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  • FoundSF.org is Shaping San Francisco’s new wiki. Found San Francisco is a living archive of the city providing people with access to its lost history. Hundreds of people have contributed stories, photos, video oral histories and more. Our project shows that history is much more than Richter scales and gold rushes. Browse the archive by […]

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  • CounterPULSE is offering a special 20% discount on July and August 2009 evening event & performance bookings! Please visit our online rental calendar to check availability and submit a rental request form to reserve space today! Now is also the time to book for events in the upcoming Fall 2009 Season! The CounterPULSE printed calendar […]

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  • Fri.-Sun. May 22-24, Thurs.-Sun. May 28-31, 8pm, $20 $25 at the door) Macho Ballads; dances with aggressive overtones & romantic undertones. New works & the recent Litquake collaboration with writer, Michelle Tea–“an aesthetic-pleasure-overload fantasy” SF CHRONICLE. The dances for 10 men & premiere with world class jugglers will rock. Buy Tickets Now!

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  • Wed. May 27, 7:30pm, Free Susan Greene is a public artist, activist, educator and clinical psychologist. Her practice straddles a range of cultural arenas, focusing on borders, migrations, decolonization and memory. Greene is one of four Jewish American women artists who in 1989 founded the ongoing “Break the Silence Mural Project” in solidarity with Palestine.

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  • Free, A Nature in the City co-production Redesigning urban life off the grid. How can urban dwellers begin immediately to move towards self-sufficiency? We’ll have several permaculture practitioners presenting step-by-step recommendations for the next six months, a 1-year and a 3-5 year transition…K. Ruby (Inst. Of Urban Homesteading), Novella Carpenter (Ghost Town Farm), Kevin Bayuk […]

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  • Wed. Jan. 21, 7:30pm, Free Years in the making! Shaping San Francisco has finally completed its arduous migration to a wiki-format. Check it out BEFORE Wednesday at foundsf.org! Explore the new living archive of the city’s history with Chris Carlsson and LisaRuth Elliott. Get a demonstration of how to use it, and suggestions and guidelines […]

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  • paige starling sorvillo/blindsight • SF International Arts Festival Thu-Sat. May 22-24 & 29-31, 8pm $20 (Members $15, Thursdays: pay-what-you-can) Integrating contemporary butoh dance with stunning live video and an original sound score, blingsight creates a sense-saturated exploration of intimacy and violence. At 37˚celcius we have unprecedented potential to connect, to risk, to make contact inside […]

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  • Winter Artist in Residence Showing: Violeta Luna Burried in  the Body of Remembrance/ Enterrada en el Cuerpo del Recuerdo Wed. May 21 8pm Free for CP Members only Part one of a “border trilogy” on immigrant issues, by the interdisciplinary collective of immigrant artists “Secos & Mojados” the piece aims to develop a language for […]

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