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Theater: Pick Cells, Lumiere & A BAT-ty Anniversary

Theater: Pick Cells, Lumiere & A BAT-ty Anniversary

This week’s top performances include two dance debuts and BATS Improv’s 25th Anniversary celebration. 

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Opening Reception: Libido Moriendi

Opening Reception: Libido Moriendi

Belgian artist Renato Nicolodi brings his prints and sculptures to the city for his first solo exhibit in the United States.

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Movie Review: A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

Movie Review: A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

Our favorite stoner-semi-slackers are back, doing what they do best, toking up and creating ridiculous amounts of mischief.

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November Arts Highlights

November Arts Highlights

A cornucopia of creative fall arts events provide plenty of reasons to give thanks for a vibrant arts scene.

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Free Lunchtime Dance Series

Free Lunchtime Dance Series

Catch an afternoon dance performance during the Rotunda Dance Series taking place the first Friday of every month.

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NaNoWriMo 2011

NaNoWriMo 2011

“Call me Ishmael.” “All this happened, more or less.” Every novel starts with a first line. And most of us need a swift kick in the pants to write that first line. NaNoWriMo has the answer.

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Literary Art: At Sea, Leveling Up & a Mad, Mad Amazing Race

Literary Art: At Sea, Leveling Up & a Mad, Mad Amazing Race

This week in Literary Arts, catch Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Gene Yang and The Lamplighters as they read from new and old works. 

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Galleries: Afterthoughts, Tribal SF & Castigation

Galleries: Afterthoughts, Tribal SF & Castigation

This week, 3 new 3-d exhibits open at Cain Schulte Contemporary Art, the Fleet Room and Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art.

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Theater: Savage Limbo, Cat Lady & ABADA-Capoeira

Theater: Savage Limbo, Cat Lady & ABADA-Capoeira

This week, take a play-ful look into life, the lives of cat ladies, and at 20 years of Afro-Brazilian culture in SF.

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Review: Cirque du Soleil’s ‘TOTEM’

Review: Cirque du Soleil’s ‘TOTEM’

For 2 1/2 hours, Cirque du Soleil’s Totem will make you forget your worldly problems and simply appreciate being a human.

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Boring Barbie Gets a Makeover

Boring Barbie Gets a Makeover

The 9th Annual Altered Barbie Exhibition comes to the city just in time to give the classic kids toy a chance to dress up for Halloween, too.

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Movie Review: The Rum Diary

Movie Review: The Rum Diary

It’s hard not to compare The Rum Diary to Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Not only are both based off of novels by famed gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson, but Johnny Depp inhabits versions of Thompson in both films.

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