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Elbo Room: Open 5pm-2am

Open 5pm-2am upstairs closed for private party

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9:00 am

MCCLA: Bay Area Shakespeare Camp at MCCLA

Bay Area Shakespeare Camp at MCCLA THEATRE | Monday - Friday | July 24 - August 4 | $594 9:00am - 3:00pm Ages 7 - 13 Discover, Play, and Act Shakespeare’s work. Twelfth Night - Hamlet - Shakespeare’s Ghost Stories. (Need Based Scholarship Assistance Available) (Students on F/R Lunch program can attend for $25)

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12:00 pm

The Women’s Building: Narcotics Anonymous

Cost: Free NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.

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SOMArts Cultural Center: The Black Woman is God

The Black Woman is God, July 20–August 26, 2017 What: Karen Seneferu and Melorra Green curate 60+ artists celebrating the vital contributions of Black women as artists and change-makers. When: Exhibition on view July 20–August 26, 2017. Gallery Hours: Tuesday–Friday 12–7pm & Saturday & Sunday 11am–5pm. Where: 934 Brannan Street (between 8th & 9th) How Much: FREE Co-curated by Karen Seneferu and Melorra Green The Black Woman is God: Divine...

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6:00 pm

Balançoire: Cat’s Corner Swing Dancing

Bet you didn't know that Balancoire in French means swing and what better to celebrate our name than to come to Cat's Corner Swing Dancing held every Wednesday. Beginners welcomed. Live music with different bands every week. Schedule 6pm doors open 7 & 8pm monthly Lindy Hop classes 9pm drop-in beginning Swing lessons 9:30 to midnight, live music dance party Admission Dance-only: $10, $5 before 8:30pm Dance + 9pm dance...

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La Cocina: La Cocina Orientation | Orientación de La Cocina

La Cocina Orientation | Orientación de La Cocina

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Virgil’s Sea Room: Cocktails for a Cause

It's summertime in the city! Head over to the Mission for a custom 3rd Street cocktail on Virgil's heated patio and learn more about what the youth at 3rd Street have been up to this year. $3 of every custom cocktail goes to 3rd Street & we are accepting donations at the door.

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6:30 pm

18 Reasons: Community Dinner: A Cooking Matters Breakfast

Price: $15.00 We're sharing a slice of our Cooking Matters program in our 18th Street Space! For July's second Community Dinner, we're dining on a meal we teach for the Breakfast lesson of Cooking Matters. For those new to Cooking Matters, it is an 18 Reasons program offering free, six-week-long series of cooking and nutrition classes throughout the Bay Area to low-income individuals. The meal will be cooked by 18...

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7:00 pm


CINE CON CULTURA MOVIECLUB | THEATRE | WEDNESDAYS | $7 | 7:00 pm This July we are featuring Frida Kahlo in our movie club. Half the price of a commercial complex, double the fun. W/English Subtitles. W/English Subtitles. - 05 - FRIDA - 12 - ARRANCAME LA VIDA - 26 - FRIDA, NATURALEZA VIVA

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Z Space: A Z SPACE Production from the writer of “House Tour” THE MAKING OF A GREAT MOMENT

A Z SPACE Production from the writer of "House Tour" THE MAKING OF A GREAT MOMENT JUL 26 - AUG 26 at Z BELOW An exuberant new comedy by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, directed by Sean Daniels, and starring Danny Scheie and Aysan Celik. Actors Mona and Terry are on an ambitious quest: tour their play Great Moments in Human Achievement across the country... by bicycle. Surely they’ll bring inspiration to...

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A fascinating and moving account of the romantic and creative partnership of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and film researcher Lillian Michelson: two unsung heroes of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Harold and Lillian worked on hundreds of renowned films including THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, THE APARTMENT, THE BIRDS, WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, THE GRADUATE, ROSEMARY’S BABY, FIDDLER ON THE, SCAREFACE, FULL METAL JACKET and many more. Although the couple was responsible for...

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Roxie Theater: The Holy Haight: How the 60s Counterculture Changed American Religion Forever

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love! With rare footage from the Oddball Films Archive and SF historian Erik Davis The 60s counterculture overturned American politics, but it also radically transformed the practice of religion in America. On Wednesday, July 26th, at 7:00 PM, local author, cultural historian, and PhD Erik Davis will explore the many facets of hippie religion. The talk will draw on a kaleidoscopic array...

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Brick & Mortar Music Hall: Afton Presents Emery, Death By Fireworks, Like Roses

Afton Presents Emery Death By Fireworks Like Roses Show: 7:00 pm PDT (Doors: 6:30 pm) All Ages $10 Fan Appreciation Tour! w/Special Guests Under 21 must buy $5 drink ticket at the door. $10 ADV / $30 VIP / $20 DOOR

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8:15 pm

Community Music Center: Outsound New Music Summit – Animals and Giraffes & McCaslin Reed Pino

$15/Adults;$12 Students/Seniors All concerts Q&A 7:30 pm Eveyln Davis – piano; Phillip Greenlief – tenor saxophone, Bb clarinet; Aurora Josephson – voice; Claudia La Rocco – voice/text; John Shiurba – guitar Animals and Giraffes is an ongoing collaboration between writer/performer Claudia La Rocco and saxophonist/composer Phillip Greenlief. The project explores the intersection of text and sound, and features a changing roster featuring some of the finest bay area improvisers. The...

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9:00 pm

Elbo Room: Bebe Huxley (LA, CA), Pixel Memory, Moon Ensemble, Vice Reine

Elbo Room Presents: Bebe Huxley (LA, CA) Pixel Memory Moon Ensemble Vice Reine Tickets available: Day of show only Tickets $10

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9:30 pm

Roxie Theater: Sun Ra’s SPACE IS THE PLACE

In SPACE IS THE PLACE, space-age prophet, Pharaonic jester, shaman-philosopher and avant-jazz keyboardist/bandleader Sun Ra lands his spaceship in Oakland, having been presumed lost in space for a few years. With Black Power on the rise, Ra disembarks and proclaims himself “the alter-destiny.” He duels at cards with The Overseer, a satanic overlord, with the fate of the black race at stake. Ra wins the right to a world concert,...

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10:00 pm

Bissap Baobab: Timba Salsa Dance Party

Get down with the Bay Area's best weekly timba salsa party. DJ Walt Digz brings this grown and sexy crowd to the next level. Every Wednesday 21+//$7//10pm-2am

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