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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. This Wednesday, find a comfy seat at the Magic Theatre for the return of Why We Have a Body, the story of Lili,…

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Graham Leggat (1960 – 2011)

Graham Leggat (1960 – 2011)

With sadness, we respectfully wish to send our condolences to Graham Leggat’s family and friends. The former Executive Director of the SF Film Society was a man with a plan, who put his all into making the Film Society a success both organizationally and financially….

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The Exploratorium’s Color Fair

The Exploratorium’s Color Fair

If you haven’t checked out The Exploratorium’s Colorfest exhibit yet, Sunday is the day to go! In addition to the regular exhibit is Color Fair, a chromatically-themed afternoon fair. Color Fair will take place both outside the museum (this part is free!) and inside (included with…

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Bartender, I’ll Take Another Please!

Bartender, I’ll Take Another Please!

Drinking before noon usually leads me to think of one and only one cocktail: a wonderful Bloody Mary. Just the thought right now is making my mouth water. Well on Sunday, you’ll get your chance to taste more than your fair share of the cocktail…

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It’s Time For Critical Mass

It’s Time For Critical Mass

If you’re planning on driving Friday night, be prepared when the clock hits 5:30. Tonight, the cyclists take the streets for another celebration of Critical Mass. Motorists will plan for traffic jamming, horns honking, blocked intersections, frustration, and arriving late to any destination. Cyclists will…

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Review: Kreayshawn Homecoming Show

Review: Kreayshawn Homecoming Show

At the end of May, Kreayshawn and her White Girl Mob performed live in San Francisco for the first time in what was clearly the start of something huge. Less than three months later, the girls have refined their swagger with a coordinated performance and…

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Live Review: Sade at HP Pavilion

Live Review: Sade at HP Pavilion

Get ready, Oakland. Sade brings her fantastic North American tour to the Oracle Arena tonight. After a lively opening set by John Legend and his nine-piece band last nigh at HP Pavilion, Sade rocked the house for nearly two hours with classic 80s lovers rock…

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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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SF Street Food Fest MVP: Il Cane Rosso

SF Street Food Fest MVP: Il Cane Rosso

As you already know, the SF Street Food Festival last weekend kicked some serious ass. But if you missed it, fret not: some of the best flavors are available all-year round in our fantastic culinary mecca. My personal favorite–Il Cane Rosso–is open seven days a…

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Video: The City and Horses, "We Will Never Be Discovered"

Video: The City and Horses, "We Will Never Be Discovered"

Here’s your WTF video of the day: New York indie pop sextet The City and Horses get all shades of whimsical for “We Will Never Be Discovered”…orange shades, that is. The track is from their sophomore effort of the same name, due out September 27…

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Valencia Evening Fair

Valencia Evening Fair

Enjoy an evening of art, merriment and music this Friday at the Valencia Evening Fair. Participating businesses will keep their doors open late for evening shopping. Take advantage of special discounts while enjoying drinks, local music and art. Try on some sneakers at Shoe Biz,…

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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. Del Toro smartly expands on the limited original (it…

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