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Pop-Up Magazine’s ‘Sidewalk Issue’ helps make scavenger hunt out of Hayes Valley

Eleanor Davis’ “Work/Life” mural is section of Pop-Up Magazine’s “The Sidewalk Issue” in Hayes Valley. Picture: Gabrielle Lurie / The Chronicle

Pop-Up Magazine’s normal shtick is to change a significant-quality magazine into a phase clearly show. Audiences eat a bunch of posts — some chunk-dimension, some probing, all sharp and surprising — that are performed as readings and movie and audio and multimedia. The consequence frequently feels anything like the really like baby of an intellectual salon and a vaudeville road present.

In the late pandemic, with indoor theaters even now generally closed, the 12-calendar year-aged organization has fashioned a

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