back we reported that VICE, in collaboration with Intel, would be kicking off a series of world events focused on technology, art and innovation in San Francisco at the Fort Mason Center from March 17 to 18.

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Literary Events: Brad Goreski, The Moment & The Chronicle Books Reopening

Literary Events: Brad Goreski, The Moment & The Chronicle Books Reopening

This week’s best lit events include the release of The Moment, Chronicle bookstore’s grand reopening, and celeb stylist turned author Brand Goreski.

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Gallery Openings: Centering the Margin, Kenneth Baker & Outside In

Gallery Openings: Centering the Margin, Kenneth Baker & Outside In

This week’s best gallery openings include a special talk by Kenneth Baker at Meridian Gallery, and groups shows at Root Division and 1AM.

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Theater Premiers: Shinsai, Scorched & The Right Thing

Theater Premiers: Shinsai, Scorched & The Right Thing

This week’s best theater events include the opening of The Right Thing, closing of of Scorched, and a unique first anniversary theater benefit for Japan.

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Movie Review: Project X

Movie Review: Project X

Project X is a film for the modern age. It’s basically one long YouTube video of the greatest high school party ever and is perhaps the first “found footage” film that is an outright comedy. What sounds like it could be, at the very least,…

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Opening Reception for ‘Walk Softly Stranger’

Opening Reception for ‘Walk Softly Stranger’

Three local Bay Area artists will collaborate on a new exhibition aimed at transforming the Inclined Gallery space via a multidisciplinary defamiliarization effort that zeroes in on the unique architectural features of the gallery in the hopes of facilitating the creation of new meaning.

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Movie Review: Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax

Movie Review: Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax

A star-studded cast, including Zac Efron, Betty White and Danny DeVito bring Dr. Suss’ pro-environmental, anti-corporate fable to the big screen.

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Wayward Fairytales: A Visual Retelling of Classic Narratives

Wayward Fairytales: A Visual Retelling of Classic Narratives

There were a number of animated films released in the twentieth century marketed to children that were adapted from iconic fairy tales collected by authors such as the Brothers Grimm or Alexander Afanasyev.

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