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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

The heart of Big Sur has been broken in two since Highway 1 closed last April. The following month on May 20th, 2017, Mud Creek had a major slide that added 5 million cubic yards of even more disaster to the situation. However, Caltrans has…

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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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St. Francis Fountain Reaches 100 Years, Plus Plans Temporary Close for a Few Weeks

St. Francis Fountain Reaches 100 Years, Plus Plans Temporary Close for a Few Weeks

St. Francis Fountain, that old school diner you might have passed on 24th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco, is hitting 100 years! Making it through 100 years of business is no small achievement and they are rightly celebrating and taking a short break. Co-owner…

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May Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

May Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

The month of May serves up a mixed, multicultural buffet of movies. There’s a documentary by an anthropologist-filmmaker about a California boy who joins his mother in Mexico. There are two sci-fi/fantasies, one by a prolific underground film director, and the other by an Afrofuturist jazz…

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StARTup Art Fair, Plus Creativity Explored Non-Profit Accepting Art Supply Donations for SF Design Week Project

StARTup Art Fair, Plus Creativity Explored Non-Profit Accepting Art Supply Donations for SF Design Week Project

Creativity and art are bursting at the seams this month in San Francisco, but we can all agree this is a common occurrence here. So much so that some events offer events within events. For example, In/Visible Talks is offering two events with the non-profit art…

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Maker Faire Bay Area 2018 Brings Together the Wide World of Tech, Art, and Imagination

Maker Faire Bay Area 2018 Brings Together the Wide World of Tech, Art, and Imagination

The Maker Faire returns to the Bay Area with over 1,200 curated projects—spanning music, art, science, health, robotics, and the latest in imaginative inventions—May 18th through the 20th at the San Mateo County Event Center. If you want to see out-of-the-box innovation, wild ideas become tangible objects, and inanimate…

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The Ultimate Pizza Lover’s Book ‘Pizzapedia’ Deliciously Illustrated by Bay Area Artist Dan Bransfield

The Ultimate Pizza Lover’s Book ‘Pizzapedia’ Deliciously Illustrated by Bay Area Artist Dan Bransfield

Warning to pizza lovers: Dan Bransfield’s new illustrated book, Pizzapedia, might initiate a pizza craving. This guide to everyone’s favorite food, published by Ten Speed Press, is the ultimate book for those who can never have too much pizza in their lives. Filled with colorful illustrations…

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April Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

April Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

Not everyone gets to go to film school, but when you live in the SF Bay Area there’s no lack of immersion and education when it comes to local and international films, from both the past and present. All this month, there are back to…

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Free Outdoor Film Series at Hayes Valley’s PROXY Theater Returns

Free Outdoor Film Series at Hayes Valley’s PROXY Theater Returns

Beginning on March 30th, you can head over to the PROXY Walk-In Theater in Hayes Valley for their outdoor film series. Each Friday night, from March 30th to May 4th, offers a new film of choice, full of drama, tension, and glory. This year’s series…

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The Roxie Deep Dives into Old School Subversive Cinema Series

The Roxie Deep Dives into Old School Subversive Cinema Series

Are you ready for a classic-Hollywood binge-weekend at the Roxie? Twelve societally-current films from the 1930s to 1960s will be shown over a 4-day weekend. From Friday, March 23 to Monday, March 26, The Dark Side of the Dream series plays out “Subversive Cinema for…

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Cartoonist & Invention Illustrator Rube Goldberg’s Career-Spanning Exhibition on View at the CJM

Cartoonist & Invention Illustrator Rube Goldberg’s Career-Spanning Exhibition on View at the CJM

The artworks of Rube Goldberg, the San Francisco-born cartoonist, will be shown at The Contemporary Jewish Museum (CJM) beginning on Thursday, March 15th. There are over 75 original drawings, sketches, personal interviews, films to watch, plus a wealth of other materials on display—and all filtered through the creative…

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