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Comedienne Teresa Tudury at Sunnyside Conservatory March 6

The Sensational Chanteuse and Comedienne is Back!

Friday, March 6, 2015, 7 pm with Teresa Tudury celebrating 5 years in our restored Conservatory. Teresa was so fabulous the first time around that we couldn’t imagine having our big shindig without her. Also performing magician Ray Hoey.

$20 suggested donation. Refreshments Served. At the door or in advance on Brown Paper Tix:

Co-sponsored by Friends of Sunnyside Conservatory and San Francisco Recreation and Park Department. Doors Open at 6.

236 Monterey Blvd. between Baden and Congo

More Info on Teresa: With a deep, sultry voice that magnetizes audiences, and a comedic wit to match, Teresa Tudury is a consummate performer who pours out her original songs with power, verve, passion, and disarming humor. Teresa’s voice has been described as a cross between Bette Midler and Bonnie Raitt (LA Weekly). Her vocal stylings are perfectly complemented by her bluesy guitar playing.

Ray Hoey has been spinning his magic since 2004, and will dazzle with his illusions and historical knowledge of magic through the ages.

To benefit free community events at the Sunnyside Conservatory.


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Ex Libris Gallery Opening on Feb. 3

FullSizeRender“Bird & Beckett has given the neighborhood books and books clubs, records, jazz and music, and now, beginning on February 3, it plans on giving Glen Park all sorts of art.

Join Jack Whittington  from 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday night as he showcases the first of monthly exhibitions of graphic art, collages, imprints and photographs at Gallery Ex Libris at 653 Chenery Street. Whittington’sinaugural event will feature over a dozen imprints of Robbie Sugg, a local artist. A reception will follow.”

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Glen Canyon Park Tennis Courts open starting today!

Photos by Murray Schneider
The Glen Canyon tennis courts opened for their first match Wednesday morning, after an initial closure last spring to correct a drainage issue.
Within minutes, two players took court side, crossed newly striped lines and executed perfect two-fisted backhands and shotgun first serves on their way to completing the first set of tennis seen in Glen Park in a half-of-year.

Tennis anyone?


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