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Cult Classic “The Warriors” Comes Out to Play at the Roxie Theater

Cult Classic “The Warriors” Comes Out to Play at the Roxie Theater

Maybe it was timed perfectly or perhaps it’s just a coincidence, but our Warriors are in midst of another playoff run, and on Thursday, May 23rd (not a game night), The Warriors will screen at the Roxie Theater as a part of a “Cult Classic…

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‘Ed Hardy: Deeper Than Skin’ Opens at the de Young in July

‘Ed Hardy: Deeper Than Skin’ Opens at the de Young in July

A retrospective exhibit on the life of tattoo artist Don Ed Hardy is coming to the de Young Museum this summer. The exhibition includes more than 300 paintings, drawings, prints, custom designs, and three-dimensional works. Ed Hardy: Deeper Than Skin, opening on Saturday, July 13th,…

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Chillwave Duo Poolside Playing DJ Set for Annual Fundraiser in Oakland

Chillwave Duo Poolside Playing DJ Set for Annual Fundraiser in Oakland

LA-based duo Poolside will be playing a DJ set in support of Ziggurat Late Night, the annual fundraiser at Oakland Museum of California (OMCA). The 21+ fundraiser, $75 to attend, supports OMCA’s programming, exhibitions, and events. Attendees can sample the museum’s exhibits (like Queer California:…

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Disney’s Frozen the Broadway Musical Coming to SF

Disney’s Frozen the Broadway Musical Coming to SF

The Tony Award-nominated musical Frozen, based on the animated Disney film, is touring North America. And Bay Area theatre company SHN (Shorenstein Hays Nederlander) has secured the all-new production for a run of performances at Orpheum Theatre during the 2020-2021 season. The creative team for…

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Local Comedian Kaseem Bentley Hosts Free Album Release Party

Local Comedian Kaseem Bentley Hosts Free Album Release Party

Bay Area stand-up comedian Kaseem Bentley is releasing his debut album, Lakeview, this week via Blonde Medicine; inviting fans to join his album release party on May 3rd at iL Pirata, in the grey area where the Mission becomes Potrero Hill. Kaseem, who was born…

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Support Your Local Artists, One Selfie at a Time

Support Your Local Artists, One Selfie at a Time

If you do a search for ‘great SF Bay Area artists’ it’s sure to turn up a rabbit hole of results. Technology is funny like that. It can’t always replace what you’re sure to learn from hands-on experience. From May 6th – May 9th, The Great Northern…

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Musicians From Trump-Banned Countries Performing at Brava Theater Center

Musicians From Trump-Banned Countries Performing at Brava Theater Center

A little more than two years after President Trump’s travel ban took effect, a group of artists from the banned countries will be performing at the Brava Theater in San Francisco on May 5th. Presented by Red Poppy Art House and curated by Dina Zarif,…

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La Frontera Between Art and Activism

La Frontera Between Art and Activism

As the country seems to grow more diverse with each passing day, LA FRONTERA brings the conversation of national identity front and center. On Thursday, April 25th, the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco will host works by artists in LA FRONTERA, an exhibition that navigates Mexico/US border relations and…

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Okuda San Miguel Brings Collaborations of Color and Life to Heron Arts

Okuda San Miguel Brings Collaborations of Color and Life to Heron Arts

Heron Arts is bringing in the Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel for his first exhibition in San Francisco this Friday, April 26th. For this show, entitled Metamorphosis, the artist has created original works as well as curated and collaborated with other international artists such as…

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Yerba Buena Gardens Unveils 100 Free Programs for 2019 Annual Festival

Yerba Buena Gardens Unveils 100 Free Programs for 2019 Annual Festival

Beginning next Saturday, the Yerba Buena Gardens will be hosting free outdoor programs over the next six months as part of the 2019 annual festival, which includes more than 100 individual events. Each and every week, the YBG Festival presents a curated lineup of global…

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Get a Preview of the Art at This Year’s Burning Man

Get a Preview of the Art at This Year’s Burning Man

For those who have always wondered about the work involved to create the art projects at Burning Man, this is an exciting evening. At the Desert Arts Preview artists give an overview of the projects they’ll be bringing this year, while sharing their inspirations &…

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Newly Transformed Presidio Theatre Opening This Fall

Newly Transformed Presidio Theatre Opening This Fall

The historic Presidio Theatre, originally built in 1938, will re-open to the public this September as a performing arts center. Over the years, the theatre has mainly served as a movie theatre and assembly hall. But before this remodel, very few changes had been made…

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