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Culture, Stage Don Reed's <i>East 14th: True Tales of a Reluctant Player</i> never totally finds its footing

Don Reed's East 14th: True Tales of a Reluctant Player never totally finds its footing

There's something to be said for living life by the principle of balance. As a Libran, I'm a strong proponent of equilibrium. Whenever things get a little off-kilter, I tend to readjust by shifting my weight onto the other foot.…
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Culture, Art Tea-time in the Gulag

Tea-time in the Gulag

During two summers and a winter, world-renowned photojournalist Carl de Keyzer toured and photographed Russian gulags accompanied by a local photographer, an interpreter, and two army colonels as bodyguards. Between long waits for official permission to enter the camps, he…
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Calendar, Sports/Outdoors Green Scene

Green Scene

WED-SUN 3/16-20 Every spring, local green thumbs converge on the annual San Francisco Flower & Garden Show. With more than six acres of lush landscapes, 26 themed gardens, and 100,000 plants for sale, surely you can find a sprout to…
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Calendar, Sports/Outdoors Play Ball

Play Ball

ONGOING 1/5-1/31 Do you have a great curveball? Long to spend some time on the pitching diamond? Look good in tight white polyester pants? The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department is now accepting registrants for the spring softball season,…
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Zoom Lens

"Short 'n' Bittersweet" There's little that could be more suggestive of the elemental appeal of cinema than movies being shown outdoors on a screen hanging from a tree limb. Anyone who recalls the community feeling of the plaza screenings in…
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