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Galleries: Sanguine Machine & It Finds You

Galleries: Sanguine Machine & It Finds You

This Saturday evening, two low-brow strongholds – White Walls and Gallery Hijinks — launch their September shows.

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SFMOMA Celebrates Latin Heritage Month

SFMOMA Celebrates Latin Heritage Month

The beginning of September marks the start of Latin Heritage Month and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is set to assist you in discovering and appreciating Latin American art.

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Literary Arts: From Political Assassin to Pirate King at Book Passage

Literary Arts: From Political Assassin to Pirate King at Book Passage

This week, The Book Passage at the Ferry Building is blowing up with mystery and adventure. From how a killer got off easy to silent film pirates, it’s time to get your read on.

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Theater: Why We Have a Body, BATS Improv Fest & Cymbeline

Theater: Why We Have a Body, BATS Improv Fest & Cymbeline

From improv to Shakespeare, this week, the stage is set for comedy, comedy and more comedy. We say — bring on the laughs.

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Last Call: “The City We Love” at 941 Geary

Last Call: “The City We Love” at 941 Geary

In case it slipped under your radar, Justin Giarla and local graff artist APEX co-curated an awesome, large-scale group show at 941 Geary affectionately-titled The City We Love. Although the opening reception was on August 13th, you still have one more week to catch some…

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Movie Review: Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

Movie Review: Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

For filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, remaking Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark was something of an obsession. He purchased remake rights more than a decade ago and co-wrote the first draft in 1998 with Matthew Robbins.

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All Night Tribute to Edgar Wright

All Night Tribute to Edgar Wright

The Castro Theatre will host an All Night Tribute to Edgar Wright tomorrow featuring all three of his films of his films and a Q&A with the director.

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Fiesta Friday Nights at the de Young

Fiesta Friday Nights at the de Young

If you’re looking to go out and party but want to avoid the club this weekend, try heading out to Fiesta Friday Nights at the de Young Museum. The evening is set to be full of fun with hands-on art projects, live performances and an…

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Galleries: Photobooth Opens, Summer Shows Close

Galleries: Photobooth Opens, Summer Shows Close

This week, Photobooth opens in the Mission while the big summer shows come to a close — don’t miss out on either. 

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Pete Escovedo Talks Art in the Mission

Pete Escovedo Talks Art in the Mission

Pete Escovedo is known as a talented, world-renowned musician and father of the eternally-cool drummer Sheila E. but many people might not realize that he is also an accomplished visual artist with decades of paintings under his belt.

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Literary Arts: Live Nude, $1 Book Sale, Rad Dad

Literary Arts: Live Nude, $1 Book Sale, Rad Dad

This week, the Literary Arts scene takes you from Sheila McClear’s exotic dance memoir to three local, hip dads giving modern fatherly advice. It’s time to get your read on.

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Movie Review: Fright Night

Movie Review: Fright Night

Fright Night, the remake of Tom Holland’s 1985 horror-comedy, delivers everything a horror fan could possibly want, and more.

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