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Movie Review: God Bless America

Movie Review: God Bless America

God Bless America is, at it’s core, a rage-fantasy film. It’s a twisted take on the Bonnie and Clyde archetype finding a middle-aged curmudgeon and his female teenage sidekick on a killing spree to rid the world of the scum of American society. Also, it’s…

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San Francisco Fine Art Fair Returns

San Francisco Fine Art Fair Returns

Back for its third year since its reemergence in 2010, the S.F. Fine Art Fair brings together the latest work in modern and contemporary art in the fields of painting, print, photography, sculpture and glass-work.

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A Psychedelic Trip Back to Hong Kong in the 1960s

A Psychedelic Trip Back to Hong Kong in the 1960s

As a visitor to San Francisco’s Chinatown, artist Adrian Wong noticed an uncannily familiar visual aesthetic resonating from the architecture while roaming the streets.

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Two Samuel Beckett Plays Reinterpreted at American Conservatory Theater

Two Samuel Beckett Plays Reinterpreted at American Conservatory Theater

Fans of the work of Irish playwright Samuel Beckett can see the latest incarnation of his absurd dark comedy Endgame along with Play starting May 9 at the American Conservatory Theater.

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Movie Review: Sound of My Voice

Movie Review: Sound of My Voice

In the taut, gripping first scene of writer-director Zal Batmanglij and co-writer Brit Marling’s elliptical drama and Sundance Festival favorite, Sound of My Voice, a somber, twenty-something couple, Peter Aitken (Christopher Denham) and Lorna Michaelson (Nicole Vicius), drive to an outwardly ordinary house somewhere in…

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SF International Film Festival: Closing Night and Award Winners

SF International Film Festival: Closing Night and Award Winners

All good things need to come to a close and so does the 55th year of the San Francisco International Film Festival. After two weeks of bringing films from all around the film to the Bay Area it’s only fitting they should end with a…

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My Evening with David Sedaris-review

My Evening with David Sedaris-review

Last night I had the distinct pleasure of attending An Evening with David Sedaris, a benefit for scholarships at California College of the Arts. Seeing Mr. Sedaris in person only amplifies the unique character that he is, a charming and unassuming little man who sweetly…

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Group Works to Open Shuttered Divisadero Theater

Group Works to Open Shuttered Divisadero Theater

An open community forum is planned for Monday, May 7, to garner support for the Harding Theater Revitalization Project—a community group dedicated to transforming the old and sadly abandoned Harding Theater on Divisadero Street into a nonprofit center for the arts.

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Movie Review: The Avengers

Movie Review: The Avengers

When news broke that geek god Joss Whedon was handed the keys to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, some comic-book fans reacted with surprise, others with consternation, some with doubt, others with incredulity, and some, those with more foresight than the others, with cautious optimism…

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The Sketches of Joel Phillips

The Sketches of Joel Phillips

Recent Westmont College grad Joel Phillips presents a series of his latest sketches at the newest gallery to move into the Central Market neighborhood, Satellite 66.

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Jane Lynch in Conversation

Jane Lynch in Conversation

Gleeks rejoice! Jane Lynch–the caustic track-suit-wearing high school coach of FOX’s Glee–comes to San Francisco for a chat Sunday, May, 6 at the iconic Grace Cathedral Church.

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Getting Personal With the Occupy Oakland Movement

Getting Personal With the Occupy Oakland Movement

International Worker’s Day or May Day only comes once a year but the individuals involved in the Occupy Oakland movement are constantly battling for the rights of workers and seeking to attract more national attention to the issue of inequality.

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