Dufty to speak at entertainment association lunch 

If you are in the art, music and culture industry, here is your chance to let local politicos know what’s working and what’s not.

On Friday, May 28, Supervisor Bevan Dufty, who is also running for mayor, will give his perspective on politics that affect the music and entertainment industries citywide. Dufty will speak at a lunch hosted by the California Music and Culture Association, where he will also get feedback from attendees about San Francisco’s cultural landscape and economic vitality.

CMAC, a trade association for the entertainment community that launched in early May, seeks to educate its members and facilitate constructive communication and collaboration with law enforcement and city agencies.

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