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      The Tech Museum of Innovation

      San Jose (2395.8 mi)
      Its name may contain the word "museum," but The Tech Museum of Innovation prefers not to wallow in the past. Since its earliest days in 1978, it has exhibited the timeless principles of science while also celebrating the latest in technological achievement. In doing so, the institution inspires visitors to apply that same spirit of creative problem-solving to all aspects of life. Size: the mango-and-azure domed building fills 132,000 square feet with hundreds of interactive exhibits and six labs Hands-On Experiments: ride in a jet-pack chair worthy of NASA, feel what it's like to experience an earthquake, or grow jellyfish DNA in a lab Eye-Catchers: the creations inside Social Robots, where visitors design and build robots before dressing them up in hats that a human could never pull off Permanent Mainstay: The Tech Awards Gallery, a showcase of past inventions and inventors from the museum's annual Tech Awards Visiting Exhibit: REBOOT:music lets you create modern music with high-tech devices; try the L’HA! Laser Harp, which substitutes laser light for strings Don't Miss: The Tech Studio, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at the prototypes and fabrication of upcoming exhibits—and lets visitors be among the first to test them
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      Bluelight Cinemas

      Cupertino (2404.4 mi)
      The silver screens at BlueLight Cinemas showcase second-run films every day in theaters with high-back chairs and DTS and Dolby surround sound. In the concession area, attendants provide a cornucopia of goods, including Dippin' Dots, Peet's Coffee, and Orville Redenbacher’s popcorn topped with real butter from actual tombs inside the food pyramid. The locally owned theater keeps in tune with the community by staging events throughout the year, offering theater rentals for parties, and allowing moviegoers to influence upcoming features by requesting a movie.
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      Palo Alto International Film Festival PALO ALTO

      PALO ALTO (2407.9 mi)
      Though the Lumière brothers and Thomas Edison are often credited with groundbreaking discoveries that paved the way for modern cinema, history sometimes leaves out a key player: photographer Eadweard Muybridge. Commissioned to find out whether horses lifted all four legs off the ground while galloping, Muybridge invented a device called the zoopraxiscope to display his photographed findings. His first zoopraxiscope screening was held in Palo Alto in 1879, making the city the birthplace of film. To honor Muybridge’s work, as well as the technological innovations bubbling throughout Silicon Valley, the Palo Alto International Film Festival was born in 2011. It focuses not only on new technology, but on breakthroughs in artistic expression, screening a collection of films from around the world. They range from major Hollywood releases, such as 2012’s Looper, to independent works, such as George Lucas’s home videos of himself practicing light-saber moves in his garage. Outside the theater, visitors can mingle at an array of talks, film workshops, and parties.
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      Nickelodeon Theatre

      Santa Cruz (2410.4 mi)
      "The Nick" showcases alternative, foreign, and art-house films in a theater steeped in the stylings of Hollywood. Beyond the elegant marquee lights, in a smoothly styled lobby, the walls are accented with stained-glass detailing comedy and tragedy masks. The retro chic movie house boasts two intimate and two large screens, which will soon play host to a bevy of upcoming shows. Current features include Academy Award nominees Black Swan, Another Year, The Illusionist, and Biutiful, the story of a crime boss who is diagnosed with a serious illness which forces him to reconcile his good intentions with his lawless lifestyle.
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      Game Swap

      San Mateo (2414.9 mi)
      of Our video game store is unlike any other! We offer a wide range of products from the cool new Kinec at Game Swap
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      Alameda Wine Co.

