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Local Art, Music and Tech Collective 20Mission Transforms The Village For A Night

Local Art, Music and Tech Collective 20Mission Transforms The Village For A Night

It’s not easy being an artist in San Francisco and (arguably less) a business entrepreneur in this unpredictable and tech-centric economy. Ideas can be short lived, competition fierce and the possibility of failure high. Yet, there are some spaces where creative types find success and…

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Puppet Master Wayne White (Pee-Wee’s Playhouse) Ass Kicking Contest Show

Puppet Master Wayne White (Pee-Wee’s Playhouse) Ass Kicking Contest Show

The television show Pee-Wee’s Playhouse is best remembered for its off-brand eccentricity, offering kids of the late 80s a chance to suspend reality along with its somewhat neurotic main character, Pee-Wee, played by actor Paul Reubens. Yet, with atypical characters like Randy, a bullying redheaded…

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16 Things to See and Do at Maker Faire Bay Area

16 Things to See and Do at Maker Faire Bay Area

The “Greatest Show and Tell on Earth” is coming to the Bay Area with over 900 exhibitors, 12 stages, more than 300 presentations. There are more things to see and do than a human could ever cover in only two days, so we put together…

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Beneath The Sheaths – Exhibiting Chef’s Tools of the Trade

Beneath The Sheaths – Exhibiting Chef’s Tools of the Trade

The relationship between a chef and his or her tools in the kitchen is something that is often misunderstood by the dining public. Now, those tools of the craft will be on display at an exhibit in San Francisco’s Mission District.

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SF Style: Easy Chic at 851 Reading Series

SF Style: Easy Chic at 851 Reading Series

851 is a monthly reading series (dubbed by City Lights Bookstore as “by far, one of the most exciting reading series in San Francisco”) hosted by Janey Smith, located in a derelict apartment in Lower Haight lit entirely by tea lights, votives, and those Saint…

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The Full Cointreau Experience

The Full Cointreau Experience

The idea of pop-ups is going the way of cocktails this week with the unique and one-of-a-kind launch – for two nights only – in San Francisco of La Maison Cointreau.

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World’s Largest LED Light Structure Part of Bay Bridge Construction

World’s Largest LED Light Structure Part of Bay Bridge Construction

In what can only be termed “a bright idea,” the California Department of Transportation is working with internationally acclaimed artist Leo Villareal to create the world’s largest LED light sculpture on the western span of the Bay Bridge.

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So You Think You Can Paint? Club Six Hosts a Free Painting Party

So You Think You Can Paint? Club Six Hosts a Free Painting Party

SoMA nightclub Club Six hosts a fun, free and interactive happy hour that is unlike any other in San Francisco—or anywhere else, really. Dubbed So You Think You Can Paint?, every Thursday night the club opens its doors and offers canvas, paint and brushes to…

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Sweets Collection – The Art You Can Eat

Sweets Collection – The Art You Can Eat

The second in a series of a look behind some of the vendors at the SF Street Food Festival brings us to Mexico and a traditional dessert that is the center of that country’s culture.

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Before I Die…

Before I Die…

There’s a community-fueled public art project going on called “Before I Die”. It was started in New Orleans by artist Candy Chang and it was recently in Brooklyn, NY. Using simple stencils and chalk, it asks people what they would like to go/do/be before they…

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Vice’s The Creators Project Comes to SF

Vice’s The Creators Project Comes to SF

Youth global media company VICE has teamed up with old guard computing corporation Intel for a sizeable two-day arts and technology event to be held at Fort Mason March 17-18.

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“Make Love”: San Francisco Community Art Installation

“Make Love”: San Francisco Community Art Installation

This weekend (January 28th and 29th), Daniel Castro Photography will be hosting a communal art project, “Make Love.” “Make Love” is a fundraiser for SF Camerawork. There will be an open-air photography studio. Everyone in the community is invited to partake in this installation piece….

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