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Fall Arts 2015: Our guide to the coolest, weirdest, most beautiful stuff this season. 

Wednesday, Sep 2 2015
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This city is full of discerning scenesters, artsy weirdos, and erudite culture mavens, each of them with a different opinion about how to spend one's free time. Maybe the only thing that'll get you out of the house this fall is a Prokofiev-scored Russian ballet, or maybe the idea of crisscrossing the Bay multiple times for fetish-themed events on the weekend of the Folsom Street Fair sounds like the best weekend ever. Or maybe you just want a peek at what's debuting on Netflix right around the time El Niño makes homebodies of us all. If you're reading this Fall Arts issue, there's a solid chance you're not doing so while waiting for an art car ride-share to pick you up on the playa. But no matter where you are or what you're into, there's something in here that will make you grateful to live in or near San Francisco. For all the night terrors S.F.'s artists and performers have about venues vanishing, the cost of living going up, and brilliant minds moving away, the scene remains as vital as ever.


Fall Arts 2015: Art

Fall Arts 2015: Comedy

Fall Arts 2015: Film

Fall Arts 2015: Film Festivals

Fall Arts 2015: Lea DeLaria

Fall Arts 2015: Dance

Fall Arts 2015: Theater

Fall Arts 2015: Television

Fall Arts 2015: Sex

Fall Arts 2015: Weird

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Peter Lawrence Kane

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Peter Lawrence Kane is SF Weekly's Arts Editor. He has lived in San Francisco since 2008 and is two-thirds the way toward his goal of visiting all 59 national parks.

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