      Alameda (2405.9 mi)
      From the cabernet-hued curlicues on the carpets to the gilded columns and soaring ceilings, the Alameda Theatre is steeped in history. During the Second World War, soldiers crowded in to watch films in the auditorium, which also has spent stints as a practice area for rock bands and as a skating rink. The theater was recently brought out of dormancy with an extensive renovation project that restored the glow to its art-deco façades and towering neon sign. Gold leaf, some still intact from the building’s construction in 1932, leads eyes up to a screen 50 feet in width. A packed schedule of first-run films flickers to life on the big screen, with showings in 3-D letting audiences see explosions leap from the flat surface or watch pieces of the Hulk’s hard-to-program VCR fly past. The historic theater also showcases classic films such as The Graduate or The Wild One every week, and hosts a talent show every Friday and Saturday evening.
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      The New Parkway Theater

      Oakland (2406.3 mi)
      At The New Parkway Theater, viewers nestle into love seats or lounge on cozy couches while munching on comfort food and popcorn, a weekend viewing party writ large. If its owners had their way, the biggest difference between a friend's house and their theater would be the size of the screen. Conceived as a community space, New Parkway's colorful cafe and couch-filled screening rooms encourage showgoers to make friends, sitting with strangers and striking up conversations with particularly interesting throw pillows. An ever-changing schedule reinforces the space's sense of discovery, constantly cycling through indie darlings, classic flicks, and second-run blockbusters. The menu of comfort food comes out of the kitchen and straight to the seats, letting viewers chow down during flicks. Prepared with locally sourced ingredients, options include burgers, grilled cheese sandwiches, and spicy fries. Beer and wine selections all come from brewers and vintners within 100 miles of Oakland.
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      Dealflicks

      Oakland (2405.3 mi)
      Did you know that, on average, 88% of the seats in a movie theater remain empty during a showing? According to the New York Times, this phenomenon really surprised Sean Wycliffe a few years back when he went to see the Oscar-winning film The King's Speech and shared the theater with only two other audience members. With all the focus on online video services, Sean realized movie theaters were being overlooked, and came up with a concept that could help movie houses fill their empty seats. His brainchild became Dealflicks, a website that offers customers discounted tickets (sometimes with popcorn or soda) for same-day showings. Customers shop a selection of deals, each of which is specific to a particular film, theater, and showtime, and upon purchase, receive an email voucher they present at the theater's ticket counter. Dealflicks is partnered with theaters around the country, particularly independent and neighborhood venues, such as the treehouse of the enterprising kid down the street.
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      Four Star Theatre

      San Francisco (2418.2 mi)
      Established in 1919 and under the same local ownership since 1964, 4-Star Theatre specializes in independent and foreign films while also showing major studio releases. Touted by many sources as the best place to see Asian cinema in California, the quaint art house runs regular Asian film series showcasing reels old, new, and from 2067. Coming features include Echoes of the Rainbow, the winner of a Crystal Bear at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival, which tells the story of a working Hong Kong family whose eldest son becomes sick with leukemia. Legend of The Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen is a raucous martial-arts adventure, elaborating on a role made famous by Bruce Lee in Fists of Fury. You can also see documentaries such as The Future of Food and We Are Skateboarders as well as blockbusters such as the second Wall Street installment and the CGI explosion-filled remake of On Golden Pond.
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      Noir City Film Festival

      San Francisco (2415 mi)
      Hailed as one of America’s “coolest film festivals” by MovieMaker Magazine, the Disposable Film Festival celebrates and showcases the world’s best no-budget filmmaking. The festival culls its selections from short films shot on inexpensive equipment such as cell phones, still cameras, and webcams, giving audience to a new brood of cinematic mavericks unfettered by major studios, movie stars, or caterers who never bring enough bagels. Grab a fellow cineaste and eyeball the work of shoestring Scorceses and Bergmanesque Skypers as the 2011 festival kicks off with the competitive shorts program at the grand, lavish Castro Theater. A panel of experts appraises each film, and one diminutive flick is selected by the masses to receive an Audience Choice Award, giving laypeople a taste of the judgmental fun that movie critics, mothers-in-law, and sanctimonious squirrels enjoy every day. A festival T-shirt and tote bag help opening-night attendees reminisce about the evening's miniature masterpieces, and an online gallery of past competitors provides a glimpse of the sort of artistry audiences can expect. After the show enjoy complimentary appetizers and wine from Four Vines Naked Chardonnay, Mark West Pinot Noir, and Avalon Cabernet Sauvignon at the Lookout.
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      San Francisco Cinematheque

