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  • Arthouse movie listings for December 31, 2008-January 6, 2009

    published December 31, 2008

    To submit a listing, e-mail film@sfweekly.com. Castro Theatre. Singin' in... More >>

  • It Takes a Major Metropolitan Area

    published December 31, 2008

    Children rule the city! At Family Appreciation Day, which is a smarmy yet accurate name, many superfun things to do are totally free. Kids... More >>

  • Hope for Nature, Too

    published December 31, 2008

    If you walk your dog off-leash at Crissy Field, you're endangering Western snowy plovers. Sorry, that's just a fact. (See those birds your dog is... More >>

  • Brian Malow

    published December 31, 2008

    Brian Malow is a, or possibly the, science comedian. Because are there others? His jokes stick pretty close to his school subject, but they're... More >>

  • They Talk to Rainbows

    published December 31, 2008

    Mari Keeler's photographs are high-color, multiple-exposure fever dreams. She layers pretty candy tones and neon slashes over decaying buildings,... More >>

  • Don't Touch That Dial

    published December 31, 2008

    San Francisco has an interesting history along the airwaves, from the first mass radio form -- AM in the early 20th century -- on to radical FM in... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for December 24-30

    published December 24, 2008

    Castro Theatre. Sing-a-Long Sound of Music: Belt it out with Maria. Dec. 26-30, 7 p.m.; Dec. 27-28, 1 p.m. $10-$15. 429... More >>

  • Hitting It

    published December 24, 2008

    The first few days of the year are go time for the folks at Kagami Kai: This small local organization is dedicated to making traditional Japanese... More >>

  • The New Song and Dance

    published December 24, 2008

    The Joe Goode Performance Group typically makes contemporary dance that pays a lot of attention to music. That may sound like a big "duh," but... More >>

  • You're In the Movie

    published December 24, 2008

    After you've seen Milk, and who hasn't, you probably want to know more about that time, and Paul VanDeCarr's audio tour "Out of the Bars... More >>

  • Dancing of a White Christmas

    published December 24, 2008

    It may be the "Cool Christmas," but don't worry, it's still ballet, all the way. "Graceful men lift lovely girls in white," as the song goes. (The... More >>

  • Modern Love

    published December 24, 2008

    Auto mechanics: Ever wonder what happens to English majors? Those people who "statistically" get better jobs than yours? You can find out at the... More >>

  • Low and Slow

    published December 24, 2008

    A fine line separates two kinds of rock bands: Those who take themselves seriously, and those who take themselves too seriously. The former are... More >>

  • She's A Rebel

    published December 24, 2008

    At "Moore Love for the Holidays," it's diva city. Not difficult diva, or late diva, or disaster diva, just a couple of massively talented... More >>

  • She and Him

    published December 24, 2008

    It's over! This incredibly weird year is gone, and comedians Marga Gomez and Ali Mafi tell you how to deal with your conflicting emotions at... More >>

  • And Environs

    published December 24, 2008

    Do you ever look at buildings and think "Man, architects are assholes?" We do. So many structures that protect humans from the elements seem... More >>

  • Mac's Got the Whole World in its Hand

    published December 24, 2008

    "SCHMOOZE OR LOSE," says the Macworld Conference & Expo Web site front page. "A rule for both personal and professional success." It's not... More >>

  • San Francisco-ed

    published December 24, 2008

    Four Shanghai artists visit S.F. for "Shanghailand," and one of our favorites is photographer Ma Liang. In one of her prints, a lady stands... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for December 17-23

    published December 17, 2008

    Artists' Television Access. Funeral Parade of Roses: Toshio Matsumoto's film set in Tokyo's gay underground of the 1960s.... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for December 10-16

    published December 10, 2008

    Artists' Television Access. People Who Do Noise and Notes on Breakcore: Docs about the Portland music scene... More >>

  • Sing Out Loud

    published December 10, 2008

    Tonight's Christmas Crap-Array features synchronized, four-part harmonized, beehived material by a group that usually offers up a... More >>

  • Kids of All Ages

    published December 10, 2008

    It's finally here: the chance to get your grubby mitts on the trapeze of your dreams. Fly through the air with the greatest of ease, at least in... More >>

  • Jesus Loves Me, Hard

    published December 10, 2008

    Normalcy unravels: After you go boombox caroling, a nativity play in a bondage-themed creche takes the edge off your stability. We usually tell... More >>

  • How Much for That Kitty in the Window?

    published December 10, 2008

    Maybe you can remember the first time you fell for a furry friend. Maybe not. Maybe it was years ago, at Macy's. The department store has hosted... More >>

  • Arthouse movie listings for December 3-9

    published December 3, 2008

    Artists' Television Access. "Video Quilt": Screening of short work by San Francisco State University students. Sun., Dec. 7, 7... More >>

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