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World Series Trophy on Display at Vogue Theatre for Giants Movie

World Series Trophy on Display at Vogue Theatre for Giants Movie

One of San Francisco’s oldest operating cinemas, the Vogue Theatre, hosts a special screening of “The Giants World Series Movie” on November 25 with the 2014 World Series Trophy on display.

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Pablo Sandoval Leaves SF Giants for Boston Red Sox

Pablo Sandoval Leaves SF Giants for Boston Red Sox

The news that many Giants fans were dreading has reportedly arrived—the team’s star third baseman Pablo Sandoval is leaving San Francisco after deciding to sign a five-year contract with the Boston Red Sox worth nearly $100 million, according to several online reports. The Venezuelan switch hitter,…

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Caribou, Dan Deacon, Giraffage to Perform at Noise Pop 2015

Caribou, Dan Deacon, Giraffage to Perform at Noise Pop 2015

Noise Pop announced the initial lineup for its 23rd annual festival, which runs next February 20 through March 1, led by electronic psychedelia artist Caribou, avant-garde performer Dan Deacon, and Fool’s Gold’s latest signee, San Francisco local Giraffage. Other noteworthy headliners for the 2015 music…

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SF to Submit Bid to Host 2024 Summer Olympics

SF to Submit Bid to Host 2024 Summer Olympics

San Francisco officials and business leaders will once again attempt to host the Olympics, this time for the 2024 Summer Games, with a proposal to build a temporary main stadium near Candlestick Park, improve transportation and host sporting events in the downtown area. According to…

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Comedian Amy Schumer to Bring ‘Back Door Tour’ to SF

Comedian Amy Schumer to Bring ‘Back Door Tour’ to SF

Honest and unapologetic stand-up comedian Amy Schumer is coming to San Francisco for a stand-up show on the big stage at Davies Symphony Hall as part of her “Back Door Tour.” Schumer’s provocative and hilariously wicked mind will be on full display on March 26…

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Coachella 2015 Lineup Rumors and Confirmations

Coachella 2015 Lineup Rumors and Confirmations

It’s never too early to speculate about the Coachella lineup, especially when potential acts have already announced tour schedules that align with the West Coast or have giant gaps during the two Coachella festival weekends in April. Using process of elimination, industry sources and some…

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Mission District Venue Elbo Room To Be Demolished for Condos

Mission District Venue Elbo Room To Be Demolished for Condos

After months of speculation and hand wringing in the music scene, the owners of the two-story building on Valencia Street housing bar and music venue the Elbo Room confirmed plans to demolish the property for condominiums. During a recent community meeting, Dennis Ring and Susan…

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Exploratorium Announces Special Appearance by Dan Deacon

Exploratorium Announces Special Appearance by Dan Deacon

Baltimore-based experimental composer and master crowd activator Dan Deacon will perform for 150 people at one of the world’s most experimental museums on December 11 with this season’s bimonthly “Resonance” music series at the Exploratorium. Space is limited for Deacon’s upcoming gig inside the Exploratorium’s…

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Q&A: Capital Cities Return With ‘Sky is Falling Down’ Tour

Q&A: Capital Cities Return With ‘Sky is Falling Down’ Tour

Los Angeles electro-pop outfit Capital Cities finish their “Sky is Falling Down” fall tour with four California shows beginning November 16 at Fox Theater.

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Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals Announce Four Shows at the Fillmore

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals Announce Four Shows at the Fillmore

The band is getting back together. Ben Harper announced plans to reconnect with the Innocent Criminals next year for four concerts in San Francisco. Taking place at The Fillmore March 25-28, Ben Harper’s troupe regroups to play an eclectic mix of blues, soul, reggae and…

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SF Producer Giraffage Prepares for Fool’s Gold Debut

SF Producer Giraffage Prepares for Fool’s Gold Debut

San Francisco-based dance music producer Giraffage, a.k.a. Charlie Yin, is deeply rooted in the Bay Area. He was raised in San Jose, graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in political economy and now lives near Lake Merced in San Francisco. This past June, the…

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Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons to Headline Live 105′s Not So Silent Night

Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons to Headline Live 105′s Not So Silent Night

Organizers for one of the the Bay Area’s biggest winter concerts, Not So Silent Night, announced the artist lineup for the two-day holiday tradition, including Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons, Alt-J and Interpol. Not So Silent Night, hosted by alternative radio station Live 105, returns to…

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