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    Last year, a group of East Bay poets organized a weekend-long festival of free house readings by poets visiting from across the country, raising a modest sum to help pay traveling costs and...
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    The San Francisco International Film Festival has been with Richard Linklater from the beginning. When Slacker screened in 1991, its triumph — from a former oil-rig worker in Texas,...
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    Last year on Record Store Day, Pete Mulvihill, one of the three owners of Green Apple Books and Records, had a crazy idea. "Why the hell isn't there a Bookstore Day?" he asked in a recent...
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    After 30 years of being known as the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, the Center for Asian American Media's annual all-things-media extravaganza is now entering its...
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    This year's 3rd i South Asian Film Festival marks 100 years of Indian cinema! Now in its 11th year, the festival is known for consistently putting together a program of progressive, and...
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    Do you have music in your body? Not just hiccups or intestinal swish or the gulp in your throat when you swallow — we mean the toe-tapping, the heel-stomping, the thigh-slapping, the...
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    A 150th anniversary tribute to Jules Verne that includes complimentary cocktails begins the 14th annual Litquake literary festival — and then things get complicated. Featuring an...
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    Dudes of the city, your pilgrimage has come to town. Lebowski Fest is a traveling festival that celebrates all things related to the Coen Brothers' cult classic, The Big Lebowski. Friday...
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    Autumn is upon us, and the soul in its seasonal melancholy may long for the wail of voices over gypsy guitar, the recalcitrant beat of the heels against the unrelenting earth, the fiery...
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    Inspired by and in many ways similar to Litquake's Lit Crawl, Beast Crawl started last year as a grassroots effort from coalescing East Bay groups such as Bitchez Brew (soon to be Red...
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    Fog (always) permitting, San Francisco will blow up stuff in the sky for the Fourth. Remember the dud that was San Diego's show last year? Ours promises to be better. Here are some of the...
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    It could have been the Bumblebee Bridge, our Golden Gate. Back in 1937 when the iconic span was built, the Navy wanted to make sure ships and planes wouldn't go careening into it and...
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    As a manufacturing outpost, San Francisco doesn’t make very much. We make people click ads, mostly. And we make a lot of coffee. But wouldn’t it be great if you could buy...
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    Tonight begins nearly a month of thought-provoking performance works from around the world in the San Francisco International Art Festival. The ambition is grand — to establish a forum...
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    The apex of the tourist season is several months away, but one of our biggest visitor destinations gets quite crowded today -- with dancers (some of whom might be tourists). It’s Bay...
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    In the mid-1980s, Barack Obama left a promising and well-paid New York business career to work as a community organizer on the South Side of Chicago. That decision was furthered, in some...
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    The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival doesn’t mess around when it comes to opening-night parties. After the world premiere of White Frog, travel by Zipcar to the...
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    Hailing from the Appalachian region of West Virginia, the burgeoning BrownChicken BrownCow StringBand (tonight at 8 p.m. at Café Du Nord) curled its toes in the topsoil that nurtured...
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    During the run of Litquake, there’s sometimes a tendency (never by us!) to be timid in the early offerings, babying the reserves of literary interest for the madness of the fest’s...
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    It may come as a surprise to Mission-hoppers but it’s muy dificil to sustain a Spanish-language film festival in this town. Three groups (by our count) have accepted the challenge over...
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