653 Chenery Street
in San Francisco's Glen Park neighborhood

Now open six days a week
Tuesdays to Sundays
11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
with limited browsing
curbside pickup and delivery also available

1-415-586-3733
[email protected]

Stay tuned for the next B&B benefit party in Jerry Ferraz's backyard! Here's some video of the last one!

Bird & Beckett Archived Events

jazz in the bookshop

October 18, 2011

jazz in the bookshop every Friday since 2002! all ages welcome! $10 per…

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Meltzer on Stage

October 14, 2011

Sunday, October 16 – 2 pm Maestro David Meltzer The Stuntman! Interviewed on …

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Parlor Tricks

October 14, 2011

Sunday, October 16th, 4:30 & 5:30 pm (two sets) Suggested donation $10 per…

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Litquake – B&B at Kaleidoscope

October 13, 2011

Thursday, October 13th, 7:00 pm Six at Kaleidoscope: San Francisco Poets For the…

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Litquake – Micah Ballard & Alli Warren

October 10, 2011

Monday, October 10th, 7 pm Micah Ballard + Alli Warren – POETS! Litquake…

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Don Prell’s SeaBop Ensemble

October 5, 2011

jazz in the bookshop every Friday since 2002! Friday, October 7th, 5:30 to…

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Black Crown String Band

October 4, 2011

which way west? Sunday concert series Sunday, October 9th, 4:30 & 5:30 pm…

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Vaganova Today + Allan Jacobs

October 4, 2011

Two Book Events This Weekend Sunday, October 9th, 1:00 pm Vaganova Today: The…

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George Peacock Benefit

October 4, 2011

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fingerstyle guitarist

September 28, 2011

October 2nd – Sunday, 4:30 to 6:30 pm Special guest “fingerstyle” jazz guitarist…

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Books

Books

"It is in doubt and not in faith that the salvation of the world is to be found. Faith is a delusion and a snare: a pitfall, a prison. It intimidates the intellect. With fear of eternal damnation religion crushes intellectual activity; with hero worship it destroys individuality; with hopes for the beyond it prevents the growth of ideals for the present. It makes of us a race of intellectual cowards; it changes but little if any our daily conduct toward each other. But doubt sets us free."

-- Job Harriman, 1902

 

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