SF Station : The Guide
Tuesday, November 1 - Monday, November 7
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MUSIC: Amplifier by Misha Vladimirskiy
FILM: Shopgirl by Anhoni Patel
Three…Extremes by Mel Valentin
Nine Lives by Matt Forsman
Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang by Matt Forsman
The Weather Man by Mel Valentin
The Legend of Zorro by Rossiter Drake
Kamikaze Girls by Matt Forsman
Prime by Anhoni Patel
FOOD: 1751 Social Club by Michelle de Grasse
SHOPPING: Skates on Haight by Michelle Sieling
THE ARTS: Spook by Mary Roach by Tanya Khiatani
SPORTS: NFL: The 49ers by Joshua Kaplan
SPECIAL: ACT's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Classes at Yoga Tree
A Copy of China Boy, San Francisco's One City One Book Selection!
Lessons at Vima Dance Studio
ONGOING: Coupons
Guest Lists & Discounts
Tuesday, November 1, 2005 Show All Events »
Co-Op America presents
Green Business Conference
at Ramada Plaza Hotel International (3 pm - 8 pm) Conference/Expo
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Starving for a green connection? Roll up your sleeves and get ready to bite into the green business revolution at this hands-on conference. Learn from your peers in this value-packed three-day event as you discuss the many ways to build your business and a prosperous sustainable economy. MORE

at Great American Music Hall (8 pm) Music
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Simply put, Rachel's is a collective of friends playing in an instrumental band that share the desire to explore ideas together without manifestos or genre biases. MORE

Wednesday, November 2, 2005 Show All Events »
Day of the Dead Procession and Altars
El Dia de los Muertos
at Mission District, SF (7 pm) Parades/Marches
On Wednesday, November 2, we invite all individuals, community members, artists, and families to participate in the annual Dia de los Muertos Procession and Festival of Altars at Garfield Park. MORE

2nd in a series
i once was lost... II
found art & rock show
at Rickshaw Stop (8 pm) Music
A unique night of found art and rock 'n' roll curated by Leanne Maxwell, and featuring submissions by Erik Groff, Jennifer Hattam, Presley Martin, Leanne Maxwell, Brian Palmer and Angela Walters. MORE

Adriane Colburn
at Gallery 16 (Sixteen) (9 am - 5 pm) Galleries
For the past several years, Colburn has been working on a series of installations and maps that seek to organize and chart changes in the natural and urban landscape. MORE

An evening with the Stolen Sweets
at Make Out Room (9 pm) Music
The Stolen Sweets are sure to hold you spellbound with their refreshing and unique interpretations of vocal jazz tunes from the 1920’s and 1930’s. MORE

Thursday, November 3, 2005 Show All Events »
The 21st Annual
Film Arts Festival of Independent Cinema
Gala Premiere
at Jewish Community Center of San Francisco (7:30 pm) Festivals/Fairs
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The Film Arts Foundation Festival of Independent Cinema has previewed some of the most iconoclastic, ground-breaking work shown anywhere. Films screened there often go on to take top honors at festivals around the globe. MORE

Tristeza, Winfred E. Eye
at Bottom of the Hill (9 pm) Music
The group formed in San Diego, California during the Spring months of 1997, playing their first gig as Tristeza (Christopher Sprague-guitar, James LaValle-guitar, Luis Hermosillo-bass, and James Lehner-drums) in September of that year. MORE

The Ballad of Pancho and Lucy
by Octavio Solis with live, original music by Beth Custer
at Intersection for the Arts (8 pm) Performance Arts
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Inspired by newspaper accounts of a Latino Bonnie and Clyde couple who went on a crime spree in the late 80s and early 90s robbing Mission District bars and nightclubs until they were finally caught taking a cab as a getaway car. MORE

Stand Up Together For Youth
A Wine, Comedy & Musical Gala Event
at Delancey Street Foundation (6:30 pm - 9:30 pm) Ball/Gala
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On November 3, 2005 Vision Youthz will be holding its Annual Gala, “Stand Up, Together for Youth!” a Wine, Comedy & Musical Gala Event, at the well-known Delancey Street Town Hall in San Francisco. MORE

Days of the Dead Altars Remixed
at Oakland Museum of California (10 am - 5 pm) Museums
For the twelfth consecutive year, the Oakland Museum of California presents its exhibition celebrating Días de los Muertos. MORE

Friday, November 4, 2005 Show All Events »
9th Annual
International Latino Film Festival 2005
Opening Night: Tapas
at Castro Theatre (7 pm) Film
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The winner of the Palmares Award at the 2005 Festival de Málaga,Tapas is a dramatic comedy that intertwines five stories that take place in a typical Barcelona neighborhood, L'Hospitalet de Llorbregat. MORE

Dalai Lama
at Maples Pavilion (9:30 am) Literary Arts
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One of the most love spiritual leaders in the world will be in the Bay Area. Don't miss this enlightening experience. MORE

