Tagged: Castro Theatre

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New Castro Theatre organ gets $60k Indiegogo campaign

Last year we posted about the uncertain fate of the Castro Theatre’s famous organ often referred to as “the Mighty Wurlitzer”. Organist David Hegarty, the man who has been playing the organ before shows for theatergoers for over 30 years, told us that the organ is not actually owned by the Castro...

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Sunday rainy day to do: Super Bowl, Castro Theatre

It’s wet outside and a little bit windy, but if you’re still itching to head out of the house/apartment/micro-apartment today we’ve got a couple of options. Super Bowl Even though the 49ers didn’t make the cut,  that’s not stopping some of your local watering holes from playing the “big game”...

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Who’s Ready For The Week End!?

Fall has finally arrived. The air holds a chill a bit longer despite the spattering of weakening sunshine. It’s the perfect time to take stock of what’s what in the Castro and plan a week end of good times to help stoke your fun furnace. Our weekly list of picks...

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Castro Trick or Treat! Week End Fun

Halloween aka Gay Christmas is quickly approaching and the City is abuzz with events, parties and only during October spooktacular special affairs. While the huge Castro Street Halloween holiday party is no more and part of neighborhood folk-lore there’s still a lot of great things to do for you and every one...

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EVENT: Sexy James Franco headed to the Castro

The dashing, jack-of-all-trades, Bay Area native actor James Franco will be making an appearance at the Castro Theatre this Sunday to discuss life, love, Hollywood, and his newest exploit: a book! Yes, when he’s not acting, directing, producing, or teaching, he apparently writes too! His first* book is titled, Actors...

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The Best Damn (Castro) Week-End EVER!

Have you noticed? The City is nearly a ghost town. Between Bay Bridge shut down, Burning Man exodus and scads of citizens pushing off for the four-day, Labor Day week-end Bagdad by the Bay is blessedly quiet. I’m. SO. STOKED! I plan on taking full advantage of the situation and...