An illustration of columnist Annalise Kamegawa.

Annalise: Doesn’t know music

At This Point

But I did realize that my freshman year of college has marked a start of a significant period in my life — one in which I’ve begun to hear the music that plays behind my dearest memories.
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Picks of the week: For free (mostly)

Now that you’re done with midterms, the last thing you’ll probably want to do is study some more. But why not take the opportunity to learn some new things while your brain’s still a sponge and explore the Bay Area at the same time? From the history of west American
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East Bay artist takes a musical look at Oakland

Zarouhie Abdalian, recipient of the 2012 Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art Award from SF MOMA, has her first solo exhibition with the Berkeley Art Museum’s MATRIX Program, presenting three pieces that show the subtle and dynamic relationship between sight and sound and interior and exterior spaces. Her SECA
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Garry Winogrand SFMOMA

SFMOMA presents Garry Winogrand

Retrospective captures spirit of ‘American Dream’ in photographs

“You could say that I’m a student of photography, and I am,” said renowned photographer Garry Winogrand just before his death when asked by fellow photographer Leo Rubinfien about his lifetime of work, “but really I’m a student of America.” This is an apt description of Winogrand — one that
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