"All of these years," he says, "my question has been - 'How can a place be an arts center and still exist, without becoming an arts organization?'" En Español
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Tonight at 8 p.m. En Español
CAFE LA BOHEME 6 A.M. Good Morning Mission District! 53 °, clear, partly cloudy with showers predicted for the P.M. $10K Scholarships for College-Bound Students 826 Valencia is at it again: our flame, our hope,...
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“Not all those who wander are lost.” (J.R.R. Tolkien) 10.29 – 11.3 This week is positively undead. Kids reclaim the streets in boo-ya style. Día de los Muertos altars are ready to glow. Spaces are...
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Put on your costume and come attend the opening party of Zambaleta: San Francisco’s New Community World Music and Dance School!! When: Saturday, Oct. 31. 6pm – 12am Where: Zambaleta, located at 2929 19th Street,...