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By Matt Crawford
A San Francisco tradition returns for those brave enough to face the cold weather and the prying eyes of passersby with the annual No Pants BART ride, an event that drew more than 600 people in their tighty whites and underwear last year. Guitar legend Jimi Hendrix is the topic of discussion at Books Inc. with Hendrix historian Steven Roby and Mid-Winter hardware showcase the art of Duncan C. Dobson in North Beach. Hunny Bunny and Her Hot Toddies kick off the weekend with steamy dance routines and Root Division celebrates its 10-year anniversary with an alumni art exhibition in the Mission.
Hunny Bunny and Her Hot Toddies welcome the weekend sultry dance routines at their monthly appearance in the Mission District. Friday.
Few guitarists have had more of an impact on future generations of musicians than Jimi Hendrix. He was only 27 years old when he died in 1970, but he left a sprawling collection of interview that historian Steven Roby will discuss at Books Inc. Friday.
New United Media, the label for the oeuvre of Duncan C. Dobson, showcases his paintings, audio recordings, written work, and photography. Friday
Root Division, an art and education space in the Mission, celebrates 10 years of peace, joy and longevity with an alumni exhibition. Saturday.
No pants, no problem. The annual No Pants BART Ride drew more than 600 people flaunting their undies on the public transit system last year. Sunday.
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