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It is 7 a.m. and 53° currently, but we’ll have a chance to reach 70° later today. If you’re headed out this weekend, your best accessory still might be a sweater, but you can always take a peek at the 10-day forecast here.

Calling all artists! It’s not too late to submit your artwork to the Two-Dimensional Art Registry at San Francisco Arts Commission. Deadline has been extended to 11:59 p.m., Monday, November 4, 2013. Accepted original artwork includes paintings, drawings, photography, collages, or other two-dimensional media. Submit an application at San Francisco Arts Commission. Two-Dimensional Artist Registry artwork will be used to display in San Francisco’s civic buildings during 2013-2014.

For college students, nothing’s worse than getting a tuition bill. Worse, a bill you thought you had more time to pay off. Soon, however, many collegiates will have to fork over the funds for all unpaid registration fees. In an effort to avoid loosing accreditation by next summer, City College of San Francisco is frantically taking aim at nearly 20,000 of its students to reclaim those $4.6 million in fees—some of which date back a decade.

Clarion Alley Mural Project Block Party 2013 is here and starts today at 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Rock out to two stages of musical performances on Mission street, and on Valencia street, while enjoying some good old fashioned street mural art. Got nothing to wear? Check out this year’s event T-shirt by Mike Reger. And while you’re out on in the Mission, don’t forget to stop by Brava theater to show some love for original artists René Yañez and Yolanda Lopez.

Sarah McClure

Sarah McClure loves the colorful writing, and opportunity to connect to larger issues, that Arts & Culture reporting allows—she reads the Times’ Art Beat often. Here, she’s experiencing art on...

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