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Meet Local Writer Dave Eggers

Meet Local Writer Dave Eggers

The author of a Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius, Zeitoun, What is the What, and most recently A Hologram for the King will be making an appearance at Green Apple Books to sign copies of his latest book.

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Divisadero Summer Art Walk

Divisadero Summer Art Walk

Divisadero Art Walk returns for a summertime edition that promises to be a fantastic way to spend a (hopefully) warm summer night eating, drinking and taking a gander at what local artists and designers have to offer.

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LeVar Burton and Team Launch New Reading Rainbow App

LeVar Burton and Team Launch New Reading Rainbow App

Take a look, it’s not a book, but a new iPad app for Reading Rainbow meant to encourage reading in a generation doomed to go without the televised form of  Sesame Street after its cancellation due to budget constraints in 2006.

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Occupy Installation Recognizes Role of Artists in Political Struggles

Occupy Installation Recognizes Role of Artists in Political Struggles

The Bay Area has been at the forefront of the fight to foment political change, pushing for the rights of those communities that have been marginalized by government policies and the public at large.

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Two-Day Etta James Tribute at Fillmore Jazz Festival

Two-Day Etta James Tribute at Fillmore Jazz Festival

It’s that time of year again–the Fillmore Jazz Festival is coming to San Francisco for a free two-day extravaganza featuring music, food, local arts and crafts and a special homage to Etta James.

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Abandoned Objects and Spaces as Memories at Alter Space

Abandoned Objects and Spaces as Memories at Alter Space

The latest exhibition at Alter Space transforms the walls of the gallery space by adding print and paint while creating the illusion of meandering through an old abandoned house. 

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Brainy Black Humor Infuses the Art of David Shrigley

Brainy Black Humor Infuses the Art of David Shrigley

In San Francisco, for many of us, our pets are almost like children and the thought of losing one brings so much trepidation that surely some of us have jokingly considered stuffing our pug or Pomeranian postmortem.

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Mission Landmark Adobe Books to Close

Mission Landmark Adobe Books to Close

Adobe Books, a 24-year-old neighborhood institution, has announced they will be closing their doors at the end of August much to the chagrin of local readers.

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Interview: Photographer Dallis Willard In Conversation

Interview: Photographer Dallis Willard In Conversation

Local photographer Dallis Willard takes photos that capture the essence of San Francisco, working in a way that makes the quotidian come alive through the eccentric characters and situations he comes across traversing the city streets.

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SFMOMA to Pursue Innovative Projects During Closure

SFMOMA to Pursue Innovative Projects During Closure

The town has been abuzz with the recent news that SFMOMA could be closed for close to three years to perform public-friendly renovations and a major expansion that will double the amount of gallery space.

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Ernest Cline Discusses New Novel, Announces DeLorean Giveaway

Ernest Cline Discusses New Novel, Announces DeLorean Giveaway

If you’ve seen Back to the Future more times than you can count, love the films of John Hughes, think New Wave music is still top notch and have dreamed of owning your own DeLorean, Ernest Cline might be your new favorite author.

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Five Reasons to See American Idiot the Musical

Five Reasons to See American Idiot the Musical

Since their meteoric rise to international punk-pop fame in 1994 with their hit album Dookie, Green Day has inspired fans locally in the Bay Area and around the entire world.

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