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4:20am

Fri May 1, 2015
News

Cannabis News Roundup: 05.01.15

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Farm-to-table comes to cannabis… Synthetic pot sends users to hospital… Should women smoke more marijuana?  And more.

LEGALIZATION & LEGISLATION

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5:09pm

Tue April 23, 2013
Arts & Culture

Regreturature: The sorry literary past of some of San Francisco's best writers

Under CC License from Flickr user State Records NSW

This Thursday, members of the esteemed San Francisco Writers’ Grotto will stand up and read their worst writing, in front of an audience. It’s part of the annual Litquake Festival, and it’s called "Regreturature." KALW’s Martina Castro went to last year’s show and did some thinking about her own creative process.

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5:09pm

Thu February 21, 2013
Arts & Culture

Litquake organizers take you 'way behind the music' of pop stars

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When was the last time you read an American pop star's memoir? Have you ever flipped through one of those glossy volumes at a bookstore and thought, "How narcissistic! What would possess anyone to read this?"

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11:43am

Fri October 12, 2012
HEAR HERE LIVE AT LITCRAWL

Bring your smartphones and headphones to Hear Here Live on Saturday at 5pm

The Hear Here mobile story tunnel is coming to Hear Here Live this Saturday at 5pm at Public Works in the Mission. The story tunnel features the photos of people who have contributed their story to the Hear Here project, along with a special link to their audio stories. Just a simple swipe of a smartphone will let you listen on the spot to the diverse and touching stories Hear Here has collected and produced so far. Think of it like an art gallery for sound!

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5:49pm

Thu October 11, 2012
Arts & Culture

Muslim women's love lives revealed

Ayesha Mattu (left) and Nura Maznavi (right) co-edited Love Inshallah. Mattu joined Hana Baba to talk about the book.
Courtesy of www.loveinshallah.com

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