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Galleries: Ann Magnuson, Liu Yin & Monique Prieto

Galleries: Ann Magnuson, Liu Yin & Monique Prieto

This week, women are shaking up the gallery scene with a new show, a lecture and a costume contest.

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Theater: Halloween Frights

Theater: Halloween Frights

This week, beware — Halloween frights are taking over the stages of San Francisco.

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Maharaja: The Splendor of India’s Royal Courts

Maharaja: The Splendor of India’s Royal Courts

Although the “Maharaja: The Splendor of India’s Royal Courts” exhibit drips with splendor and luxury, it also seeks to highlight the roles and qualities that made up the royal courts during a time of swift political change.

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Interview: Photographer Anton Kawasaki

Interview: Photographer Anton Kawasaki

Instant retro-cool images taken with Instagram and Hipstamatic are the Myspace photos of 2011. But New York-based mobile photographer Anton Kawasaki has made a name for himself with street photos – shot and edited solely on his iPhone – that are a contemporary slice of…

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16th Annual Berlin & Beyond Film Festival

16th Annual Berlin & Beyond Film Festival

The Berlin & Beyond Festival, starting tonight and running through October 26 at the Castro Theatre, highlights new cinema from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

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Literary Arts: Ozzy Osbourne, Hal Niedzviecki & Counterfeits

Literary Arts: Ozzy Osbourne, Hal Niedzviecki & Counterfeits

This week’s best lit events include an Ozzy signing, Niedzviecki talk and the release of Counterfeits. 

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Galleries: Arthur Pollock, Kirk Stoller, Spectrum 2011

Galleries: Arthur Pollock, Kirk Stoller, Spectrum 2011

This week’s best new exhibits include the Arthur Pollock book release, Kirk Stoller sculptures and the annual Spectrum Art Auction.

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Opening Reception For “Numina Femenina”

Opening Reception For “Numina Femenina”

Celebrate and commemorate women of Latin origin and all their contributions to the visual arts at an exhibition presented by the Consulate General of Mexico this Thursday.

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Theater: Shake That Sin, Peter Gallagher & More

Theater: Shake That Sin, Peter Gallagher & More

This week’s best theater events include vices, a crazy family, and Peter Gallagher — singing. 

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Movie Review: Footloose

Movie Review: Footloose

Remakes generally fall into two, distinct varieties: (1) unnecessary remakes, and (2) superfluous remakes. Footloose, the remake of the 1984 film that starred a 26-year-old Kevin Bacon as a toe-tapping, rebellious teenager, falls in to the latter category.

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Richard Serra Arrives at SFMOMA

Richard Serra Arrives at SFMOMA

Richard Serra Drawings: A Retrospective brings together three decades of his drawings for its sole West Coast presentation at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Yerba Buena Night 2011: Bright Lights, Little City

Yerba Buena Night 2011: Bright Lights, Little City

This Saturday night, while the lit kids crawl through the Mission, the Yerba Buena area of SOMA will be transformed into a playground of free outdoor art, music, dance and performance.

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