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Secession Art & Neighborhood Support for Merchants Affected by Mission Bernal Fire

Secession Art & Neighborhood Support for Merchants Affected by Mission Bernal Fire

Following the huge, five-alarm fire in Mission Bernal on the 3300 Mission block last Saturday, June 18, Secession Art & Design and the Mission Bernal Merchants Association have teamed up to help local merchants rebuild after the devasting fire. Nine businesses were seriously damaged, more…

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SF’s Oldest Indie Vinyl Shop Aquarius Records to Close, New Successor Named

SF’s Oldest Indie Vinyl Shop Aquarius Records to Close, New Successor Named

Owners of Aquarius Records on Valencia Street announced that the store will close July 4 and reopen July 29 under a different name. Owners Andee Connors and Allan Horrocks made the decision to sell the store after realizing Aquarius needed revitalization that the owners were…

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Q&A: Then & Now with Hip Hop Collective Hieroglyphics

Q&A: Then & Now with Hip Hop Collective Hieroglyphics

West Coast hip hop has a rich history dating back to the 1980′s, with movements that emerged both in Northern and Southern California. Although the Los Angeles story of Dr. Dre, Eazy E, Ice Cube and N.W.A. received plenty of recognition, there was a similarly…

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Wilco, Los Lobos to Headline 2nd Annual Sound Summit Festival & Mount Tam Benefit

Wilco, Los Lobos to Headline 2nd Annual Sound Summit Festival & Mount Tam Benefit

Sound Summit: A Benefit for The Mountain returns to the slopes of Mount Tamalpais on September 17, featuring performances by rock band Wilco, Mexican-American rockers Los Lobos, jazz fusion act Bill Frisell’s Guitar in the Space Age, blues rock group The Stone Foxes, and more….

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Q&A: Alt-Rock’s Cage The Elephant Returns to SF With New Material

Q&A: Alt-Rock’s Cage The Elephant Returns to SF With New Material

Grammy-nominated rock band Cage The Elephant embarked on a cross-country arena tour last month in support of fourth studio album, Tell Me I’m Pretty. They have an upcoming stop in San Francisco and are set to play Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on June 23, with…

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Treasure Island Music Festival Reveals 10th Anniversary Lineup: Sigur Rós, Ice Cube, Purity Ring…

Treasure Island Music Festival Reveals 10th Anniversary Lineup: Sigur Rós, Ice Cube, Purity Ring…

The organizers behind Treasure Island Music festival announced the complete lineup for the 10th anniversary event, headlined by Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós and Compton-based rapper Ice Cube. Taking place October 15-16, other noteworthy performers include the return of James Blake (who played the festival…

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Free Event: 32nd Annual Fillmore Jazz Festival Returns Independence Day Weekend

Free Event: 32nd Annual Fillmore Jazz Festival Returns Independence Day Weekend

Take advantage of the long holiday weekend by attending the largest free jazz festival on the west coast. The 32nd annual Fillmore Jazz Festival runs July 2-3 from 10am–6pm each day, attracting more than 100,000 visitors. Spend Independence Day weekend enjoying the sights and sounds…

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100 Chefs Collaborate for New SFMOMA Restaurant, Opens Next Week

100 Chefs Collaborate for New SFMOMA Restaurant, Opens Next Week

The remodeled San Francisco Museum of Modern Art opened last month to the public with many new exhibits and three new restaurants, one of which had not yet opened. Beginning Tuesday, June 14, that restaurant, In Situ, opens on the ground floor for daytime dining…

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Dates Announced for Coachella 2017, Advance Tickets on Sale This Week

Dates Announced for Coachella 2017, Advance Tickets on Sale This Week

Although many festival-goers are still basking in the glow of Lightning in a Bottle or reminiscing this year’s Coachella, event organizers Goldenvoice have gone ahead and announced the dates for the 2017 Coachella Music Festival with tickets going on sale Wednesday, June 8 at 11am…

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Live Review: UK Duo Gorgon City Turnt Up for Oakland

Live Review: UK Duo Gorgon City Turnt Up for Oakland

UK dance duo Gorgon City culminated their North American tour with London music quartet Rudimental on Thursday night with a high-energy performance at Oakland’s Fox Theater. Their fluid, dance style can be compared to fellow British electronic duo Disclosure, but with less R&B and more…

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A First of Its Kind Stanley Kubrick Exhibit Coming to SF

A First of Its Kind Stanley Kubrick Exhibit Coming to SF

The first show dedicated to the life and work of legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick is coming to San Francisco starting June 30 and will be available to view at the Contemporary Jewish Museum through October 30. The exhibit will showcase a treasure trove of materials…

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Q&A: Experimental Pop Duo Young Magic Brings Chaotic Energy to the Fillmore

Q&A: Experimental Pop Duo Young Magic Brings Chaotic Energy to the Fillmore

New York experimental duo Young Magic has a unique approach to music creation and travels the world seeking out and recording sounds in a variety of exotic locations. The group, now based in Brooklyn, originally formed as an international trio with Australian Michael Italia. Now…

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