• A Shaping San Francisco Public Talk NOV 30, 2011 WED at 7:30PM FREE Check out Shaping San Francisco’s current Public TALKS and other public programming at ShapingSF.org. with Starhawk, Megan Prelinger, and Chris Carlsson. Megan Prelinger’s book “Another Science Fiction” takes a whimsical look at how the Space Race was promoted during its heyday 1957-62, […]

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  • A Shaping San Francisco Cycles of History Bike Tour NOV 19, 2011 SAT at 12PM $15-50 Sliding Scale Check out Shaping San Francisco’s current Bicycle Tours and other public programming at ShapingSF.org. Dissent Covering everything from literary dissenters to urban riots and protests, this tour examines sites of conflict and unrest, the social movements and […]

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  • A Shaping San Francisco Public Talk NOV 9, 2o11 WED at 7:30PM FREE Check out Shaping San Francisco’s current Public TALKS and other public programming at ShapingSF.org. with Glenn Lym. It is a common assumption that street grids were imposed easily on San Francisco’s original landscape, resulting in the city’s photogenic hillside streets that poke […]

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  • A Shaping San Francisco Cycles of History Bike Tour NOV 6, SUN at 12PM $15-50 sliding scale Check out Shaping San Francisco’s current Bicycle Tours and other public programming at ShapingSF.org. From the pre-urban history of Indian Slavery to the earliest 8-hour day movement in the U.S., the ebb and flow of class war is […]

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  • Light TAP Productions OCT 27-30 THU-SUN at 8PM HALLOWEEN! is musical parody of America’s obsession with slasher films: “Mrs. Skerritt chaperons 4 school ‘girls’ up to the lake for a fun-filled Halloween dance over at the boys’ camp. But someone also invited crazed tranny killer Michele Myers to crash the party! Freddy, Jason, and Michael […]

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  • A Shaping San Francisco Public Talk OCT 26, WED at 7:30PM FREE K. Ruby, Esperanza Pallana, Melinda Stone, three experts on Urban Homesteading, will bring their wit and intelligence to a wide-ranging presentation on the growing phenomenon. Ruby is co-author of “Urban Homesteading: Heirloom Skills for Sustainable Living.” Esperanza Pallana is behind the website pluckandfeather.com, […]

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  • OCT 23, SUN at 7:30PM A History of the Body, a new multidisciplinary theater work by Aimee Suzara (founder of the Pagbabalik/Return Project) explores the impacts of colonization on the body, using the particular history of Filipino Americans to illuminate universal experience.  The play, in development, addresses beauty, skin color and whitening, and exposition. A […]

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