RE/Search Newsletter #171, Dec 2017 Part 2
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Table of contents
1: Forthcoming events part 2
3: Recommended links
5: Letters from readers
6: Sponsors (Check ’em out! – they make this newsletter possible!)
It would be very cool if you could get someone to sneak into the hotel to interview us while we’re being held hostage. Maybe you can get a drone camera or a rope ladder.
1. FORTHCOMING EVENTS PART 2: (San Francisco unless Otherwise Noted)
() $ Gray Area Jan 9, 7pm Ryoji Ikeda live set!
() Now through Jan 28, 2018: BAMPFA **BERKELEY** Miyoko Ito Art Show! Also, Jan 17-May 6 BAMPFA has a huge show titled “Way Bay” of Bay Area artists like Bruce Conner, Joan Brown, Jay DeFeo, Richard Diebenkorn, and many others — a must-see! www.bampfa.org
() Free Wed Jan 31, 7pm City Lights Bookstore Jen Pelly from NYC presents her 33-1/3 book on The Raincoats – live conversation with Greil Marcus!
PERENNIAL FORTHCOMINGs to CHECK OUT:
() Support the Roxie Theater: great programming EVERY NIGHT (our opinion). http://www.roxie.com
() Castro Theater: a beautiful Film Palace! Amazing built-into-the-walls pipe organ often played before shows, so get there early… () The Balboa, too! Go OUT to the movies! See films with others & buy popcorn! It’s FUN! () The Embarcadero Theaters: walking distance from RE/Search office. We often go here!
() S.F./BAY AREA EVENTS to Google Regularly: The Long Now Foundation. Goethe Institute. The List (Punk Rock). Dorkbot. Bottom of the Hill. The INdependent. Thee Parkside. The Chapel. Brick & Mortar. ATA Gallery (last “underground” film place?). Mule Gallery. Live Worms Gallery on Grant Avenue. The Lab under Dena Beard. Southern Exposure Gallery under Patricia Maloney. SF Cinematheque under Antonella Bonfanti. Gray Area on Mission St/23rd St: very avant-garde programming; go to their website.
Most of us are too busy to sit down and watch a “TV show,” so now (while you’re driving, gardening, walking) you can listen to some of the conversations that happen around the table at the RE/Search office.
Newest Podcast: Wolf Eyes The extremely well-read “Psych Jazz” band-of-outsiders improvised a compelling performance with guest musicians at The Peacock Lounge, 552 Haight St. Thanks to Decker for all hospitalities extended.
Thorsten Schutte [director of Frank Zappa documentary “Eat That Question”
3: Links (send us some!)
5: Letters from readers
If you would like to be a sponsor, a year costs $144; we ask for a 6-month minimum of $72.1. BEYOND BAROQUE: Only bookstore in L.A. with a complete stock of RE/SEARCH BOOKS! Please patronize them… (Also, we hope there are still some RE/Search titles at The Pop-Hop in L.A.; thanks, Rhea Tepp!) RE/Search books now at bozomag‘s store!2. V. Vale’s RE/Search Newsletter is cordially sponsored by “Beyond the Beyond. http://archive.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond http://brucesterling.tumblr.com @bruces http://flickr.com/brucesterling “Information Wants To Be Free WE MEAN IT MAN! $0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0$0 (x6/30/16)
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