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Event Pick: “Turn it Around: the Story of East Bay Punk” Film Screening at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond 

Aug. 26

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Murray Bowles

Check out the colorful documentary “Turn it Around: the Story of East Bay Punk” at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond on Saturday, Aug. 26, in the Dominion Room. Narrated by human hot-dog Iggy Pop, the film spans 30 years of punk music history largely centered around the 924 Gilman Street music collective. $8 admission. 8 p.m. screening.
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