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What Are You Working On? With Carlton Evans

7x7 checks in with a member of the local film scene and takes their temperature. This week, we chat with film producer and Disposable Film Fest founder Carlton Evans. 

Group Exhibition a Litmus Test of Locally Inspired Talent

Ouroboros, the enigmatic ancient symbol of the snake eating its tail, appears across cultures and in multiple contexts, from the tombs of the Egyptian pharaohs and the annals of Jungian philosophy to mythological tales of alchemy.

The Decodification of Finding a Parking Spot

Dear Parking Guru,

Thanks to you I've been ticket-free for over two years now and consider myself a savvy parker. But I have a situational question for you that has really got me stumped, and your insight on the situation might be a game changer for me.

Rated X: 7 Films to Watch This Week

Originally created by the MPAA in 1968, at the same time as the classifications G, PG and R, the original intention of the X rating was to denote 'adult content.'

Art and Science Mingle at the Next NightLife!

Next week, the highly talented people from the California College of the Arts present NightLife at the Academy of Sciences dedicated to the convergence of science and art.

Spend a Saturday Afternoon with Chinese Art

NanHai Art is building some buzz around its commercial gallery, set to open in the New Year.

Submit Your Innovative Design Projects to the CA Home+Design Awards!

Our sister mag CA Home+Design is doing something pretty cool, and inviting California-based design pros to submit their most innovative recent project for consideration in their annual CA Home+Design Awards

Two Sense: I Don’t Want to “Share” Holidays

Photo credit: Elena Elisseeva
At what point am I obligated to attend family holidays with my boyfriend?

Two Art Exhibits Worth the Drive

Power: Those who wield it and those who don’t are the subjects of African-American artist Kara Walker, whose controversial works mine the contentious intersections of race, gender, sexuality, and identity.

Reading Roundup: This Week's Top Literary Events

Each week, we offer a roundup of the best literary events in the city. All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted. Want to submit an upcoming event for consideration? Go here.

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