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Synchronicity, Stanley Kubrick and ‘The Shining: Backwards And Forwards’ Coming to the Roxie

Synchronicity, Stanley Kubrick and ‘The Shining: Backwards And Forwards’ Coming to the Roxie

So you think you already know The Shining inside and out? Well, what about backwards and forwards, superimposed onto itself? It’s been said that this movie was meant to be played in both directions and that there are uncanny synchronicities throughout, moments where the film aligns…

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Meet the Global Curator of Festival Culture Blog ‘Fest300’: Self-Expression, Travel & the Everfest Team Up

Meet the Global Curator of Festival Culture Blog ‘Fest300’: Self-Expression, Travel & the Everfest Team Up

Regarding the global fest culture movement, a perpetually building tidal wave, Fest300 has been the best way to check the surf report. Fest300 is an international festival culture blog, based in San Francisco, built around their coveted list of the best three hundred festivals around the world….

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Gray Area’s 100 Day No Ban Dance Party: Celebration of Diversity & Creative Resistance

Gray Area’s 100 Day No Ban Dance Party: Celebration of Diversity & Creative Resistance

It’s been nearly 100 days since President (*sigh*) Trump took office. There have been plenty of opportunities to shake our fists at the issues, but here’s a chance now to shake our asses. Gray Area, a local education hub, incubator and venue space, which also…

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The Weekend of Contemporary Art: stARTup Art Fair & Art Market Return

The Weekend of Contemporary Art: stARTup Art Fair & Art Market Return

Art shows are always aplenty in this city but the modern and contemporary art genre are expected to take center stage this weekend as Art Market, embarks on Fort Mason with a full list of high-profile galleries. Closeby, stARTup Art Fair, will also be opening up…

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Sell the Heart Records Supports Local Charity Through Fugazi Tribute Album

Sell the Heart Records Supports Local Charity Through Fugazi Tribute Album

Sell the Heart Records, a Bay Area indie label who’s released records by Snipers and Goodriddler, is set to release Everybody Wants Somewhere: A Tribute to Fugazi. Proceeds from the album are also helping to support Taking it to the Streets, a non-profit organization, formed in 2014, that…

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‘David Lynch: The Art Life’ Offers New In-Depth Portrait of the Mysterious Director

‘David Lynch: The Art Life’ Offers New In-Depth Portrait of the Mysterious Director

David Lynch is one very mysterious guy and now the subject of a newly released documentary that’s making its way to the Roxie Theater. And while many, including myself, often feel shorted when the credits roll up at the end of one of his films…

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100+ Free Events Announced for 17th Annual Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

100+ Free Events Announced for 17th Annual Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

World-renowned cultural destination and one of the best urban green spaces in North America, Yerba Buena Gardens, is also home to the 17th Annual Yerba Buena Gardens Festival. This year’s festival includes 100 programs, including music, theater, circus, dance, poetry readings and children’s activities. The…

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12 Outstanding San Francisco International Film Festival Events & Screenings

12 Outstanding San Francisco International Film Festival Events & Screenings

The San Francisco International Film Festival is fast-approaching. And for their 60th anniversary they have added even more film screenings, live acts and special guests to the list. Many of the screenings will include special guests in attendance, including noteable filmmakers, directors, activists and celebrities….

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Proxy Outdoor Movie Theatre Announces Free Spring Film Series

Proxy Outdoor Movie Theatre Announces Free Spring Film Series

Ever notice that area in Hayes Valley with the shipping containers and the outdoor beer garden? That’s where Proxy is located. Proxy is a temporary two-block project with ever-changing food, art, culture, and retail pop-ups. This is also home to the Proxy outdoor theatre which…

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Tom Hanks Special Guest Appearance for 826 Valencia & ScholarMatch Benefit

Tom Hanks Special Guest Appearance for 826 Valencia & ScholarMatch Benefit

Nonprofit 826 Valencia and ScholarMatch are empowering kids by putting educational opportunities in their paths and offering unique writing and college access programs. Among those rooting for these two well-deserving organizations is actor and filmmaker Tom Hanks who is the guest of honor at their…

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Hamilton’s Educational Program Debuts in San Francisco

Hamilton’s Educational Program Debuts in San Francisco

While Hamilton continues to be the hottest ticket on Broadway, selling out shows and raking in an impressive 11 Tony awards (just shy of the 12-Tony record), this musical force doesn’t stop there. Hamilton looks to give back to the community through their educational program, which…

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2017 How Weird Street Faire: Music, Visionary Art, Tech & Trippy Poster Art

2017 How Weird Street Faire: Music, Visionary Art, Tech & Trippy Poster Art

Known for groundbreaking creative events, the organizers of the 18th Annual How Weird Street Faire have been busy planning new ways to wow crowds—even jaded San Franciscans who experience “weird” on a regular basis. The theme for 2017 is “Summer of Weird,” honoring the 50th anniversary of…

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