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Movie Review: This Means War

Movie Review: This Means War

Mention director McG on an online forum or in the comments of a movie site and vitriol, often vicious, sometimes melodramatic and occasionally spot-on, will surely follow.

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‘The Book of Mormon’ Knocks at San Francisco’s Door

‘The Book of Mormon’ Knocks at San Francisco’s Door

Award winning Broadway musical-comedy The Book of Mormon comes to San Francisco for a five week engagement starting November 2012 at the SHN Curran Theater.

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Jean Paul Gaultier Inspired Performance at the de Young Museum

Jean Paul Gaultier Inspired Performance at the de Young Museum

The de Young Museum will be hosting Process by 2012 de Young artist fellow Monique Jenkinson (aka Fauxnique) at the Kimball Education Gallery starting February 15 and ending February 26, Wednesday through Sunday from 3-5pm.

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Literary Events: Censored 2012, 5 Hardcore Years of Bawdy & Eminent Outlaws

Literary Events: Censored 2012, 5 Hardcore Years of Bawdy & Eminent Outlaws

This week, SF’s lit scene is bustling with events at Modern Times, the Verdi Club and the Books Inc. in Opera Plaza.

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Gallery Events: Cut&Paste, Robert Altman & The Dark Wave

Gallery Events: Cut&Paste, Robert Altman & The Dark Wave

This week’s best visual art event include a solid lineup at the Mezzanine, Wix Lounge and Fecal Face Dot Gallery.

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Theater Premiers: Company C Contemporary Ballet 10th Season, 52 Man Pick Up & More

Theater Premiers: Company C Contemporary Ballet 10th Season, 52 Man Pick Up & More

This week’s top acts include new pieces at the Brava Theater, SOMArts and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

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Oscar Nominated Shorts Program at Landmark Cinemas

Oscar Nominated Shorts Program at Landmark Cinemas

Beginning February 10 Landmark’s Lumiere Theatre and Opera Plaza Cinemas in San Francisco, as well as Landmark’s Shattuck Cinemas in Berkeley, will be showing two separate Oscar Nominate Shorts programs — one of live action shorts and one of animated.

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SF Zen Center’s 50th Anniversary with Laurie Anderson and Reb Anderson

SF Zen Center’s 50th Anniversary with Laurie Anderson and Reb Anderson

The San Francisco Zen Center will be hosting a discussion between Senior Dharma Teacher Tenshin Reb Anderson and experimental performance artist Laurie Anderson. The talk will focus on art, life, Zen, and Green Gulch Farm’s Hope Cottage. The event will take place on Thursday, March…

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Smithsonian Forges New Partnership with San Francisco’s Mexican Museum

Smithsonian Forges New Partnership with San Francisco’s Mexican Museum

The Mexican Museum, located temporarily at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, has been granted membership in the prestigious Smithsonian affiliate museum network. It is the first museum in San Francisco to be honored with a national affiliation.

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Exhibit Showcases DOUBLEtruck Magazine Photos at SF City Hall

Exhibit Showcases DOUBLEtruck Magazine Photos at SF City Hall

Work from world renowned photojournalists that spans the first decade of the current century will be on display courtesy of a new traveling exhibition, Seeing Double –The Best of DOUBLEtruck Magazine.

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Modern Ball at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Featuring Chromeo

Modern Ball at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Featuring Chromeo

Party with electro-funk duo Chromeo at the Modern Ball hosted by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) Wednesday, April 25.

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Literary Events: Love and Struggle, Go Fish, Connectome & More

Literary Events: Love and Struggle, Go Fish, Connectome & More

This week’s best literary events include readings from David Gilbert, Mr. Fish, Maureen McHugh, Broke-Ass Stuart, and Sebastian Seung.

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