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220. Grease Sing-a-long at The Castro Theatre

November 7, 2010
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Today we’re giving you the heads up on a fantastic way to spend an otherwise gloomy day – in song and cinema. Grease Sing-a-long at The Castro Theatre November 17-23 Until the day come to do such a thing, let’s mark our calendars for this event and share with us what your favorite thing to [...]

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166. Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park (FREE)

September 14, 2010
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It’s a good day to laugh after all. What’s going on with you this Sunday? Well, if not much then Sunday’s always a great time for an outing to Farmers’ Market. Maybe after a morning of picking out some fresh produce, you’ll be in the mood for some laughs in the park. Comedy Day in [...]

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151. Shakespeare in the Park (FREE)

August 30, 2010
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Shakespeare in the Park is a time honored summer tradition from coast to coast. It’s been a Bay Area tradition since 1983 and for 2010 you can find these plays happening in three different locations, including The Presidio in SF. Check this out from The Free San Francisco Shakespeare Festival site: Two Gentlemen From Verona [...]

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109. Check Out The One Act Plays at The Victorian Theatre

July 19, 2010
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Time to get out for an evening to support some local Theater. The historic Victoria Theatre in The Mission is presenting the premiere of local Playwright, Robert Correa’s two one act plays for a short run. The two plays are Short Story Love: On Learning His Lover Has Taken His First Lover and Norman: A [...]

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17. See a classic film at the Historic Castro Theatre

April 18, 2010
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If you’ve not been to The Castro to see a film yet, you’re missing out. Big time! Not long ago the city had plenty of smaller movie houses which ran one or two films at a time, were found in most every neighborhood, and had a unique local feel to each and every one of [...]

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