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  1. The Trashy Attraction of the Trailer

    A special screening at the Pacific Film Archive makes movie previews the main event.

    Ream says:

    tém a surpressa de tudo aquilo que já esperava !

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  2. Beware the 'Crevice'

    Two theater companies warn the Boomerang Generation: Beware your mother's vagina.

  3. Marga Gomez, Age Redacted

    The "big reveal" isn't what you'd think.

  4. The Red and the Black

    Berkeley Rep's current production is simple and volatile.

  5. Punk Rock 'Pirates of Penzance'

    Jon Tracy mollifies kids and their parents, while staying faithful to Gilbert and Sullivan.

  6. Mourning Moscone

    A personal history becomes a form of public grieving.

  7. An Abstract Georgia O'Keefe

    TheatreFIRST's new play about the seminal artist doesn't use a single piece of artwork.

  8. He's a Legend

    Wrestling promoter, rockabilly singer, horror-movie archivist, and porn director Johnny Legend shacks up in Alameda.

  9. Occupy: the Ad Campaign

    Did the Las Vegas tourism board copy a local artist's work?

  10. Drilling into 'The Great Divide'

    Shotgun Players' new play digs deep, but leaves cavities.

  11. Nathan Larson's Post-Apocalyptic Noir

    The composer, musician, and new author delves into Dewey Decimal.

  12. The Food Fight Rages On

    Angry Mom Amy Kalafa takes her cause to the page.

  13. The Science of Shredding

    A new exhibit at the Lawrence Hall of Science breaks down the physics of skateboarding.

  14. Bike to Work, Bike for Life

    The East Bay Bicycle Coalition celebrates and demystifies two-wheeled transportation through Bike to Work Day, its biggest annual event.

  15. The Whole World Through a Pinhole

    Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day celebrates an antiquated medium.

  16. Napoleon's Epic Premiere

    San Francisco Silent Film Festival organizers bring the US premiere of the fully restored silent epic to the Paramount Theatre.

  17. In Living Color

    Charles Cushman's photographs capture the world as we knew it.

  18. Welcome to God's Hotel

    Victoria Sweet checked in for a few months, but found she couldn't leave.

  19. Revolutionary Music

    Pat Thomas' Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975 sets the record straight.

  20. Joshua Mohr and the Mission of Fiction

    In Damascus, the local author pays homage to the San Francisco neighborhood.

  21. Cuban Musicians Return to the Bay Area

    With travel restrictions eased, artists find eager audiences.

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