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SF Public Library Users Now Have Access to 30,000 Films via ‘Kanopy’ Streaming Video Platform

SF Public Library Users Now Have Access to 30,000 Films via ‘Kanopy’ Streaming Video Platform

  Just when you thought you’ve exhausted your Netflix list, for reals this time, there’s a whole other on-demand video platform to indulge in…free of charge to SF Public Library card members. Kanopy’s curated collection of more than 30,000 films, including movies and documentaries from award-winning filmmakers,…

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We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

We’re Due for a Litquake: Literary Festival Shakes It Up

This Saturday, the Litquake Literary Festival returns to locations all across the Bay for five-days of storytelling with voices in poetry, non-fiction, fiction and film. Authors and artists from literally all over the globe will come together to serenade inquiring minds with musings on community…

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10 Old School Scary Movies Creeping Back into SF Bay Area Theaters this October

10 Old School Scary Movies Creeping Back into SF Bay Area Theaters this October

With Halloween landing on a Tuesday this year, there will be a ton of parties through the weekend and spilling out onto Monday and Tuesdays. Between costume changes, or if you’re one to just straight opt out of all that party noise and want to…

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Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Unfortunately, these days, it’s rare to not hear about another San Francisco creative space that’s in danger of disappearing. It’s an all too familiar story for many artists across the Bay, as studios and other venues for radical experimentation have slowly folded in the wake…

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Free Event Series: ‘Commons on 3rd Thursdays’ Transforms SF Civic Center into a Block Party

Free Event Series: ‘Commons on 3rd Thursdays’ Transforms SF Civic Center into a Block Party

Tomorrow is the third in a series of four evening events dubbed, Commons on 3rd Thursdays. The community event converts the Civic Center public areas into a fun environment for all ages with music, activities, food, and drink options. This new initiative is thanks to a…

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Museum of Ice Cream Additional Tickets on Sale Today, Plus 5 Steps to Instagram Heaven

Museum of Ice Cream Additional Tickets on Sale Today, Plus 5 Steps to Instagram Heaven

As of now, there are only a handful of individuals who haven’t heard of Museum of Ice Cream‘s festive arrival to San Francisco or haven’t seen the colorfully transformed building on Grant Avenue downtown. The tickets to the traveling museum, which previously caused serious meltdowns in…

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East Coast Curator Jonathan LeVine Brings an All-Star Lineup to Heron Arts

East Coast Curator Jonathan LeVine Brings an All-Star Lineup to Heron Arts

Heron Arts has invited East Coaster Jonathan LeVine to guest curate their upcoming “East Looks West” art show, opening this Saturday. The show is a celebration of two coasts interconnected stylistically, digitally and by the artists themselves—many who are west coast natives and transplants alike. The…

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J-Pop Summit Brings the Ramen, Tech & Playful Fashion to San Francisco

J-Pop Summit Brings the Ramen, Tech & Playful Fashion to San Francisco

San Francisco’s annual Japanese cultural festival, J-Pop Summit, returns for its ninth year. The event celebrates Japan’s distinct pop music, unique fashion, cutting-edge technology, colorful anime, as well as delicious food and drinks offerings. Among the 20,000 people anticipated to attend, expect lots of costumes,…

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The Oregon Eclipse Gathering in Totality: Photos & More from Big Summit Prairie

The Oregon Eclipse Gathering in Totality: Photos & More from Big Summit Prairie

While thick cloud cover trolled the Bay Area during this week’s total solar eclipse, flocks of fortunate sun seekers chased a conglomerate of festival producers up to Big Summit Prairie, Oregon, to catch the event in totality. In an off-year of their widely praised festival,…

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Six Upcoming Events for Small Press, Zine & Comic Book Fans (SF Zine Fest & More)

Six Upcoming Events for Small Press, Zine & Comic Book Fans (SF Zine Fest & More)

Over the last couple of years, the end of August has also signified the unofficial start of comic and zine season here in San Francisco. Here are six upcoming events for fans of the old-school, one-page zine to independent publishing, to the cape-wearing superhero variety….

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Hamilton Announces its Return to San Francisco in Early 2019

Hamilton Announces its Return to San Francisco in Early 2019

Just as the final San Francisco performance of Hamilton is about to take place, producer Jeffrey Seller announced its plans to return in early 2019. The first national tour of Hamilton opened in San Francisco on March 10, 2017 and the final SF performance is Saturday,…

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10 Creepy Abandoned Places We’re Tempted to Explore

10 Creepy Abandoned Places We’re Tempted to Explore

Spaces all around the Bay Area have deep histories and have undergone unforeseeable transmutations. You’d be foolhardy not to expect that haunting feeling from time to time, especially in some of its long-since abandoned spaces. You don’t have to be midway through a graveyard séance…

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