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Movie Review: New Year’s Eve

Movie Review: New Year’s Eve

Not one to leave well enough alone, Garry Marshall, the director of, among others, The Princess Diaries, Runaway Bride, Pretty Woman, and Beaches is back with his Valentine’s Day screenwriter, Katherine Fugate, for New Year’s Eve, a haphazard compendium of romantic comedy clichés spread across…

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Theater Openings: The Jewish Nutcracker & A Very Merry Murder Mystery

Theater Openings: The Jewish Nutcracker & A Very Merry Murder Mystery

This week’s top theater openings include the Jewish Nutcracker at ODC and A Very Merry (improvised) Murder Mystery at BATS.

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December Arts Highlights

December Arts Highlights

With one more month left in 2011, there’s a little something for everyone to enjoy before ringing in the new year.

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Literary Events: 2nd Annual East Bay Alternative Press Bookfair & More

Literary Events: 2nd Annual East Bay Alternative Press Bookfair & More

This week’s top literary events include a beer tasting at The Booksmith, the 2nd Annual East Bay Alternative Press Bookfair and the premier of three new works by Percival Everett.

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Galleries Events: Winter Wunderkammer Art Sale & More

Galleries Events: Winter Wunderkammer Art Sale & More

This week, galleries are buzzing with holiday cheer: The Lower Haight Holiday Art Walk, the Pancakes & Booze Holiday Art Show and the Winter Wunderkammer Holiday Art Sale.

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This Week’s Holiday Art Walks

This Week’s Holiday Art Walks

Get some holiday shopping squared away with four holiday art walks this week in San Francisco.

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Theater Events: Mortified, Dance-Along Nutcracker & More

Theater Events: Mortified, Dance-Along Nutcracker & More

This week Mortified celebrates 6 years, the Sing-Along Nutcracker hits YBCA and Celtic Yuletide brings a bit of Irish holiday spirit via song and dance. 

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Chillin’ Productions Hosts Massive Art Bash

Chillin’ Productions Hosts Massive Art Bash

A jam-packed night full of enough art, fashion and music for the entire weekend.

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Movie Review: Shame

Movie Review: Shame

Steve McQueen’s second film, Shame, an uncompromising exploration of sexual addiction, premiered several months ago at the Venice Film Festival.

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Movie Review: The Artist

Movie Review: The Artist

An utterly delightful, charming love letter to cinema’s Golden Silent Age.

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Literary Events: Quiet Lightning, Jeanne Darst & More

Literary Events: Quiet Lightning, Jeanne Darst & More

This week’s top literary events include noir hip hop, Quiet Lightning’s 2 Year Celebration and fiction ruining families.

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Interview: Kevin Whiteley, Founder of Criminal Class Press

Interview: Kevin Whiteley, Founder of Criminal Class Press

Tales of grime, crime, and hard times find a home in Chicago-based (by way of SF) Criminal Class Press, whose band of touring writers will perform at Edinburgh Castle on December 4 as part of an inaugural West Coast tour.

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