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Photo Exhibition Documents Life in Japan’s Tohoku region

Photo Exhibition Documents Life in Japan’s Tohoku region

It’s been a little over a year since the Tohoku earthquake and subsequent tsunami struck Japan, killing thousands of people, causing billions of dollars in damage and displacing a substantial number of residents from their homes.

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San Francisco Museums Collaborate with Google to Digitize Collections

San Francisco Museums Collaborate with Google to Digitize Collections

In a new effort to increase access to local collections through online technology, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the deYoung Museum have joined the Google Art Project.

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Literary Events: Regreturature, The Vanishers & Best Sex Writing 2012

Literary Events: Regreturature, The Vanishers & Best Sex Writing 2012

This week’s best literary events include a new Litquake benefit show, author Heidi Julavits at Books Inc., and Rachel Kramer Bussel and Susie Bright at The Booksmith.

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Gallery Openings: Camille Rose Garcia, Live Sculpt & The Have and Have Not

Gallery Openings: Camille Rose Garcia, Live Sculpt & The Have and Have Not

This week’s best gallery and museum events include a fairytale-esque book signing at SFMOMA, a live sculpture fundraiser at Project One, and a new comic-book inspired group show at Varnish Fine Art.

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Theater Premiers: Maple and Vine, The Mystery of the Jeweled Egg & re:BOUND

Theater Premiers: Maple and Vine, The Mystery of the Jeweled Egg & re:BOUND

This week’s best performances include a new dark comedy at the A.C.T, and a Easter variety show mystery at Exit Theatre, and a wiry dance at Live Worms Gallery.  

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Movie Review: Mirror Mirror

Movie Review: Mirror Mirror

More than 200 years after they first transcribed and transliterated European folk tales, the Brothers Grimm continue to provide Hollywood studios with an overabundance of material. It helps, of course, that the Brothers Grimm oeuvre lapsed into the public domain long ago.

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Showcase from Artist Collective THIS Los Angeles

Showcase from Artist Collective THIS Los Angeles

The THIS Los Angeles artist collective based in the neighborhood of Highland Park comes to San Francisco Friday, March 30, for a group show titled THIS is us at the RVCA I VASF Gallery.

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Movie Review: Wrath of the Titans

Movie Review: Wrath of the Titans

When any film, regardless of artistic merit or aesthetic quality, approaches the $500 million mark in box-office revenue globally, a sequel is all but assured. Exhibit A: Clash of the Titans, the disappointing 2010 remake of the 1981 fantasy-adventure.

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Figurative-Abstract Painters at the Museum of the African Diaspora

Figurative-Abstract Painters at the Museum of the African Diaspora

On March 23, the Museum of the African Diaspora premiered a new exhibition which features nine Bay Area artists active from the 1960s and 1970s to the present who lean towards abstract representation but do not not disregard figuration in their work.

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Literary Events: Madonna and Me, Anarchist Book Fair & More

Literary Events: Madonna and Me, Anarchist Book Fair & More

This week’s top literary events include a Madonna & Me launch party, the 2012 Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair and author Christopher Moore’s latest.

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Performer and ‘Fortunate Daughter’ Thao P. Nguyen Tells Her Story

Performer and ‘Fortunate Daughter’ Thao P. Nguyen Tells Her Story

Back in 2008, as anti-prop 8 organizers in San Francisco sought to create a public face and build visible support for the fight for marriage equality, Thao P. Nguyen found herself being encouraged by her Queer family to come out and be counted.

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Gallery Openings: Playland, This Is Us & The Silver Era

Gallery Openings: Playland, This Is Us & The Silver Era

This week’s top visual arts events include Playland 2012 at the Conservatory of Flowers, a new show at RVCA VASF, and Southern Exposure’s annual art auction, The Silver Era.

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