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Movie Review: Connected

Movie Review: Connected

Documentary filmmaker Tiffany Shlain (Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness) originally set out to examine both the benefits (virtual) and costs (personal) of the always on, always connected world.

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Movie Review: Drive

Movie Review: Drive

Drive is one of the most anticipated films of the year, and rightly so. It’s an atmospheric tour de force from Danish cult director Nicolas Winding Refn and starring a stoic, introspective Ryan Gosling who says as much through his eyes as he does his…

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California Academy of Sciences “Neighborhood Free Days”

California Academy of Sciences “Neighborhood Free Days”

There are a lot of reasons why living in San Francisco is so great, but if you’re into science and live in Chinatown, Russian Hill, Nob Hill, Telegraph Hill, North Beach or the Marina then you’re in for a special treat this weekend courtesy of…

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Literary Arts: Bookbinding, Internet Archive & Michael Moore

Literary Arts: Bookbinding, Internet Archive & Michael Moore

This week, from bookbinding to a memoir by Michael Moore, the literary arts scene is bustling with variety.

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Australian Street Art at 941 Geary

Australian Street Art at 941 Geary

The new exhibition, “Young & Free,” at 941 Geary Gallery lives up to its promise of delivering fresh, timely pieces from seasoned pros and eager artists on their way up from Down Under.

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Galleries: Pancakes & Booze, Capsule & More

Galleries: Pancakes & Booze, Capsule & More

This week, the galleries scene is hopping with the Pancakes & Booze Art Party, a new show at Steven Wolf, and the annual Capsule design festival in Hayes Valley.

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Theater: Double ODC, Hunter’s Point & Madonna Flash Mob

Theater: Double ODC, Hunter’s Point & Madonna Flash Mob

This week, the theater scene is all about dance, taiko, Hunter’s Point and, well, let’s throw in a little Madonna for good measure.

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Movie Review: Contagion

Movie Review: Contagion

A virus can be a terrifying thing. Much more so than, say, a terrorist attack or other natural disasters. A virus isn’t necessarily contained to a small locale. It spreads.  Fast. That’s the central premise of Contagion.

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True Stories Lounge At the Make-Out Room

True Stories Lounge At the Make-Out Room

If you’re still making plans for tonight, head over to the Mission to check out a bunch of essayists, journalists and writers spilling their guts on stage with host Evelyn Nieves.

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Movie Review: Warrior

Movie Review: Warrior

Gavin O’Conner’s Warrior is a sports melodrama centered on two down-on-their-luck working class heroes and estranged brothers forced to fight through the screenwriter’s heavy hand in a gladiatorial contest for, among other things, a $5 million purse.

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SF Shorts Film Fest, Sept. 8-10

SF Shorts Film Fest, Sept. 8-10

From September 8-10, the Roxie Theater will be showing The San Francisco International Film Festival of Short Films. It may be a long winded title but the festival specializes in, what they call, “bite-sized bits of delicious film” from all over the world.

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September Lectures and Symposia at SFAI

September Lectures and Symposia at SFAI

Throughout the rest of the year, the San Francisco Art Institute will be hosting a series of free lectures from visiting artists, global scholars and graduates from one of the nation’s oldest schools devoted to teaching contemporary art.

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