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SF Officials Ban Tour Buses from Alamo Square, Painted Ladies

SF Officials Ban Tour Buses from Alamo Square, Painted Ladies

San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors voted 5-0 to ban tour buses from a 25-square-block area around and including Alamo Square Park.

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City Approves Masonic Auditorium Expansion by Live Nation

City Approves Masonic Auditorium Expansion by Live Nation

Nob Hill’s Masonic Auditorium received approval to expand it’s live music offerings after the San Francisco Planning Commission approved a settlement agreement between building owners, concert promoter Live Nation and neighbors. Nearby residents of 1111 California Street have opposed plans for expansion at the venue…

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Arcade Fire Announces Bay Area Show, Likely to Headline Coachella 2014

Arcade Fire Announces Bay Area Show, Likely to Headline Coachella 2014

Arcade Fire announced a new North American tour today with a stop in the Bay Area, and likely a headlining slot at Coachella 2014.

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10,000 People Volunteer for Make-A-Wish Batman Adventure in SF

10,000 People Volunteer for Make-A-Wish Batman Adventure in SF

More than 10,000 volunteers will hit the streets of San Francisco tomorrow to make a five-your-old boy’s dream of becoming a super hero come true.

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Burning Man Organizers Agree to Pay $600k Annually to Nevada County

Burning Man Organizers Agree to Pay $600k Annually to Nevada County

Black Rock City LLC, the San Francisco-based company behind Burning Man has agreed to pay $600,000 a year over the next 10 years to the sheriff’s office in Pershing County, Nevada for security and other services in the desert.

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Hard Announces Plans for All-Female California EDM Festival In 2014

Hard Announces Plans for All-Female California EDM Festival In 2014

The co-founder of Hard Events is planning an all-female electronic music festival tentatively scheduled for sometime next year. During a recent interview, Gary Richards admitted that only 8 percent of all the acts that performed at Hard Events over the last five years were women….

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Flume Partners With Ghostface for Mixtape, Deluxe Album Release

Flume Partners With Ghostface for Mixtape, Deluxe Album Release

Australian producer Flume (Harley Streten) is set to release a four-disc deluxe edition of his debut self-titled album, featuring a new mixtape, remixes and production software.

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Interview: Atlas Genius Returns for Sold-Out Fillmore Show

Interview: Atlas Genius Returns for Sold-Out Fillmore Show

Australian alternative rock band Atlas Genius signaled their arrival following the meteoric rise of their hit single ‘Trojans” from When It Was Now, the band’s 2013 debut. We spoke with Keith Jeffrey (vocals/lead guitar) before Atlas Genius’ return to San Francisco on November 7 at…

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How to Get a Free Ride Home on Halloween

How to Get a Free Ride Home on Halloween

People out celebrating on Halloween tomorrow might qualify for a free ride home, courtesy of a local law firm’s annual Safe and Sober Free Ride program.

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Q&A: Matthew Shultz of Cage the Elephant

Q&A: Matthew Shultz of Cage the Elephant

High octane American rock band Cage The Elephant released their anticipated new album, Melophobia, this month. We spoke eccentric lead vocalist Matthew Shultz about the band’s extended time off from touring, his musical influences and the band’s live show.

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Danny Brown Replaces Tricky at Treasure Island Fest and There’s an App for That

Danny Brown Replaces Tricky at Treasure Island Fest and There’s an App for That

With only a few days left before the return of Treasure Island Music Festival, organizers made a slight change to the Saturday lineup and released a free app for the festival this week.

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Turntable Live Empowers Musicians to Host Their Own Interactive Concerts Online

Turntable Live Empowers Musicians to Host Their Own Interactive Concerts Online

The creators of social music-sharing website turntable.fm announced a new live music platform, Turntable Live, to support artists and their performances with real-time, interactive shows. The new service will allow online attendees to ask questions, share snapshots and hear other fans all while listening to…

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