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Show Us Your Wild Side & Win a Camera

Show Us Your Wild Side & Win a Camera

SF Station and Lomography are joining forces this Thursday night to celebrate the yet-to-be-released WILD themed Lomo camera. We’ll be hosting a costume contest where two lucky participants take home an edition of the super secret Lomo camera!

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Comedy: SNL’s John Mulaney to Star in TV Special

Comedy: SNL’s John Mulaney to Star in TV Special

Even if you haven’t heard of comic John Mulaney yet, you’re already familiar with his brand of humor if you’ve seen a recent episode of SNL—Mulaney helped co-create the street-savvy character Stefon alongside Bill Hader.

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Opening Reception – Richard Kamler: A Retrospective

Opening Reception – Richard Kamler: A Retrospective

Creativity and activism collide in a gallery opening that shares what a career dedicated to social change through art really looks like.

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Literary Events: The Power of Gaming, From Blair Witch to Growgirl & More

Literary Events: The Power of Gaming, From Blair Witch to Growgirl & More

This week’s top literary events include readings and lectures by  Heather Donahue, Ben Marcus and Dr. Jane McGonigal.

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Gallery Openings: The Forgotten Space, Go Wild With Lomography & More

Gallery Openings:  The Forgotten Space, Go Wild With Lomography & More

This week’s best gallery openings include a documentary and photo show at SFAI, a costume party at Lomography, and a street art tribute at SFSU.

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Theater Premiers: Eddie Izzard, Drew Carey & Tusuy

Theater Premiers: Eddie Izzard, Drew Carey & Tusuy

This week’s best theater events include Eddie Izzard, Drew Carey (improv!), and cultural dance by the Bolivia Corazon de America. 

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Opening Reception: New Works by HUSH

Opening Reception: New Works by HUSH

A unique artist from the UK shares his work that combines the practices of both street art and contemporary art.

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San Francisco Artist David Ball’s Pursuit of Happiness

San Francisco Artist David Ball’s Pursuit of Happiness

From February 2-25, catch San Francisco’s David Ball newest art exhibition, Harum Scarum, at 111 Minna Gallery. While Ball’s earlier work has appeared bleaker, his newest exhibition has a more hopeful feel to it. His art has always been a reflection of his personal state…

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Movie Review: Haywire

Movie Review: Haywire

If online and offline accounts are to be trusted, filmmaker Steven Soderbergh discovered mixed-martial-arts fighter Gina Carano three years ago on TV as she pummeled an under-matched, under-skilled opponent into submission.

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In Memory: Rossiter Drake, 1977- 2012

In Memory: Rossiter Drake, 1977- 2012

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the recent death of one of our long-time writers Rossiter Drake, who worked for SF Station for many years as a film critic.

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Literary Events: Keshni Kashyap, William Gibson & Tom Brokaw

Literary Events: Keshni Kashyap, William Gibson & Tom Brokaw

This week’s best lit events include the works Tina’s Mouth, Distrust That Particular Flavor and The Time of Our Lives.

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Opening Reception: “Brazil In The Sixties”

Opening Reception: “Brazil In The Sixties”

A former Life Magazine photographer shares images from some of the most beautiful cities on earth.

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