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Literary Events: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust & More

Literary Events: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust & More

With Christmas right around the corner, it’s a quiet week for lit events — nevertheless, here’s two to put on the docket. 

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Gallery Events: Holiday Freaktastic Art Sale & More

Gallery Events: Holiday Freaktastic Art Sale & More

This week, Varnish welcomes last-minute shoppers with a big sale while the Exploratorium holds a winter break craft camp for the kids.

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Theater Premiers: Santaland Diaries, Smuin Ballet LGBT Benefit & More

Theater Premiers: Santaland Diaries, Smuin Ballet LGBT Benefit & More

The week before Christmas holds a slew of holly, jolly holiday shows. 

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Opening: Near Modern Future

Opening: Near Modern Future

Curator Marlon Sagana Ingram enlists two members from the East Bay’s Black Diamonds Shining to do an awesome show with him this weekend.

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Movie Review: Sherlock Holmes Game of Shadows

Movie Review: Sherlock Holmes Game of Shadows

Guy Ritche’s follow up to his gritty take on Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic sleuth is par for the course. Picking up where the first one left of it’s more of the same for Robert Downey, Jr. and crew, who are involved in another complicated caper…

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Movie Review: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

Movie Review: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

A remarkable adaptation of John le Carré’s sprawling, subplot-heavy, character-rich 1974 novel featuring a career-best performance from Gary Oldman.

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Movie Review: Young Adult

Movie Review: Young Adult

Young Adult re-teams writer Diablo Cody and Jason Reitman for a darkly comic tale about immaturity with Charlize Theron and Patton Oswalt leading the strong, if slightly vapid, character study.

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3rd Annual Renegade Craft Holiday Market

3rd Annual Renegade Craft Holiday Market

It’s December 14. The twelve days of Christmas are upon us, and the annual Renegade Craft Fair is the perfect time to stock up on artsy gifts without having to go to the mall or hear “Winter Wonderland” over and over.

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Literary Events: Chronicle Books’ Holiday Sale & More

Literary Events: Chronicle Books’ Holiday Sale & More

This week’s top Literary events include the Chronicle Books Holiday Warehouse Sale, and a new release from Fourteen Hills.

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SECA Honors Bay Area’s Best At SFMOMA

SECA Honors Bay Area’s Best At SFMOMA

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art commemorates five decades of local art with style, flair and a lot of personality for SECA’s 50th anniversary.

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Gallery Events: Yule by Kokorostars, Galvanize GAFFTA & More

Gallery Events: Yule by Kokorostars, Galvanize GAFFTA & More

This week’s top gallery events include a holiday group show at Kokoro, a benefit gala for GAFTA and a free screen printing party at Anthem Screen Printing.

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Movie Review: The Sitter

Movie Review: The Sitter

The Sitter is exactly what it looks like—a hybrid of Superbad and Adventures in Babysitting. It actually works more than it probably should, mostly due to Jonah Hill’s gift for improv, but David Gordon Green has and can do better.

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