SF Station : The Guide
Tuesday, June 7 - Monday, June 13
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MUSIC: A Conversation with Bebel Gilberto by Matthew Thayer
Lucinda Williams: Live at the Fillmore by Matthew Thayer
four tet - everything ecstatic by Christopher Ellis
FILM: Rock School by Matt Forsman
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Anhoni Patel
Torremolinos 73 by Matt Forsman
Kings and Queen by Michael Koch
Lords of Dogtown by Ryan Wiederkehr
Cinderella Man by Anhoni Patel
FOOD: Left Bank Larkspur by Margaret Meriwether
SHOPPING: Floorcraft Garden Center/Guerrero Street Gardens by Michelle Sieling
THE ARTS: Hidden Labyrinths by Jim Goldstein
SPORTS: Oakland A's by Gabriel Desjardins
Giants Roundup by Hubert Huang
Ready for the Finals? by Jay Balagtas
SPECIAL: Othello - Cal Shakespeare Theater
San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival
Sunset Promotions: Rachid Taha, 2Mex, the Shapeshifters & Moses Mayes
Xingolati: Groove Cruise of the Pacific
Dinner at Oola
Mushroom Jazz / Om Records Music Package!
ONGOING: Coupons
Guest Lists & Discounts
Tuesday, June 7, 2005 Show All Events »
California Shakespeare Theater presents
at Bruns Amphitheater - California Shakespeare Theater (8 pm) Performance Arts
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Revenge. Lust. War. Jealousy. Politics. Race. Murder. And a handkerchief. A bold new interpretation of Shakespeare’s explosive masterpiece by the director of last season’s inventive The Comedy of Errors. MORE

Dirt Press Launch Party
at 111 Minna Street Gallery (7 pm - 12 midnight) Organizations
Mingle with Dirt Press Artists, Writers, Editors & Fans. Enjoy live music with The Dollyrots and The O.A.O.T.'s, DJs, drink specials, and dance the night away! MORE

Wednesday, June 8, 2005 Show All Events »
The 7th Annual
San Francisco Black Film Festival
at AMC Kabuki 8 (6 pm, 7 pm) Film
The San Francisco Black Film Festival's mission is to celebrate African American cinema and the African cultural Diaspora and to showcase a diverse collection of films - from emerging and established filmmakers - that highlight the beauty and complexity of the African and African American experience. MORE

Nine Portraits / Marc Katano
Photographs and paintings
at Stephen Wirtz Gallery (9:30 am - 5:30 pm) Galleries
This varied and eclectic selection of contemporary photographic works in the format of the traditional portrait bust was purposefully chosen for the head and shoulders presentation of the subject in a studio environment or other non-referential place. MORE

20th Century Fox invites you to an advance screening of
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
at Metreon (7:30 pm) Film Screening
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A married couple (Pitt and Jolie) are getting bored with their quiet domestic life. What they don't know, however, is that they're both assassins, secretly hopping the world and killing for hire. MORE

Thursday, June 9, 2005 Show All Events »
Sleeping People
at The Fillmore (9 pm) Music
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While a rotating cast of instrumentalists find loose assembly under the Pinback name, the partnership of Armistead Burwell Smith IV and Rob Crow is at the heart of the some of the most complex, postmodern indie pop happening on the West Coast. MORE

KitKat's Cushty
at VXN (Vixen) (9pm - afterhours) Clubs
Continuing in KitKat’s tradition, Cushty’s concept is simple, to provide a lighthearted good time without any of the expected headaches. To illustrate this philosophy look no further than at the door where you’ll find a trusted friend, Rudy, and no cover charge. MORE

ArtSeed Art Auction and Fundraiser: Fresh Roots to Full Bloom
at San Francisco Art Institute (7pm - 10pm) Galleries
Famous Artists, Performers, and Composers Showcase Their Childhood Talent and Recent Work to Benefit Under-Priviledged Youth. MORE

(Un)Godly Bodies
Visual Art Exhibit
at SomArts Cultural Center (Gallery) (9am - 5pm) Galleries
(un)Godly Bodies, curated by Daniel Arcos, consists of over twenty established and emerging artists whose works comment on the religious right’s demonization of queers in the 2004 election. MORE

Friday, June 10, 2005 Show All Events »
Flavor Group, True-Skool, & Sole Division present
Featuring live performances by The Coup & People Under the Stairs
at Ten15 Folsom (1015) (10 pm - 4 am) Clubs
Blowout will be an unforgettable night of Hip Hop celebration at the newly remodeled 1015 Nightclub in San Francisco. Easily one of the summers biggest events the massive lineup features The Coup, People Under the Stairs plus a whose who of local Bay Area talent. MORE

