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Pride Month: The National Queer Arts Festival

Pride Month: The National Queer Arts Festival

All throughout the month of June, events will be happening throughout the city celebrating the fifteenth annual National Queer Arts Festival.

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Novelist Christopher Buckley in Conversation

Novelist Christopher Buckley in Conversation

American political satirist Christopher Buckley comes to town Tuesday, June 12 to discuss his newest novel They Eat Puppies, Don’t They? at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

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Photographs from the Traina Collection at the de Young

Photographs from the Traina Collection at the de Young

San Francisco native Trevor Traina displays his personal collection of photos from some of the most eminent photographers of the past and current century starting June 9, 2012 at the de Young Museum.

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Cartoonist Ted Rall in Conversation

Cartoonist Ted Rall in Conversation

Cartoonist, writer, graphic novelist and independent journalist Ted Rall presents his latest effort The Book of Obama: From Hope and Change to the Age of Revolt at Modern Times Bookstore Collective Thursday, June 7, 2012 at 7:00 pm.

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Artist Mary Button Durell Returns After Eight Year Absence

Artist Mary Button Durell Returns After Eight Year Absence

In an upcoming show at La Boutique, visual artist and sculpturist Mary Button Durell presents Flash: New Works, her first public exhibition in eight years.

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The Past and the Future of Street Art

The Past and the Future of Street Art

Coming soon to Intersection for the Arts is Motion Graphics: In and Beyond the Street, a group exhibition featuring six artists that make interactions with the public sphere an integral part of their craft.

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Barry Gifford and Willy Vlautin at City Lights

Barry Gifford and Willy Vlautin at City Lights

In his long and storied career, prolific writer Barry Gifford has produced over forty works ranging from poetry to fiction to nonfiction, some of which have garnered numerous honors.

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Contemporary Mexican Culture Night at SFMOMA

Contemporary Mexican Culture Night at SFMOMA

Multimedia art duo Los Jaichackers host a night focusing on the art, history and cultural traditions of Mexico at SFMOMA Thursday, May 31, from 6 pm to 9:45 pm.

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Owen Smith Designs Literary Inspired Art for BART

Owen Smith Designs Literary Inspired Art for BART

If your daily commute includes a stint on BART you’ve probably become pretty familiar with some of the advertisements that adorn the walls of the train cars and platforms.

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Central Market Neighborhood Finds Creative Uses for Vacant Newsstands

Central Market Neighborhood Finds Creative Uses for Vacant Newsstands

Hurrying down Market Street, anyone could easily miss one of the solitary green metal monsters that look as if they sprouted out of the concrete, and were once a requisite stop for the morning commuter.

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Touring the ArtMRKT

Touring the ArtMRKT

Since May began art lovers have been inundated with a number of international art fairs and exhibitions giving everyone, from über-wealthy patrons to young millenials, a chance to rub elbows with artists and perhaps see something new.

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Woody Allen’s ‘The Kugelmass Episode’ Comes on Stage

Woody Allen’s ‘The Kugelmass Episode’ Comes on Stage

A live performance of the Woody Allen short story The Kugelmass Episode, presented by the Word for Word Performing Arts Company, comes to San Francisco Thursday, May 24, 2012.

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