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Pop-Up Magazine Returns to Oakland with Thought-Provoking Lineup of Guests

Pop-Up Magazine Returns to Oakland with Thought-Provoking Lineup of Guests

Pop-Up Magazine, the hugely successful live show, is returning with its spring issue at Oakland’s Paramount Theater on Thursday, May 10th. Always measuring the nation’s pulse, the upcoming show will deliver Pop-Up Magazine’s potent cocktail of politically aware glances, humorist human interest vignettes, and artful performances. The…

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StARTup Art Fair, Plus Creativity Explored Non-Profit Accepting Art Supply Donations for SF Design Week Project

StARTup Art Fair, Plus Creativity Explored Non-Profit Accepting Art Supply Donations for SF Design Week Project

Creativity and art are bursting at the seams this month in San Francisco, but we can all agree this is a common occurrence here. So much so that some events offer events within events. For example, In/Visible Talks is offering two events with the non-profit art…

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Clusterfest Expands 2018 Lineup: Wu-Tang Clan, John Mulaney, Nick Kroll & More

Clusterfest Expands 2018 Lineup: Wu-Tang Clan, John Mulaney, Nick Kroll & More

Organizers for the second annual comedy and music festival known as Clusterfest announced additions to the 2018 lineup, including the Wu-Tang Clan, T-Pain, John Mulaney, and Nick Kroll. Also recently added to this year’s three-day event are Jeff Ross, Bianca Del Rio, Michael Rapaport (recording…

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Maker Faire Bay Area 2018 Brings Together the Wide World of Tech, Art, and Imagination

Maker Faire Bay Area 2018 Brings Together the Wide World of Tech, Art, and Imagination

The Maker Faire returns to the Bay Area with over 1,200 curated projects—spanning music, art, science, health, robotics, and the latest in imaginative inventions—May 18th through the 20th at the San Mateo County Event Center. If you want to see out-of-the-box innovation, wild ideas become tangible objects, and inanimate…

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‘Animation Reimagined’ at Modern Eden Gallery Transports Cartoon Favorites into an Alternative Art Universe

‘Animation Reimagined’ at Modern Eden Gallery Transports Cartoon Favorites into an Alternative Art Universe

Animation Reimagined at Modern Eden will have your favorite cartoon characters looking even sleeker, sexier, and possibly more tripped out than you had remembered them. Michael Cuffe of Warholian has curated an all-star crew of established and emerging artists for this show, with each artist asked…

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The Ultimate Pizza Lover’s Book ‘Pizzapedia’ Deliciously Illustrated by Bay Area Artist Dan Bransfield

The Ultimate Pizza Lover’s Book ‘Pizzapedia’ Deliciously Illustrated by Bay Area Artist Dan Bransfield

Warning to pizza lovers: Dan Bransfield’s new illustrated book, Pizzapedia, might initiate a pizza craving. This guide to everyone’s favorite food, published by Ten Speed Press, is the ultimate book for those who can never have too much pizza in their lives. Filled with colorful illustrations…

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April Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

April Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

Not everyone gets to go to film school, but when you live in the SF Bay Area there’s no lack of immersion and education when it comes to local and international films, from both the past and present. All this month, there are back to…

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Dub Nation Takes Over SOMArts with Warriors-Themed Art Show

Dub Nation Takes Over SOMArts with Warriors-Themed Art Show

In its second installation, “Dubz Against the World” swishes into SOMArts Cultural Center over the weekend of April 6-8 with a gallery collection that’s sure to rally both art and basketball fans alike. The show will feature works from over 50 local and national artists…

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San Francisco Opera is Looking for On-Stage Extras

San Francisco Opera is Looking for On-Stage Extras

The San Francisco Opera is looking for extras! Specifically, adult males and children (girls and boys) are needed for the Opera’s upcoming productions of the Ring Cycle, Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci, Roberto Devereux, Tosca and Arabella.  No experience is required and there is no charge to audition. Sorry,…

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Free Outdoor Film Series at Hayes Valley’s PROXY Theater Returns

Free Outdoor Film Series at Hayes Valley’s PROXY Theater Returns

Beginning on March 30th, you can head over to the PROXY Walk-In Theater in Hayes Valley for their outdoor film series. Each Friday night, from March 30th to May 4th, offers a new film of choice, full of drama, tension, and glory. This year’s series…

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The Roxie Deep Dives into Old School Subversive Cinema Series

The Roxie Deep Dives into Old School Subversive Cinema Series

Are you ready for a classic-Hollywood binge-weekend at the Roxie? Twelve societally-current films from the 1930s to 1960s will be shown over a 4-day weekend. From Friday, March 23 to Monday, March 26, The Dark Side of the Dream series plays out “Subversive Cinema for…

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James Comey & Pete Souza Headline Curran Theater’s SHOW & TELL Speaker Series

James Comey & Pete Souza Headline Curran Theater’s SHOW & TELL Speaker Series

San Francisco’s historic Curran theater will host two significant political figures over the next two months. As part of the theater’s SHOW & TELL series, former FBI Director James Comey, and former White House photographer Pete Souza will each their own one-night-only engagements. Given the currently controversial…

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