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Food Prints at 18 Reasons; Free Fitness in Palo Alto

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MISSION—This Thursday, March 6th, from 6 to 9pm, 18 Reasons will celebrate it's new group printmaking exhibition: Over the Table, On the Fridge, In the Kitchen. It features work from Bay Area artists a href="http://jenniferkindell.com/">Jennifer Kindell, Kate Klingbeil, and Carissa Potter, who draw their inspiration from the kitchen. Expect to see compelling images and objects centered on the wonderful world of food. If you can't make the opening tomorrow, the work will be on display until April 26th. [Racked Inbox]

PALO ALTO—Are those New Years Resolutions long forgotten already? Uforia Studios and blogger Adiel of It's Because I Think Too Much have just the thing. They're getting together to offer a free private class at Uforia that combines their Revolutions (music-filled and sweat-producing cycling) and Bliss (tension-relieving yoga, dance, and pilates) sessions. Space is limited so RSVP to reserve your spot, stat! [Racked Inbox]

18 Reasons

3674 18th St, San Francisco, CA