Bruns Amphitheater, OrindaHailed as a “boisterous, rollicking, surreal…journey into American history” by the Mail Tribune during its sold-out run at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, American Night brings the groundbreaking work...
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Wednesday, May 29 8:00p
Sunday, May 19 11:00a
Vintage European Posters, BerkeleyThe West has always beckoned those in search of change. The adventurous came to California to stake land, to find gold, and later, in search of personal transformation in the Summer of Love...
Thursday, May 23 6:00p
Children's Creativity Museum, San FranciscoColeman Advocates for Children & Youth, the leading voice for children and families in San Francisco, holds its gala event - Celebrating Change for the Next Generation: An Evening of Hope, Justice,...
Tuesday, May 28 7:00p
World Affairs Council Auditorium, San FranciscoUS Response to Global Conflict: New Thinking in Syria, Kenya and Burma Ambassador Rick Barton, Assistant Secretary of State for Conflict and Stabilization Operations, US Department of State, will ...
Friday, May 31 6:00p
Delancey Street Screening Room, San FranciscoWhat happens to child soldiers after war? Everyday Gandhis Films invites you to meet Lassana Kanneh, a former child soldier from Liberia...
Thursday, Jun 13 11:00a
San Francisco Hilton – Union Square, San FranciscoEqual Rights Advocates (ERA) is proud to announce that fair pay activist Lilly Ledbetter will serve as the Keynote Speaker at its 39th Annual Luncheon, to be held on Thursday, June 13, at the Hilto...
Wednesday, May 22 8:00p
Brava Theater Center, San FranciscoPlease join as at our first annual Acting Out– For the Health of It event benefiting Breast Cancer Action...
Wednesday, May 22 7:30p
Faithful Fools Street Ministry, San FranciscoThe SF Sex Worker Festival is proud to welcome activist and artist Emi Koyama, focusing on dynamics of the carceral state...
Monday, May 20 10:00a
Visual Aid Gallery, San FranciscoA solo exhibition of ambitious, mixed media paintings by David Young Allen, exploring the complex achievements of three men who opposed slavery. April 28 - May 30, 2013, open 10am - 6pm, M-F
Monday, Jun 10 7:30p
The Booksmith, San FranciscoWhat is a home? In FINDING HOME: How Americans Prevail, journalist and Haight Ashbury resident Sally Ooms showcases everyday people around the country who say home is rarely just the structure they...
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