Rock ’n’ roll photo night supports literary arts

Rock ’n’ roll photo night supports literary arts

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‘Rock, Paper, Photo’: Acclaimed rock photographer Michael Zagaris presented his iconic images and answered questions Thursday at the John Varvatos store on Geary Street. The event — hosted by Jordan Kurland, Jamison O’Toole, Allen Scott and David Steele — was a benefit for
826 Valencia, a group dedicated to guiding and encouraging young writers.

Steve Miller Band helps raise funds for JCCSF

JCCSF Showcase: The Steve Miller Band headlined the annual fundraiser for the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. Rocking the center’s Kanbar Hall on May 19, the event and its “Go On, Take the Money and Run” theme benefited the organization and its programs.

 

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Rock ’n’ roll photo night supports literary arts

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