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Titanium22/FlickrMarc Heustis looks back on two decades of screening classic films at the Castro Theater.

Titanium22/FlickrMarc Heustis looks back on two decades of screening classic films at the Castro Theater.

San Francisco is a city famous for its arts, culture and food. Here's what's going around the Web on Thursday.

Here's a really thorough analysis of S.F.'s breakfast burritos, charts and all. (The Bold Italic)

Sunday's screening of “The Other Barrio” at the Indie Film Festival used noir film to tell a story using real footage from protests and photos from around the Mission. (Mission Local)

Show business legend Marc Heustis looks back on 20 years of screening classic films and Hollywood glamour at the Castro Theater. (Hoodline)

Take a look at the menu for the Seoul Patch “Breakfast Happy Hour” coming this Saturday to Pizza Hacker in the Mission. (Mission Mission)

Daniel Green is one of the youngest artists to ever exhibit at S.F.'s Creativity Explored, a studio space and and gallery for artists with developmental disabilities. (Huffington Post)

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