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Kanye West Rumored to be Working with Paul McCartney

Kanye West Rumored to be Working with Paul McCartney

Fresh from headlining separate performances at Outside Lands and Candlestick Park, it appears Kanye West and Paul McCartney could be working on a collaboration on the rapper’s next album.

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Q&A: Rebelution’s Eric Rachmany on Legalizing Marijuana, Living in SF

Q&A: Rebelution’s Eric Rachmany on Legalizing Marijuana, Living in SF

Eric Rachmany, founder and lead singer of reggae group Rebelution, isn’t shy about with his feelings on marijuana legalization. Channeling a quote from Bob Marley with roots in the Bible: “Cannabis is the healing of the nation.”

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Giveaway: Win Tickets to a Chromeo, Holy Ghost! Secret Show

Giveaway: Win Tickets to a Chromeo, Holy Ghost! Secret Show

Montreal electro-funk duo Chromeo and Brooklyn-based synthpop band Holy Ghost! will play a free secret show hosted by PayPal at an undisclosed location in downtown San Francisco on Friday. We’re hooking up one lucky winner with guaranteed entry and a “fast pass” to cut to…

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The Killers to Play the Independent Before Outside Lands

The Killers to Play the Independent Before Outside Lands

The Killers have announced an intimate Saturday night before they headline Outside Lands music festival this year. Tickets for the August 9 show are sure to sell quickly when they go on sale Saturday at 10am, even at $75 with a limit of two per customer….

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Culture Collide Brings International Music & Arts Festival to Mission District

Culture Collide Brings International Music & Arts Festival to Mission District

Today Culture Collide announced the launch of their two-day international music and arts festival is set to arrive in San Francisco’s Mission District on October 14th and 15th. Representatives from more than 25 countries are slated to participate in music and comedy performances, industry panels,…

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Crowdfunding Campaign Launched for Batkid Documentary

Crowdfunding Campaign Launched for Batkid Documentary

A new crowfunding campaign was launched this week for finishing touches on Batkid Begins, a documentary film that explores how five-year-old leukemia survivor Miles Scott went viral and became an international phenomenon last year. Directed by Dana Nachman, the film project follows the events leading…

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Electric Daisy Carnival Considering Two-Weekend Expansion?

Electric Daisy Carnival Considering Two-Weekend Expansion?

Dance music events promoter Insomniac is potentially contemplating changes to Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) in Las Vegas, asking for public opinion on why or why not it should consider extending the event to two weekends. In a new blog post titled, “Should EDC Las Vegas…

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Burning Man to Expand to 10 Days This Year

Burning Man to Expand to 10 Days This Year

In 2014, Burning Man participants can arrive slightly earlier and hangout later after the Burn as part of a one-year test for the festival in the northern Nevada desert. The annual experiment in community, art, radical self-expression and radical self-reliance typically takes place the last…

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Cut Chemist Discusses Jurassic Five Reunion, New DJ Tricks

Cut Chemist Discusses Jurassic Five Reunion, New DJ Tricks

Six-member Los Angeles hip-hop collective Jurassic 5 has a string of summer shows as part of their “Word Of Mouth Reunion Tour,” stopping at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre on Friday July 11. Rooted in the 1990s alternative hip-hop movement centered around the open-mic scene in the…

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Life is Beautiful Festival Expands With Kanye West, Foo Fighters and OutKast

Life is Beautiful Festival Expands With Kanye West, Foo Fighters and OutKast

The Life is Beautiful festival returns to Las Vegas on October 24-26 with headliners Kanye West (also at Outside Lands), rock giants Foo Fighters, and reunited hip-hop duo OutKast (also at Treasure Island Music Festival). The 2014 edition of the festival expands from two days…

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Burning Man Video Wins Northern California Emmy

Burning Man Video Wins Northern California Emmy

A six-minute news story from San Francisco public TV station KQED about Burning Man was awarded a Northern California Emmy for the Arts/Entertainment-Feature/Segment category. Hosted by reporter Thuy Vu, the “Burning Man Beyond the Playa” video depicts the awe-inspiring and interactive one-week art festival attended…

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Renovated Masonic Auditorium to Reopen with Pixies and the 1975

Renovated Masonic Auditorium to Reopen with Pixies and the 1975

After a settlement agreement with concert promoter Live Nation and several millions of dollars spent on renovations, the Nob Hill Masonic auditorium is scheduled to re-open in September with an increased concert schedule, including appearances from the Pixies and British rockers the 1975.

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