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Your Weekend: January 23 – 25

Only do this stuff if you’re not too busy prepping for this mushroom hunt. (B.Y.O. mushroom photos and tales of “fungal exploits”)

FRIDAY:

Anthony Discenza: Trouble Sleeping

WHAT: Opening! rotating exhibition with new stuff on display every week

WHERE: Et Al

WHEN: Saturday @ 7 p.m.

COST: free

 

Poet’s Theater Night 1

WHAT: The thirteenth annual

WHERE: Omni Oakland Commons

WHEN: Friday @ 7 p.m.

COST: $15

 

Staged Reading: Words to End All Wars

WHAT: Commemorating WW1 via letters, diaries, Hemingway, confessions

WHERE: Pigott Theater, Stanford

WHEN: Friday//Saturday @ 8 p.m.

COST: free

 

SATURDAY:

Poet’s Theater Night 2

WHAT: a new play is premiering!

WHERE: Little Boxes Theater

WHEN: Saturday @ 7 p.m.

COST: $15

 

AF Art Book Pop-Up

WHAT: mini pop-up fair. Fun AF!

WHERE: Kadist

WHEN: Saturday 2 p.m. -7 p.m.

COST: free

 

Powers of Ten

WHAT: like the films by the same name only in real life

WHERE: Bass and Reiner Gallery

WHEN: Saturday @ 6 p.m.

COST: free

 

SUNDAY:

Poetry Flash

WHAT: Celebration for Ambush Review

WHERE: Diesel Bookstore, Oakland

WHEN: Sunday @ 3 p.m.

COST: free

 

Portland Cello Project

WHAT: PCP at it again

WHERE: The Chapel

WHEN: Sunday @ 8 p.m.

COST: $15

 

ALL WEEKEND LONG:

SF Sketchfest

WHAT: Last year, I met Ned Shneebly from School of Rock at sketchfest. This year features Wyatt Cenac/Adam Scott/Bill Nye the Science Guy and all your other favorite comics.

WHERE: Various venues around the city.

WHEN: Opens on Thursday

COST: Varies

 

hi5

WHAT: First year MFA showcase

WHERE: Stanford Art Gallery

WHEN: 11 am each weekend day

COST: Free

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