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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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Halloween Movie Guide

Halloween Movie Guide

Landmark Theatres, Roxie Theater and San Francisco’s famed Castro Theatre celebrate Halloween with special screenings of horror classics leading up to the holiday.

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Literary Arts: Litquake & Then Some

Literary Arts: Litquake & Then Some

If you haven’t noticed, SF is currently being taken over by Literary madness. Now, more than ever, it’s time to get your read on.

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In Case You Missed It: “Illuminations”

In Case You Missed It: “Illuminations”

On Friday, the SomArts Cultural Center kicked off the opening reception for their annual Day of the Dead exhibit titled “Illuminations: Día de los Muertos 2011″

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Galleries: Occupied, 2 Blocks & The Matter Within

Galleries: Occupied, 2 Blocks & The Matter Within

This week’s best gallery openings range from Angela Willetts‘ human form to a modern Indian exhibit at YBCA.

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One City One Book: Mary Roach, “Packing For Mars”

One City One Book: Mary Roach, “Packing For Mars”

Ever thought about hooking up in space? Or what zero gravity feels like? I know you have. And so has Mary Roach.

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Theater: Comedy, Clowns & Hula

Theater: Comedy, Clowns & Hula

This week, Norm MacDonald, To Bury A Cat and Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wekiu take the stage.

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Guide: Litquake SF

Guide: Litquake SF

If you’re a Bay Area writer, or you love a writer, or you just like to sit at Ritual and pretend to type away at God knows what, Litquake SF is your chance to check out hundreds of authors at over 80 events, all in…

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Movie Review: The Ides of March

Movie Review: The Ides of March

Directed by George Clooney, The Ides of March, an adaptation of Beau Willimon’s 2008 play, “Farragut North,” explores, with varying levels of success, the conflict between idealism and cynicism and the conflict between principle and power through the prism of a fictitious Democratic presidential primary…

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Reading: Go the F**k to Sleep

Reading: Go the F**k to Sleep

Whether you have a couple of little ones around or know someone who does,  anyone who knows the deal about how hard it is to put a kid to sleep can appreciate the message in Adam Mansbach’s subversive bedtime book, Go the F**k to Sleep.

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