Picks of the Week: Brighten those midsemester blues

Midterms getting you down? Bogged down in essays and club activities? These diversions from the everyday drudgery of student life are just the thing to ail those mid-semester blues. Dolores Park’s “Final Days of 2014,” until Thursday The (in)famous Dolores Park in the Mission District of San Francisco is closing
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Picks of the Week

Escape the rain this week with some singing snowmen, jazzy blues, Wes Anderson wit and Pharrell jams. How could you go wrong? SUPERB screening of ‘Frozen’ It really doesn’t matter if singing Disney princesses aren’t your thing, or if you got a terrible frostbite once and cringe at even the
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Art tribute to Wes Anderson ‘Bad Dads’ is anything but

With wry wit, a signature aesthetic and, of course, that classic deadpan humor, Wes Anderson embodies the difference between mere filmmaker and indie auteur. His films have wooed audiences since the ’90s (with his first film being “Bottle Rocket”), and his success has culminated in a cultlike following. His stylized
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Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola and … Prada?

As you wait impatiently for next year’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” enjoy Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola’s whimsical short film for the upcoming fragrance, Candy L’Eau. In their fifth project together, the pair have created three charming short films entitled “Je m’appelle Candy.” The films are each only just over
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‘Bad Dads’ features art based on Anderson films

There are two major Wes Anderson camps — either you’ve never heard of the guy, or you eat his movies up like deliciously twee vegan crepes. Building on his signature style of picturesquely framed scenes, dry humor and hopelessly dysfunctional families, Anderson has cropped up quite the following, especially apparent
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