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An Evening with Rolling Stone Photographer Baron Wolman

An Evening with Rolling Stone Photographer Baron Wolman

Meet the first Chief Photographer for Rolling Stone magazine, Baron Wolman, this Friday, October 19th, during a special event at Hotel Zeppelin. Ten of his original photographs will be on display and Wolman will lead an exclusive presentation of his work at the first Woodstock….

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Coit Tower Recognized as “Nationally Significant” at 85

Coit Tower Recognized as “Nationally Significant” at 85

Coit Tower is a San Francisco landmark. On October 8th, it turned 85 years old and was recently granted the title of being a “nationally significant” historic location on the National Register of Historic Places. Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a wealthy philanthropist, was known for her love…

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Call for Artist Submissions to MUTEK SF 2019 Festival

Call for Artist Submissions to MUTEK SF 2019 Festival

MUTEK San Francisco is gearing up for their second live festival event; which includes audio and visual art pieces from participants all over the U.S. And they’re inviting artists to send in their submissions for a chance to be featured at the next Bay Area festival,…

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10 Artists Whose Artwork Screams Halloween

10 Artists Whose Artwork Screams Halloween

It’s that time of year again; ghouls, ghosts, costumes, candy, and of course all things spooky—it’s Halloween! We’re already getting excited for the big day and put together a little slideshow with artists whose work celebrates October 31st all year round. Check out the eerily…

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Ghost Ship Halloween: Barco Fantasma Cancelled

Ghost Ship Halloween: Barco Fantasma Cancelled

After a decade of annual Halloween parties, the organizers of the annual Ghost Ship have canceled this year’s music event at SVN West. Each Ghost Ship invited musicians an artists to display their talents to thousands through an interactive experience bound together by a theme;…

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15th Anniversary of SF Trolley Dances Travels from Mission Bay to SFMOMA

15th Anniversary of SF Trolley Dances Travels from Mission Bay to SFMOMA

October 8 Update: Due to the continued closure of Salesforce Park while construction crews repair two cracked beams, Epiphany Dance Theater and Biederman Redevelopment Ventures have decided to cancel Transit Dances: Night Trolley. It was originally scheduled for this Friday, October 12, but now the…

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5 Facts about Spike Lee’s Newest Film ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Before SFFILM’s Onstage Tribute & Screening

5 Facts about Spike Lee’s Newest Film ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Before SFFILM’s Onstage Tribute & Screening

Filmmaker Spike Lee will be a guest of honor in San Francisco next week, as he gives an in-depth onstage conversation about his career and creative process, followed by a screening of his latest film, BlacKkKlansman. For Spike Lee’s film, he is struck by the current and impossible-to-ignore prevalence of…

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A New Theater Show in Oakland is Bringing the Barbary Coast Era to Life Inside a Big Top Circus Tent

A New Theater Show in Oakland is Bringing the Barbary Coast Era to Life Inside a Big Top Circus Tent

An immersive, circus-infused, scandalous, and historic dinner-theater experience is coming to downtown Oakland this month. The Soiled Dove, inspired by the Bay Area’s notorious Gold Rush & Barbary Coast era, kicks off September 28, with shows every Friday and Saturday evenings through November 17. The…

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Pop Up Magazine is Back in San Francisco for its Biggest Show Yet

Pop Up Magazine is Back in San Francisco for its Biggest Show Yet

For some, Pop Up Magazine is synonymous with the changing seasons. For its Fall 2018 installment, the multi-dimensional show—which brings to life a “live magazine” concept, featuring a night filled with “true stories about the fascinating world around us”—will entertain San Francisco, not for two,…

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National Geographic Sharks Photography Exhibition Opening at Berkeley’s David Brower Center

National Geographic Sharks Photography Exhibition Opening at Berkeley’s David Brower Center

National Geographic photographer and award-winning photojournalist Brian Skerry is bringing the public into his fascinating underwater world with Art/Act: Brian Skerry – SHARKS, a new in-depth exhibition at Berkeley’s David Brower Center. The exhibition will include a collection of large-scale images and videos, and Skerry himself will be…

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Free SF Museum Day, Do-Over Block Party, SF Giants Star Wars Day, Oakland’s Best Beer + Food, Slim’s 30th Anniversary

Free SF Museum Day, Do-Over Block Party, SF Giants Star Wars Day, Oakland’s Best Beer + Food, Slim’s 30th Anniversary

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. San Francisco Museum Free Day – Green Thursday Today from 5pm – 9pm at SFMOMA, YBCA, MOAD, Jewseum & More Eat Real…

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War on Drugs, Ghirardelli Chocolate Fest, Post Malone, Game of Thrones in Concert and More Events This Week

War on Drugs, Ghirardelli Chocolate Fest, Post Malone, Game of Thrones in Concert and More Events This Week

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. Analog African Eve – Lagos Roots & Orchestra Gold Friday at Rickshaw Stop BUY TICKETS Bay Area Now 8 – Opening Night…

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