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Tomorrow: A Gorgeous Day for Dogfest in Duboce Park

The forecast for tomorrow is sunny with a high chance of furries for the annual celebration of San Francisco's canines.

Saturday: The Fifth Annual Dogfest in Duboce Park

Saturday: The Fifth Annual Dogfest in Duboce Park

The rain is reportedly tapering off on Saturday, just in time for a fun frolic with your four-legged friends at Dogfest, the annual benefit for McKinley Elementary School!

Head over to the lovely Duboce Park for a free event that includes face painting, games, yummy bites, an extensive auction, and a trove of vendors.

Lemony Snicket’s The Composer is Dead

Suspects in the murder of one decomposing composer are the clarinet (“everyone knows reed instruments are sneaky”), the bass (“tired of playing the boring parts”), and the flute (“angry about having to act like birds.”) Responsible for seeing justice done is one hook-nosed inspector with a notebook and an unfortunate proclivity for accidentally snapping off the corpse’s left hand.

Better known as Lemony Snicket, Daniel Handler is an irreverent Bay Area celebrity whose delightfully wrong sense of humor makes him entirely capable of writing a children’s story about a dead body. The dead body in question is the titular composer, a master of classical music now good only for rat food.

DAWN 2010 is Coming...

Get your party pants on, because DAWN 2010 is throwing one helluva celebration in honor of the Jewish holiday Shavuot. On May 15th you can lounge with libations in-hand, and party with the penguins at the California Academy of Sciences. Have a few laughs with Sandra Bernhard, chill with Gary Shteyngart, and Daniel Handler (aka Lemony Snicket), and dance those party pants right off at a live performance from Fool's Gold.

Murder Most Musical, Lemony Brings in the Goth at the San Francisco Symphony

The Cellos and bass are weary from dragging their large bodies around.  Likewise, the percussion instruments are beat.

(They had employed xylophoniness and cymbalism, you see). Such orchestral shenanigans bare the distinctively peculiar mark of Lemony Snicket, the pseudonymous author whose name is synonymous with macabre mayhem for the younger crowd.

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