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Culture, Art Blood, Sweat, and Canvas: Remembering the Struggle for LGBT Rights

Blood, Sweat, and Canvas: Remembering the Struggle for LGBT Rights

For nearly 20 years, a massive pink triangle has been emblazoned across Twin Peaks during each Pride weekend. Visible from the hub of the festivities on Market Street and from as far away as the mouth of the Caldecott Tunnel,…
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Film,

Arthouse Movie Listings November 13-19, 2013

Artists' Television Access. Other Cinema: Street's Streets: Screening of Mark Street's Hasta Nunca: An Uruguayan Odyssey and more. Sat., Nov. 9, 8:30 p.m. $6. othercinema.com. 992 Valencia, San Francisco, 824-3890, www.atasite.org. Balboa Theater. Kirk Von Hammett Presents The Black Cat…
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Film, "God Loves Uganda": Formalizing Hate

"God Loves Uganda": Formalizing Hate

God Loves Uganda You may detect some sarcasm in its title, which paraphrases and inverts an old familiar hateful slur, but by and large the salient trait of God Loves Uganda is its evenness of temper. Director Roger Ross Williams'…
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Calendar, Night&Day Ice Sculptures

Ice Sculptures

Your refrigerator reveals a lot about you. We've always known this, in a medicine-cabinet sort of way, but it took artist Mark Menjivar to really freak us out. He traveled around the country with a large-format 8-by-10 camera, quickly opened…
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News, Sucka Free City Our Foreign Correspondent

Our Foreign Correspondent

The handsome young man, who gives his name as Michael, is wearing a University of San Francisco Ski and Snowboard Club T-shirt. The back of the black shirt shows the silhouettes of a skier and a snowboarder catching air above…
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