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Calendar, Night&Day Anarchist Literature

Anarchist Literature

You've just finished writing your short story, "My Landlord is an Algorithm," about futuristic Bay Area gentrification. And you said a lot of the things you wanted to say, but you feel like there's something more you could do.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Just Do It

Just Do It

If you haven’t been to a Cal Academy NightLife event, make tonight’s one of your New Year’s resolutions. Featuring half-price admission, plentiful cocktails, interesting bites to eat, and live music, in addition to all the fascinating exhibitions (without the screaming…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Black Rock City Comes to Oakland Through <i>Inferno: A Fire Circus</i>

Black Rock City Comes to Oakland Through Inferno: A Fire Circus

Whether you're dying to get out to Black Rock City, like, yesterday, can't make the haul this fall, or just really like to see freaky people set stuff on fire, the next two days at the Crucible in Oakland are…
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Music, All Shook Down The Crucible's Fire Arts Festival Brings The Burner Out In Everyone (Evenings, Through Saturday)

The Crucible's Fire Arts Festival Brings The Burner Out In Everyone (Evenings, Through Saturday)

(Click for a slideshow) The Crucible's Fire Arts Festival is the kind of event that makes you think, "Ah, so this is why I still live in the Bay Area. I mean, after the high cost of living crushed…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Best Place to Watch Stuff Burn

The "molten bronze pour" — a great phrase, huh? It carries an ancient air, evoking protective-garb-wearing strongmen sweating in a smoky, devilish atmosphere, gingerly turning hard metals into melted pools like 17th-century alchemists (or 20th-century steel workers). That guy can…
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Culture, Stage

The Crucible

Set during the Salem witch hunts of 1692, Arthur Miller's The Crucible (1953) depicts the downward slide of a small Massachusetts community from relative normality to mass hysteria. Miller's ghoulish and brilliant drama is commonly read as an indictment of…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Best Place to Get Stoned

Some say stone carving is a dying art, but you couldn't tell at the Crucible, the educational foundry and arts facility where experienced practitioners and novices can master the tricks of various trades, learning everything from how to get around…
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