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Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is as Reflective as it is Timely

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is as Reflective as it is Timely

Although the title of the film is Roma, it’s not named after the Italian city. Rather it’s named after the Mexico City neighborhood where director, Alfonso Cuarón grew up. European film influences are evident throughout; from the name that’s shared with the black & white Fellini classic, to…

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Rosanne Cash and Ry Cooder Perform the Music of Johnny Cash in San Francisco

Rosanne Cash and Ry Cooder Perform the Music of Johnny Cash in San Francisco

Here’s a unique opportunity to experience the music of Johnny Cash as performed by his daughter Rosanne Cash and acclaimed guitarist Ry Cooder. The War Memorial Opera House will be the stage on December 5th and 6th – tickets for the show on the 5th…

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An All-Star Tribute to “The King” with Jello Biafra, Ben Fong-Torres, Elvis Herselvis

An All-Star Tribute to “The King” with Jello Biafra, Ben Fong-Torres, Elvis Herselvis

It’s all Elvis, all night at the Make-Out Room, with the San Francisco Elvis All-Stars. But wait, some of the younger folk might say, “Well, who’s Elvis?” Duh, Elvis Presley, was only the legendary singer who caused a cultural break with the past and introduced…

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Bi-Rite Café Kiosk Makes it to Civic Center Plaza

Bi-Rite Café Kiosk Makes it to Civic Center Plaza

On October 24th, the landmark market, Bi-Rite

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July Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

July Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

While you’re planning your July 4th celebrations, also save time for some quality film time—including some tidbits of Americana. There are a few throwbacks to the 60s, 70s, and 80s, and tributes to PBS TV’s kid favorite Mister Rogers, as well as Saturday Night Live’s superstar…

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Flower Piano Serenades Golden Gate Park: Twelve Days, Twelve Pianos & the SF Botanical Garden

Flower Piano Serenades Golden Gate Park: Twelve Days, Twelve Pianos & the SF Botanical Garden

Flower Piano, now in its 4th year, returns to Golden Gate Park with twelve pianos strategically placed amongst 55 acres of beautiful gardens. The San Francisco Botanical Garden’s Flower Piano extravaganza takes place for twelve days, July 5th to the 16th, and gives the public…

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Movie Nights on the Beach: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk’s Free Outdoor Film Series Returns

Movie Nights on the Beach: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk’s Free Outdoor Film Series Returns

If catching an old school movie favorite while at the beach sounds dreamy, it might be time for a quick trip down to Santa Cruz. Between June 20th and August 15th, the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is offering free movies on the beach every Wednesday night…

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June Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

June Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

Summer is here so let the festivals begin! There are experimental films, documentaries, and some romantic dramas. Only a few teasers will be featured here because really, to make the most out of a festival it takes a little research. That’s especially true when your options…

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Art Show Pick: Amsterdam Artist Mando Marie’s “One Trick” Solo Exhibition at First Amendment Gallery

Art Show Pick: Amsterdam Artist Mando Marie’s “One Trick” Solo Exhibition at First Amendment Gallery

Amanda Marie, or as she is more artistically known Mando Marie, is exhibiting at the First Amendment Gallery in San Francisco from June 2nd to June 22nd. For her “One Trick” solo exhibition, you’ll see why she is considered a renowned painter and stencilist. Her materials of…

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Inflatable and Colossal Works of Art Are Popping Up at the Exploratorium

Inflatable and Colossal Works of Art Are Popping Up at the Exploratorium

The Exploratorium is daring you to become intellectually interactive this summer. Visit the museum from May 26 through September 3 and they promise that even long-time visitors will see the museum space in a whole new way. To do this, they have partnered with Colossal,…

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Highway 1 is Expected to Reopen its Full Big Sur Scenic Route in September

Highway 1 is Expected to Reopen its Full Big Sur Scenic Route in September

Update July 17, 2018: The portion of Highway 1 that connects Los Angeles to San Francisco is reopening earlier than expected. Caltrans has announced it will ready for travelers on Wednesday, July 18. —- The heart of Big Sur has been broken in two since Highway 1…

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San Francisco Conservatory of Dance to Have its Last Dance This Summer

San Francisco Conservatory of Dance to Have its Last Dance This Summer

Summer Rhatigan, who serves as the artistic director and founder of the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, sadly announced that the school’s closure will be this August. She started the school in 2004 with her husband. The loss of their home in Glen Ellen during…

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