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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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Red, Bike & Green: An Art + Photo Exhibition

Red, Bike & Green: An Art + Photo Exhibition

With an emphasis on Black cyclists and urban biking, Oakland collective Red, Bike & Green seeks to inspire and regenerate excitement for a generation that may have forgotten that their grandma rode bikes, too.

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Gallery Openings: International Juried Plastic Camera Show, PIXELSTUD & More

Gallery Openings: International Juried Plastic Camera Show, PIXELSTUD & More

This week’s hottest gallery openings include the 5th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show, Portraits by PIXELSTUD and Why Paint a Landscape?

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Theater Premiers: The Screwtape Letters, SF Ballet Opening Night Gala & More

Theater Premiers:  The Screwtape Letters, SF Ballet Opening Night Gala & More

This week’s hottest performances include the SF Ballet’s 2012 Opening Gala, Trannyshack Star Search, The Screwtape Letters and Oliva’s Kitchen. 

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Tales of the First Time with LitUp Writers

Tales of the First Time with LitUp Writers

LitUp Writers presents comedic anecdotes on stage this Tuesday, January 17th, with their newest theme, “Will it Hurt? Tales of the First Time.” Six writers come to the stage to share their personal stories of firsts, and these can range from their first kiss to…

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Literary Events: Literary Clown Foolery, Ellis Avery & More

Literary Events: Literary Clown Foolery, Ellis Avery & More

This week’s top lit events include readings by Yasmine Surovec, Tosha Silver, Ellis Avery and Leigh Stein. 

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Opening: Controlled Environments

Opening: Controlled Environments

Five visual artists come together for a winter show exploring the connection and tension between things that may seem totally opposite at first glance.

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