Tango No 9 in ¡Experience Tango!
passionate tango concert, class, and party
at Noe Valley Ministry (8:15 pm) Music
On Friday, June 10, Bay Area band TANGO No 9 returns to the Noe Valley Ministry for ¡Experience Tango! a tango concert with introductory tango class and dance party to follow. MORE

Gang Gang Dance
at Bottom of the Hill (10pm) Music
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Gang Gang Dance is the sound of a host of worker bees cross-pollinating different musical blossom’s pollen into a new hybrid. MORE

The Goat, or Who is Sylvia
at A.C.T. (Geary Theater) (8 pm) Performance Arts
A.C.T.'s new production of this landmark and controversial play brings the powerful voice of three-time Pulitzer Prize–winner Edward Albee back to the Geary stage for the first time in over 30 years. MORE

5th Annual White Party 'Caribbean'
at Ruby Skye (9 pm - 4 am) Clubs
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This year with the influence of the Caribbean with it's lush tropical essence & beautiful white flowing fabrics and styles. MORE

Slightly Stoopid with Fishbone
at The Fillmore (8 pm) Music
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Fusing acoustic rock and blues with reggae, hip-hop, and punk, Slightly Stoopid have cemented a signature sound and created a legion of die-hard fans in the process. MORE

Saturday, June 11, 2005 Show All Events »
The San Francisco Symphony's Black & White Ball®
The Largest Black Tie Fund-Raiser in the Nation
at Civic Center Plaza (8 pm) Ball/Gala
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For one year and exactly three hundred and sixty-four days, San Francisco’s Civic Center is the place where we get books, watch operas, hear music, and view Asian art. MORE

Harmony Festival
Northern California's premier celebration of a healthy & harmonious lifestyle
at Sonoma County Fairgrounds (11am - 7pm) Outdoor Festival
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Featuring the newly expanded “Harmony After Dark” hours (the music goes on until 2:00am on Saturday night) the Harmony Festival showcases an outstanding musical lineup of over 40 bands on 10 stages including Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame members George Clinton, The Family Stone, plus Grammy Award Winner Kitaro and rock legend Jon Anderson (lead singer of Yes). MORE

2005 Techno Tribal Community Dance
Music, DJs, Art, Aerialsts, light shows and more!
at Sonoma County Fairgrounds (7:30 pm - 2 am) Clubs
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Featuring The Mutaytor, Lorin, Dhamaal Soundsystem, Karsh Kale, Midival Punditz, Vau de Vire Society, El Circo, Apsara, and Omer. MORE

Company Chaddick 20th Anniversary Season
at Project Artaud (8 pm) Performance Arts
Featuring Dance Performances from Company Chaddick’s Repertory including a Premiere of a New Work. MORE

Kingstreet CD Release Party
at The Independent (9 pm) Music
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The Owl Mag Dot Com and Kingstreet have joined forces to celebrate the release of Kingstreet’s latest album "We Can Be Bought" at The Independent. MORE

Inside Black Actors’ and Directors’ Studio
at Learning Annex (6:30 pm - 8 pm) Conference/Expo
The Black Actors' and Directors' Studio is an engaging and informative conversation with Hollywood's acclaimed roster of stars. MORE

Sunday, June 12, 2005 Show All Events »
Haight Ashbury Street Fair
at Haight Street (8 pm - 4 am) Street Faire
A day filled with music on two stages, food, art & crafts for all to enjoy! Featuring live music including Angst, Baldred & The Raggamuffin Crew, Death Valley High and DJs Felix the Dog, Lexxus, Rascue, and more. MORE

Dawn 2005
at Club Six (8 pm - 4 am) Clubs
The second annual arts event inspired by the Jewish harvest holiday of Shavuot - DAWN is a modern version of the traditional all-night study session. Live music, performances, films and discussions with writers, remix artists and legends. MORE

The Museum of the Last Artwork
New Work by Robert Kusmirowski
at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (12 pm - 5 pm) Galleries
One of Poland’s most facinating emerging artists, Kusmirowski offers expert “falsifications” of everyday things - vintage photos, railway cars - and sometimes even entire scenes, asking us to question reality and explore the nature of illusion and time. MORE

Atop Mount Tamalpais
at Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre (1 pm) Performance Arts
The Mountain Play presents a rare and unique outdoor production of the legendary Broadway musical, “Oklahoma!” by Rodgers and Hammerstein. MORE

Monday, June 13, 2005 Show All Events »
at The Fillmore (9 pm) Music
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Ten years ago, when doves first formed in the wake of the acid house craze that swept through their hometown of Manchester, England, they were just three kids who wanted to have a good time. MORE

at California Academy of Sciences (10 am - 5 pm) Museums
Begin in the rainforest, where you'll meet a colony of 80,000 live Leaf Cutter ants, and explore the unique cacao tree whose seeds started it all. A beautiful tree with delicate flowers, cacao is found only within 20° latitude (about 1,380 miles) of the equator. MORE

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