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A&E: SF around the Internet

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

Billy Joel will play his first show in San Francisco in 40 years on September 5. (SFist)

Jenny Olson's film “The Royal Road” connects San Francisco's past with the present. The film has been selected by the 2015 Sundance Film Festival as one of the New Frontier films. (The Park Record)

The City will be the setting for Read Only Memories, a cyberpunk dystopian video game set in 2064. (KQED)

Looking for a place to get the perfect purple hair dye? Here's a list of SF salons that do awesome color jobs. (Racked)

Noir City and the Jewish Film Festival are both going on right now. What films should you see? (Indie Wire)

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