      San Francisco (2414.7 mi)
      The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival unveils an exciting lineup of dramas, documentaries, and other captivating cinema by acclaimed filmmakers. The Castro Theatre's weeklong schedule examines the Jewish experience in documentaries such as Strangers No More, an Academy-Award-winning glimpse into a school in Tel Aviv that educates refugee children with traumatic pasts, and Incessant Vision⎯Letters from an Architect, a film by Duki Dror that surveys the life of German-Jewish Expressionist architect Erich Mendelsohn. Simpsons writer and producer Mike Reiss hosts Jews in Toons, highlighting a range of Jewish–themed animated episodes from the Simpsons, South Park, and Family Guy. Dates can court a favorite flame by cuddling up to the romantic comedy The Names of Love or erect a fortress of Raisinets boxes to guard sensibilities against the slasher flick Rabies, which touts itself as the first Israeli horror film.
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      Belway Joel K Attorney At Law

      San Francisco (2413.8 mi)
      Groupon: The movie has a pretty stellar cast—Marisa Tomei, Ryan Phillippe, William H. Macy, and Bryan Cranston, among others. How did working alongside such actors and actresses affect your performance?
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      Roxie Cinema

      San Francisco (2415.4 mi)
      Erected in 1909, when the city's great earthquake and fire were still recent memories, the Roxie Theater is San Francisco's oldest continually operating movie theater. Its late-60s stint as an adult movie showroom is far behind the Roxie, and this vintage Mission District jewel, sporting a classic 1930s neon sign, now functions as a nonprofit operation. With programming predicated on celebrating the cinematic arts and its vibrant history, the theater works with many local film festivals, including Noisepop, Frameline and Indiefest. Other evenings feature writer and director talks, themed screenings and "Neighborhood Nightz," which showcases locally-made short films. Throughout the rest of the year, the Roxie screens art films, documentaries and rare treats that would be very hard to find anywhere else.
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      Balboa Theatre

      San Francisco (2419.1 mi)
      On Christmas Day of 1966, the Balboa Theatre began a second-run engagement of The Sound of Music that lasted until the following May. Doctor Zhivago immediately followed, and remained the single-screen movie palace's only feature for the next seven months—enough time to screen the movie almost three times. Today, fan demand rarely keeps a movie at the Balboa for that long—and now that it has multiple screens, it no longer has to limit itself to just one film—but it continues to listen to what its audiences want. Besides showing brand-new Hollywood blockbusters, the theater reaches into the vaults for frequent repertory screenings. Every Saturday at 10 a.m., for instance, the Balboa shows kids' classics such as E.T., the charming tale of a boy who teaches an alien to use a phone.
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      The Rabbit Hole

      San Francisco (2415.5 mi)
      Established: 2013 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2–10 people Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Metered street parking Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Theater Camps/Birthday Parties Recommended Age Group: Kids
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      Pacific Film Archive

      Elmwood (2404.7 mi)
      The Pacific Film Archive is the Berkeley Art Museum’s venue for all things filmic, cinematic, and animatic, offering screenings, collections, and events and seminars that explore the rich world of motion pictures. An individual membership to the archive comes with a reel's worth of celluloidal benefits, including free admission to the PFA gallery, discounts on tickets to film screenings, and free artist discussions and lectures. With reciprocal membership privileges at more than 30 university art museums, you can become a fixture in the film world, which, unlike the spontaneous-rock-hurling world, is a vibrant, supportive community.
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      Osio Plaza Theatre

      Monterey (2411.1 mi)
      An old-fashioned marquee sign hangs above the entrance to Osio Cinemas, its hand-placed letters broadcasting the six films currently being screened. While the selection changes weekly, the theater always carefully curates a selection of popular films, documentaries, and independent features. That eye for artistry even extends to the refreshments—besides classic popcorn scooped at the concession stand, the on-site Cafe Lumiere serves up slices of cheesecake, squares of brownies, and generally round cups of espresso, all of which may be brought into the theater.
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      State Theatre

