Cheer on Runners: The Golden Gate Half Marathon will be held on Sunday, Nov. 6. The 13.1-mile route goes through San Francisco and cuts through the Golden Gate Bridge. Registration is still open for interested participants ($124.00). The marathon itself begins at 7 a.m. PT. “What I really liked about this race is that you were able to run across the GG Bridge on one side, run underneath & come out on the opposite side. The course is hilly but it is so worth the pain.” – Tarliena A., Facebook
Redefine the Traditional Narrative: The Books in Browsers VII event will be held between Thursday, Nov. 3 and Friday, Nov. 4 at Gray Area’s Grand Theater (2665 Mission St, San Francisco). The goal of the event is to examine how images and video work with text to form new narratives and instructional materials. Tickets cost $495.00.
Celebrate American Indian Culture: The American Indian Film Festival’s opening night is Friday, Nov. 4. It will begin with an awards show at 7 p.m. PT at the Fillmore Heritage Center (1310 Fillmore St., San Francisco). The festival is geared toward presenting the stories of American Indian culture, history and survival over the years. Tickets to the show are $25.00 at the door.