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RayKo Photo Center Says Farewell with 10th Annual Plastic Camera Show

RayKo Photo Center Says Farewell with 10th Annual Plastic Camera Show

RayKo Photography Center’s 10th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show features “the best images from the worst cameras,” photos taken with Holga plastic cameras and other toy cameras which offer just the bare bones. The beauty of these medium-format camera, with limited controls, a fixed…

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5 Local Healthy Food Options in 2017

5 Local Healthy Food Options in 2017

Along with picking up hobbies and unplugging more often, getting more fit and embracing a healthier lifestyle are still among the top New Year’s resolutions nationwide. While Bay Area residents don’t really need convincing in this area, in the spirit of general well-being and the nearing…

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Book Signing & Screening at the Roxie Theater Explore the Underground World of Film Collectors & Dealers

Book Signing & Screening at the Roxie Theater Explore the Underground World of Film Collectors & Dealers

Classic movie buffs, this film screening and book signing event is for you. Legendary film detective and archivist Jeff Joseph is bringing a one-of-a-kind 90-minute compilation of rare movie clips to the Roxie Theater on Thursday, February 23. The event is in line with his new…

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Historical Society Revisits ’72 Exhibit on the Internment of Japanese Americans & Book ‘Executive Order 9066’

Historical Society Revisits ’72 Exhibit on the Internment of Japanese Americans & Book ‘Executive Order 9066’

The California Historical Society has an upcoming program to celebrate their landmark 1972 exhibition and book of historic photographs, Executive Order 9066. This Thursday’s discussion will include individuals and descendants of those who visited the original exhibit, as well as the curator of the Oakland…

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David Duchovny Brings Hell or Highwater To SF

David Duchovny Brings Hell or Highwater To SF

Most people know David Duchovny as Agent Mulder from the esteemed sci-fi show X-Files, or as Hank Moody, the troubled womanizing novelist in Californication. After a successful career in acting, Duchovny has stepped up to the mic, releasing his debut record, Hell or Highwater, in 2015….

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Last Call for Alcohol Could Move to 4am, Thanks to New California Nightlife Bill

Last Call for Alcohol Could Move to 4am, Thanks to New California Nightlife Bill

Bars and restaurants across California may soon be allowed to serve alcohol to patrons late into the night, if a new piece of legislation passes. According to SFGate, California State Senator Scott Wiener introduced a new bill that would allow establishments to serve booze as…

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Best Bay Area Paellas for Cozy Winter Nights

Best Bay Area Paellas for Cozy Winter Nights

If the huge, Danish cozy comfort trend hygge was born Spain, an image of paella would have been right next to it in the Urban Dictionary. The cozy, homey, warm rice dish is a comforting as winter food gets, without ever losing its edge. New interpretations, toppings and…

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Taking it Back to the Old School: 12 SF Activity Date Ideas

Taking it Back to the Old School: 12 SF Activity Date Ideas

We live in a technological age where information abounds, with so many opportunities literally at our fingertips. However, sometimes a good old-fashioned outing is the perfect nostalgic change of pace that you’ve been craving. With that in mind, we decided to log off, ditch the traditional…

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Morrissey Headlines Innaugural ‘When We Were Young’ Festival in Orange County

Morrissey Headlines Innaugural ‘When We Were Young’ Festival in Orange County

A new, two-day festival, happening one week before Coachella on the Observatory Grounds in Santa Ana, has announced a nostalgia-filled musical lineup. The event features some of the biggest indie and emo rock bands around, including Morrissey, AFI, Descendents, Taking Back Sunday, Alkaline Trio, The…

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Art and Tech Unite at Virtual Reality Festival

Art and Tech Unite at Virtual Reality Festival

It’s hard to think about engineering futuristic worlds without trying to figure out how virtual reality (VR) will fit into this new technological era. And how will virtual reality play a part in art, as we know it? On Saturday, February 18th, ArtandVR: A Futurist…

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5 Free Events Available from the SF Writers Conference

5 Free Events Available from the SF Writers Conference

For all those writers out there who’ll be sticking around on Presidents Day Weekend, consider hitting some of the free writing classes happening in conjunction with this year’s San Francisco Writers Conference. Each year, writers gather from all over to learn from the writing masters,…

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The Mortified Series at the DNA Lounge & Annual ‘Doomed Valentine’s Show 2.10’

The Mortified Series at the DNA Lounge & Annual ‘Doomed Valentine’s Show 2.10’

Valentine’s Day is coming up, and as we know, having been force-fed commercialism since New Year’s Day, that not everyone is so jazzed up about the holiday, particularly those who are single, heartbroken, or too broke to afford expensive flowers and fancy dinners. However, there…

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