Posts Tagged ‘Charlize Theron’

Target, Beloved by Regular San Franciscans, Opens New Store October 14th – Gift Card Giveaways Until Then

Friday, September 28th, 2012

I’ll tell you, there are two kinds of San Franciscans:

1. People who know / care about who the current Mayor is; and

2. People who think the Mayor of San Francisco is still Gavin Newsom or Willie Brown or Dianne Feinstein*

A third of the first group welcomes the new City Target store, a third doesn’t care, and a third opposes this corporate chain-store invasion, man.

And the second group? They either don’t care or they welcome this store.

Golfing for Gift Cards and Bullseye doggie dolls:

*Which you know, isn’t too far from the truth, IRL.

(Oh, which of the two groups listed above is larger? The second one.)

I, for one, welcome our new corporate overlords.

As does Charlize Theron:

Feel free to continue shopping online until October 14th.

(And hey, where’s our Masonic and Geary Target, when’s that one coming?)

See you at the City Target on the Second Sunday of October 2012!

OMG, Email the Kabuki Theatre Right Now to See a MAJOR New Film for Free – Sneak Peek on Tuesday, Oct 25th

Friday, October 21st, 2011

Well, I have a guess as to which film this will be.

Hey, what’s this? Is it South African mega-honey Charlize Theron?

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How odd, how did that get here?

Anyway:

“The Sundance Kabuki on Post @ Fillmore will host a special sneak screening of a major motion picture set to release later this year AND THAT IS ALL WE CAN TELL YOU!  We are not allowed to tell you the title, but we can tell you that talent (stars) from the film and the director will be there to talk about the film and what makes this film so special and so different from any other movies these MAJOR award winners have done before.

Tickets are first come, first serve. RSVP to KabukiSneak@gmail.com

 Sundance Kabuki Cinemas 1881 Post Street @ Fillmore

Tuesday October 25, 7.30 pm

Sundance Kabuki 1881 Post Street

Validated Discount Parking

Please note, seating is available on a first come, first serve basis and is not guaranteed.  We suggest you arrive early.

Reminder, only those 21and over may sit in the balcony at the Sundance Kabuki.

One piece of information is that the film is rated R!”

So, if you liked Thank You for Smoking (2005), Juno (2007), and/or Up in the Air (2009) and you want to meet the dude behind them and you like waiting in line with your friends like for hours in cold, dreary, windblown, forever-Starbucks-free Japantown, then don’t delay, email now.