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The Mexican Museum in SF Set to House the Nation’s Largest Latino Art Collection

The Mexican Museum in SF Set to House the Nation’s Largest Latino Art Collection

San Francisco will soon be home to the largest collection of Latino Art in the United States, thanks to the construction of the 60,000 square foot Mexican Museum, which is set to open in early 2019 at downtown Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Mexican-American…

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Noise Pop Festival Announces New ’25 To 25′ Event Series to Celebrate Its 25th Edition

Noise Pop Festival Announces New ’25 To 25′ Event Series to Celebrate Its 25th Edition

As a lead-up to the quarter-century milestone, independent arts festival Noise Pop has announced their plans to launch a new event series called “25 To 25,” featuring 25 curated music, film, and art events. These events will be spread out over the next several months,…

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Skrillex to Headline First SuperCity Summer Festival at Oakland Coliseum

Skrillex to Headline First SuperCity Summer Festival at Oakland Coliseum

Following the success of the inaugural SuperCity 50 back in February, Northern California’s only summer outdoor stadium festival will return to Oakland Coliseum on August 19 to kick off its first annual SuperCity Summer Fest series. Headlining the event is Skrillex, along with performances by…

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Meet & Play Ping Pong with the 2016 U.S. Olympic Table Tennis Team in SF

Meet & Play Ping Pong with the 2016 U.S. Olympic Table Tennis Team in SF

With the Rio Olympics fast-approaching, seize this opportunity to show your spirit and meet this year’s U.S. Olympic Table Tennis team before they take off for Brazil at the first-ever “Friends With Paddles” fundraising event. Social ping pong club SPiN will host a benefit in…

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Q&A: Mark Farina on SF Nightlife & His Latest Compilation Album

Q&A: Mark Farina on SF Nightlife & His Latest Compilation Album

San Francisco resident, house music icon, and mushroom jazz creator Mark Farina is set to release his latest compilation album, Mushroom Jazz 8, on July 22. The global traveler currently has a monthly residency at Monarch and is known for his extended sets, mixing jazz,…

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Phono Del Sol Founder Discusses Origins of Non-Profit Music & Food Festival

Phono Del Sol Founder Discusses Origins of Non-Profit Music & Food Festival

The Bay Bridged, a non-profit arts organization supporting the San Francisco Bay Area independent music community, has partnered with local recording studio Tiny Telephone, to create a spectacular lineup for the 6th Annual Phono del Sol Music & Food Festival. Electro pop duo Chairlift and…

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12-Day Flower Piano Extravaganza Arrives at SF Botanical Garden

12-Day Flower Piano Extravaganza Arrives at SF Botanical Garden

Back by popular and overwhelming demand, a 12-day Flower Piano extravaganza returns to San Francisco Botanical Garden from July 7-18. Enjoy the summer sunshine by visiting this public piano project that transforms the garden into an outdoor concert hall with twelve pianos tucked into its…

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Dirtybird BBQ Multi-City Tour Lineup Announced

Dirtybird BBQ Multi-City Tour Lineup Announced

An all-star lineup of mix masters from the San Francisco-based Dirtybird Records has been announced for the third annual BBQ Tour, happening August 13 on Treasure Island. Catch label head Claude VonStroke and co-captain of grooves Justin Martin, as well as J.Phlip, Christian Martin, Worthy,…

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Free Event: Newly Expanded 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced

Free Event: Newly Expanded 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced

Australian indie-electronic band Miami Horror and four-piece alternative Latino group Chicano Batman have been announced as headliners for this year’s 20th Street Block Party. Hosted by independent music promoter Noise Pop, the free Mission district music and food festival will take place from noon to…

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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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