      Modesto (2342.7 mi)
      The dazzling, art-deco exterior of The State Theatre sends moviegoers back in time to Hollywood’s heyday. The elegant 1934 theater eschews the big-budget productions and 3D infomercials of today’s movie industry and instead screens classic films and indie features. On opening nights, The State Theatre often hosts Skype Q&A sessions with the directors and other filmmakers.
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      The Retro Dome

      San Jose (2402 mi)
      When The Retro Dome first opened its doors three years ago, it was with the knowledge that its life would be brief and yet explosive. From the start, the owners of the building planned to demolish it at some point in the future. Yet that didn’t stop the staff from making use of the former Century 25 Theater’s stadium-style seating, refurbished chairs, and massive dome. They decked out the interior with vintage, retro-modern décor, complete with a candy counter slinging Pop Rocks and JujuBees. The foreseeable, yet fuzzy ending has recently come into sharp focus, though. The Retro Dome will go dark on January 31, 2013, bringing to an end nearly four years of live music and sing-along cinema.
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      Global Winter Wonderland

      Santa Clara (2398.9 mi)
      From November 23 through January 6, inside California’s Great America theme park will be transformed into a Global Winter Wonderland complete with twinkling displays of rainbow Christmas trees, snowmen, and Santa Town. A highlight of the seasonal event, the Holiday Lantern Festival sets the night aglow with eco-friendly LED and fluorescent lanterns, some of which stand more than 50 feet tall. Joining the lanterns—which have graced international sites including the Statue of Liberty, the London Bridge, and an Egyptian pyramid—are laser light shows, martial-arts displays, and acrobatic performances, all of which enhance the festive atmosphere of the holiday celebration.
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      Red Door Movies

      Palo Alto (2407.6 mi)
      Red Door Movies stocks a massive selection of indie films, foreign flicks, and hard-to-find treasures from yesterday’s forgotten cinemas. Chuckle the night away with comedy titles such as Arsenic and Old Lace, a 1944 classic starring Cary Grant, or multitask a study in Hitchcock with a quiet, romantic date night at home watching The Birds or The Lady Vanishes. Charm dainty guests with a post-dinner screening of Man Bites Dog, which satirizes media violence with playful images of men sloppily eating hot dogs. If you’re an indecisive renter, simply refer to the list of 1,001 movies you must see before you die and spend the next several years not dying as you watch them all.
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      SummerFest

      Newark (2397.8 mi)
      Established: 2009 Pro Tip: Bring your friends, bring the kids, bring your appetite for good food, music, brews, and bring sunblock Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Classic cars, crafts, Microbrews, Music, Recommended Age Group: All Ages Newark's sixth annual SummerFest assembles the best pieces of previous seasons into a single incredible street festival. The prime attraction continues to be a full, two-day line-up of live musicians with craft brewers in surrounding stalls pouring their creations. The marketplace features more than a few brews, though. Artists and crafters peddle their wares, and local community service organizations put together exhibits where guests can learn about their missions. As always, auto enthusiasts can find a selection of classic cars on display, metallic muscle carefully restored and preserved. Kids, on the other hand, can find entertainment suiting their tastes in the KidZone play area, which features inflatable playsets.
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      Holy Cross Greek Orthodox

      Belmont (2413.6 mi)
      420 pounds of butter. 900 eggplants. 210 gallons of honey. This isn’t a recipe for a record-breaking dish, but rather, a portion of the ingredients that go into making this festival delicious. A crew of chefs and bakers spend the three-day event whipping these products and more into Greek dishes and pastries, employing the same recipes and culinary techniques that their forefathers used. This celebration of cultural history and traditions is the foundation on which the Belmont Greek Festival is built. Hellenic enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds descend upon the Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Cross to enjoy food and festivities. A calendar of engaging events includes cooking demonstrations, performances by folk-dancing groups, and tours of the church’s Byzantine-style interior. The outdoor amphitheater hosts live plays, evoking the feel of an ancient theatre thanks to its open-air design and centaur ushers. Kids can take to the Fun Zone for games, rides, and bouncy castles, and shoppers visit the agora flea market to find Mediterranean books, artwork, jewelry, and clothing. The Church of the Holy Cross spreads cheer after the weekend is done by donating part of the festival’s proceeds to local charities, which in the past have included the Children’s Advocacy Council and Samaritan House.
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      Burlingame Optical

