The Business Game

Join over 750 attendees for the annual GSummit, where innovative thinkers and companies come together to learn how to conquer issues associated with the…

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A Divine Exhibition

In February 2014, the world lost Todd Trexler, a celebrated artist who designed many a poster and handbill for San Francisco's Palace Theatre in…

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Big Top of Possibility

Everything seems possible at the circus: The bones of the body are replaced by springs and levers that arch the toes incomprehensibly close to…

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Break It Down

Founded in 1999 by Elmaz Abinader, Junot Díaz, Victor Díaz, and Diem Jones, Voices of Our Nation Arts Foundation produces an annual Berkeley-based workshop…

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Alter Ego

We have all fantasized about being someone else, perhaps a shinier, braver version of the face that meets the faces that we meet. Performers…

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More than slapstick

We know you're on guard against hammy, dated slapstick. But this isn't that. Well, it is a little. But it's not only that. Or,…

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Lost for Words

Lit geeks know Edward St. Aubyn, acerbic British author of six novels, one of which (At Last) contains the following sentence: “I think my…

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So close

Near-death experiences, or NDEs, are all the rage these days. With the medical field making new strides in cardiac resuscitation, the number of NDEs…

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Striking

Quiet Lightning is a monthly submission-based reading series that forbids introductions or bantering from its authors. There shall be no shmoozing, no backstory or…

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Are We Cheating?

Like any novel, or essay, or poem, San Francisco author Anne Germanacos' new book, Tribute, comes at you one line at a time. Part…

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