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Thanks to This Week's Advertisers
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- The Getty presents Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful, the first U.S. retrospective devoted to the legendary photographer since 1988. The exhibition presents more than 180 works produced over six decades, on display November 11 through March 22.
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- Downtown Women's Center aims to break cycles of chronic unemployment and homelessness with Made by DWC. They empower women to discover talents and develop skills through vocational opportunities.
- The Fine Art Museum of San Franciscopresents Keith Haring: The Political Line. Featuring more than 130 works of art including large scale paintings and sculptures and a number of the artist’s subway drawings. November 8 through February 16.
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