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Jack White’s First Solo Art Show in SF

Jack White’s First Solo Art Show in SF

Visual artist and creative pioneer Jack White will have his first solo show in California even though he’s been making paintings, prints and sculptures for over four decades. “Neo Totems and Other Works of Art: a Continuum” will be shown at the Sargent Johnson Gallery…

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Preview: Girls at GAMH

Preview: Girls at GAMH

San Francisco is known for developing really raw talent into a burning white flame. At the moment that flame burns with Girls front man Christopher Owens and co-creator Chet White, who released their sophomore album Father, Son, Holy Spirit earlier this month. The duo has…

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San Francisco Giants Break Attendance Mark

San Francisco Giants Break Attendance Mark

The end is near for the 2011 Major League Baseball season and while most San Francisco Giants fan will be plenty disappointed with the results, you can’t tell by attendance numbers this year. The team officially set a new record for attendance on Monday night….

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Richmond Round-Up

Richmond Round-Up

Free days at the Academy of Sciences, Clement Street food news and volunteers sign people up to vote.  Those are some of the headlines from the Richmond SF blog. Get an up close look at the Academy of Sciences for free… This Friday through Sunday,…

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ArtSpan’s SF Open Studios 2011

ArtSpan’s SF Open Studios 2011

Starting this Saturday, every weekend in October you’ll have the chance to visit 800 SF artist studios from the Mission to the Marina — all for free. It’s the 36th year of ArtSpan’s SF Open Studios, a month-long event showcasing local art folks in their…

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Muni Diaries Live: Reunion Show/Open-Mic

Muni Diaries Live: Reunion Show/Open-Mic

Laugh, cry, cringe and applaud Wednesday night at Muni Diaries Live: Reunion Show/Open-Mic. Watch as fellow Muni riders share stories about the seventh largest transit system in the United States, or share a story of your own. At the first Reunion/Open Mic show, favorite performers from…

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DJ Q&A: DallasK

DJ Q&A: DallasK

A young newcomer to the Electro scene, DallasK is making huge moves to the top of the charts with his popular mainstream-style productions while also DJing dancefloors across the country. He hits the Bay Area for the first time at Noble on September 30 in…

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Literary Arts: John Lithgow, Augusten Burroughs & More

Literary Arts: John Lithgow, Augusten Burroughs & More

This week the Literary Arts scene jumps from one big memoir to a city read-out and on to another big memoir (with an even bigger star). If you haven’t read it, chances are, you’ve at least heard of the bestselling memoir, Running with Scissors. This…

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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Playlist

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Playlist

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass consistently has one of the best lineups of the Bay Area music festival season, and this year is no exception. The festival returns this year with sets by rockers Kurt Vile, Thurston Moore, Broken Social Scene and Bob Mould, alongside Americana, blues…

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Thanksgiving Dinner at Greenburger’s

Thanksgiving Dinner at Greenburger’s

As October rapidly approaches, you might have your sights set on Halloween, but at Greenburger’s (518 Haight Street) it’s all about Thanksgiving–365 days a year. Inspired by every foodie’s favorite holiday meal, this creative and unpredictably eclectic eatery serves up a wholly original dish: Greenie’s…

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Review: Earthdance Festival

Review: Earthdance Festival

The Earthdance Global Festival for Peace has been going on for over a decade now with the intention of cultivating community, unity and peace through music around the world. The weekend was packed with musicians, artists, yoga, workshops, dancing and random hugs from bleary-eyed folks…

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Shuck and Swallow Contest Returns to SF

Shuck and Swallow Contest Returns to SF

McCormick & Kuleto’s Seafood Restaurant is hosting their 18th annual Shuck & Swallow Oyster Competition on Tuesday night. Approximately a dozen teams, each consisting of two members from various Bay Area restaurants, will be competing to see who can shuck and swallow the most oysters…

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