Notes from an Extended Art Crawl, SF Weekly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

August is the month when most of the world goes on vacation and makes you feel a bit of a chump for staying put in a dubious staycation in the half-deserted city. Many theaters and concert venues go dark, and some galleries reduce their viewing hours. Unless you’re happy to pay more than $200 for Big Music Festival tickets, you might fear you’re stranded in a city as bereft of cultural offerings as your average American city, which is a grim prospect indeed. But starting late last week we found a plethora of unusual events, so maybe there is hope for the people without a cabin in Tahoe. (continue reading)

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