      Burlingame (2415.1 mi)
      Strolling into Burlingame Optical is more like the encountering the lobby of a five-star hotel than an eyewear shop. Yet, sure enough, frames by Chanel, Robert Marc, and Chrome Hearts—amid a sea of other designers—fill the shop’s elegant cherry cabinets just waiting to be tested. Eyewear specialists pace the marbled floor, guiding the nearsighted and farsighted to the perfect lenses, from single-vision to digital progressives. At an onsite lab, technicians perform finish grindings and fortify spectacles with anti-reflective coatings and miniature wiper blades.
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      Secrets Adult Super Store

      Oakland (2407.1 mi)
      Adult Megastores' selection of adult novelties gives customers a number of ways to infuse new energy into their love lives. Throughout their 28 locations in California and Hawaii—which operate under such names as Secrets, Lingerie Etc, and Not Too Naughty—shoppers can find a variety of personal massagers, lingerie, and romance items. Adult DVDs provide visual ways to spice up romantic evenings, and massage oils turn back massages into sensual experiences and driveways into surprise slip 'n' slides.
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      Dark

      San Francisco (2415.3 mi)
      The Dark Room is a 50-seat performance space plunked in the Mission’s exact center, serving as a powerhouse of stand-up and underground theater for years. While not a black box, student-run space per se, guests definitely shouldn’t expect any frills at this former bar. Far from bad drapes and the standard comedy club’s brick wall background, this eccentric space pops with personality, including bathrooms plastered in historical tidbits from the SF theater scene from years past. Frequent shows include indie stand up sets, local talent shows and, lately, live renditions of classic TV episodes and a Sunday Bad Movie Night, which is something of a local tradition. For those looking to inquire, The Dark Room also doubles as a rentable space for rehearsals or shows.
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      Shanghai San Francisco

      San Francisco (2413.7 mi)
      The Sacramento Bee, Synapse, San Francisco Chronicle, and Battered Orange Suitcase featured Shanghai San Francisco. Yelpers give it an average of 4.5 stars.
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      San Francisco International Women's Film Festival

      Mission Dolores (2415.4 mi)
      The Women's Film Institute celebrates the contribution of women to the art of filmmaking, drawing attention to underrecognized female camera-wielders and script scribblers. Entering its seventh year, the festival curates a collection of cinematic triumphs created by women from around the globe and super-women from around the universe. Important issues enjoy reanimation in documentaries such as Atomic Mom, copresented by the International Museum of Women, which recounts two mothers' contrasting experiences when the United States dropped an atom bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945. Like a magic school bus, fiction movies help viewers dive into other people's imaginations, with films including Martha and Dee Visit the Fifth Dimension, in which Martha escapes from her neglectful suburban parents and, along with Dee, her invisible friend, embarks on an urban adventure, discovering the meaning of the universe.
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      Yerba Buena Center For the Arts

      San Francisco (2413.9 mi)
      Yerba Buena Center for the Arts presents contemporary art that celebrates human diversity while emphasizing young and emerging artists. Besides perks such as members-only ticket specials and a subscription to the museum’s monthly newsletter, each membership offers a year of gallery admission to exhibits such as TechnoCRAFT, Yves Béhar’s exploration of the narrowing gap between designers and consumers in modern design trends. In Nothing Related, but Something Could Be Associated, Koki Tanaka uses everyday objects in unexpected ways to create playful, unexpected sculptures that will later be fired into space to deflect 1999 RQ36. Yoshua Okón's US exhibit features videos that delight, shock, and astound viewers with improvised performances that were recorded in collaboration with his audience.
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      Summersalt Music Festival

      San Francisco (2415.6 mi)
      Summersalt Music Festival does not yet have any reviews, but it already has more than 1,500 Facebook fans.
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