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Patty Ho/WikimediaThe Museum of Broken Relationships will be in San Francisco next month.

San Francisco is a city famous for its arts and culture. So what happened over the weekend? Check out the links below.

The San Francisco Opera Guild and Saks Fifth Avenue have teamed up to present Fashion Forwad: An Evening with Erdem at Pier 27. (Broadway World)

Architecture for Humanity has closed its headquarters in San Francisco and plans to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection. (New York Times)

The Museum of Broken Relationships will be in San Francisco next month and the traveling museum is taking submissions. (SF Weekly)

San Francisco blues rock band Howlin' Rain will release its sixth studio album on January 27, but it's streaming online right now. (Consequence of Sound)

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