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Haunting for Art and a Party? Trick or Treat at Hunter Point Open Studios

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Skip the light fantastic and check out two great San Francisco classics…

One of the most fun and unique events in the City has all the components of a great party; a venue teeming with interesting people, great location, free parking, food and beverage and a dazzling diversity of art: sculpture, oil, watercolors, pastels, collage, metalworks, and jewelry. Fall Open Studios at Hunters Point is Saturday, October 30 and Sunday, October 31 from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm. Venture out to the City’s nonpareil art show. Start promptly at Building 101 and see:


I Like Mike

Michael Rodman is one of San Francisco’s premier oil painters. His fans are legion and his work is legendary. Michael is a City boy – Lowell High School grad, and he knows all the best sights and sites in San Francisco. An active member of the Artists Guild of San Francisco and you may see him painting on a corner in North Beach, Baker Beach or Nob Hill. His cityscape and landscape oil paintings are absolutely remarkable. Guaranteed, they will take your breath away. You will want to own a Rodman.

The Great Pumpkin is coming: Mental/Dental – Some good little children leave that accumulated sweet candy for the Great Pumpkin who comes in the night. The ‘GP’ makes candy disappear and leaves a treat: a small toy, a book, a CD or a board game like Candyland?


Feeling Spooky?
The motto for Nob Hill San Francisco Vampire Tours should be: ‘Watch your neck, vampires present’. Line up to get your Spooky Vampire tours every Friday and Saturday nights, 8:00 pm on the corner of California & Taylor Streets. Spooktacular guide, Mena Harker (aka“Fang”) loves necking. Beware. CLOSED

Enjoy the Winning Giants at the 2010 Texas Barbecue

Game 3 — Sat, Oct. 30 — San Francisco @ Texas — 3:57 p.m.

Game 4 — Sun, Oct. 31 — San Francisco @ Texas — 4:57 p.m.

San Francisco Dating@50 Examiner, Page Larkin, welcomes your feedback, questions and queries at Page.Larkin@gmail.com.

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One thought on “Haunting for Art and a Party? Trick or Treat at Hunter Point Open Studios

  1. jim harrison on said:

    Spooky and right on, Page. We love your profound insights

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