Monte Cristo Social Club
Grand Opening
at Monte Cristo Cafe (10 pm - 2 am) Clubs
Grand opening of San Francisco's premier night lounge. Please come experience this luxurious setting at "Four Embarcadero Center - Promenade Level". MORE

Motion Potion & Soulsalaam
presented by Sunset and Future Juju
at Elbo Room (10 pm) Clubs
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Sunset Promotions presents: “Around the World in 80 Breaks” an eclectic dance party. Featuring Motion Potion and Soulsalaam. MORE

at Connecticut Yankee (10 pm - 2 am) Music
Somethingfour plays mostly all orginal material with a few covers mixed in. Playing experimental/improv/jazz and composed music. MORE

Current 93
at Great American Music Hall (8 pm) Music
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Current 93 were formed in 1983 by David Tibet, the late Jhonn Balance (of Coil) and Fritz Haäman of 23 Skidoo, though it soon became solely a vehicle for Tibet's personal obsessions and visions. MORE

Saturday, November 5, 2005 Show All Events »
Big Bud and Rohan
Two rooms of drum n bass and house music
at Studio Z (10 pm - 5 am) Clubs
Big Bud, master of the dubbed out, smooth, atmospheric drum n bass beats, makes his FIRST EVER visit to San Francisco in support of his brand new double-CD album, "Fear of Flying". MORE

SF Independent Feature Comedy Premiere!
"Come Fly With Me Nude"
A story about art, berets, and finding your muse
at Roxie Cinema (10:30 pm) Performance Arts
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Offbeat-nik performance art duo Dom & Bella fall into an existential schism between keeping it real in San Francisco or selling out. MORE

Jean Paul Da'Mage Premium Denim Trunk Show
Mention "SFSTATION" to receive 10% off and be eligible to win a $500 shopping spree
at Azalea Boutique & Z Beauty Lounge (1 pm - 5 pm) Clothes/Accessories
Come meet owner and designer, David Long. Be the first to own a pair of cashmere denim! Hand cut. Hand sewn. Hand washed. Da'Mage jeans are made in the USA of imported Italian denim. MORE

GenArt presents
Annual Benefit Extravaganza & Preview of 8th Annual Emerge
at SF Weekly's Warfield (8 pm - 12 am) Galleries
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GENART invites you to indulge in an evening of sensory delights at Gen Art SF’s annual fundraiser LUXE and preview for the 8th Annual Emerge Art Exhibition. MORE

IN Production
Black & Decka
at Duplex (9 pm - late) Clubs
Sign up for free entry before 10 pm!
It has been described as a piece of Europe in San Fran, and it seemed to have a full out, yet sophisticated, Saturday night vibe. MORE

at Slim's (9 pm) Music
Their new album contains 12 songs of the Moistboyz signature brand of rock and roll. This is not your typical pussified modern rock - the smoking band is lifted when the Moistboyz are playing. MORE

An evening with Kan'Nal
at Jelly's (9:30 pm) Music
Fresh from their performance at this year's Burning Man Decompression, the seven-piece rhythmic rock tribe will draw its audience into a seductive aural and visual journey with two full sets in this newest addition to the city's live music scene. MORE

SWEET: An Evening of Wine & Chocolate
A benefit wine and chocolate tasting
at Suite one8one (6 pm - 9 pm, 9 pm - 4 am afterparty) Wine
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Sip a glass of wine, taste an exotic chocolate truffle, and mix and mingle at suite one8one, downtown San Francisco's premier nightclub. MORE

Sunday, November 6, 2005 Show All Events »
Asian American Theater Company presents the World Premiere of
A play by Jeannie Barroga
at New Langton Arts Theater (7 pm) Performance Arts
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BANYAN is a modern-day, multicultural variation on THE WIZARD OF OZ that incorporates Pilipino fantasy, folklore, and humor. MORE

at The Fillmore (9 pm) Music
It's thirteen years since Jamiroquai main man Jay Kay signed his unprecedented eight album deal with Sony's S2 label. MORE

Green Festival
A joint project of Global Exchange and Co-op America
at Concourse Exhibition Center (11 am - 7 pm) Festivals/Fairs
The Green Festival is a two-day party with a serious purpose: to accelerate the emergence of a new economic paradigm that is life-affirming and life-restoring. MORE

Monday, November 7, 2005 Show All Events »
A Static Lullaby, Haste The Day, Halifax, Scary Kids Scaring Kids
Bedlight For Blueeyes
at Bottom of the Hill (8 pm) Music
For A Static Lullaby, making music isn't an avenue to success or a path to riches, it's a means of survival, a way to confront chaos and hypocrisy without having a mental breakdown. The impassioned songs on their second album, Faso Latido, reflect the band's sincerity. MORE

Robert Adams
Turning Back, A Photographic Journal of Re-exploration
at SFMOMA (10 am - 6 pm) Museums
Inspired by the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark expedition, photographer Robert Adams's most recent work presents a new look at the territory these explorers covered and the results of their effort. MORE

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