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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Launches New Podcast Series, ‘Raw Material’

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Launches New Podcast Series, ‘Raw Material’

Beginning this week, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) partners with Bay Area artist and writer Ross Simonini to launch a six-episode, arts and culture podcast called, Raw Material. The first fall season, titled “Otherworld,” documents artists who work with the unknown, such as…

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Prototyping Festival Seeks to Make Market Street a More Vibrant & Connected Destination

Prototyping Festival Seeks to Make Market Street a More Vibrant & Connected Destination

On October 6-8, Market Street will be transformed for the second consecutive year by more than 30 models, or “prototypes.” The festival will display performance spaces, relaxation zones, educational spaces, green spaces, and interactive art installations. The Market Street Prototyping Festival, an equal partnership between…

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Tycho Just Dropped Full Album ‘Epoch’ Today

Tycho Just Dropped Full Album ‘Epoch’ Today

Ambient music project Tycho, led by former San Francisco and now Berkeley resident Scott Hansen, unexpectedly unveiled a new album today. The last installment in a trilogy, Epoch, is the culmination of more than a decade’s work that has seen the band evolve and mature….

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The Charismatic Castro Neighborhood’s 43rd Annual Street Fair (Sunday)

The Charismatic Castro Neighborhood’s 43rd Annual Street Fair (Sunday)

Street fairs and festivals happen almost every weekend from April to October, culminating with the always bonkers Castro Street Fair. The local neighborhood known as “The Happiest Place in San Francisco” is set to celebrate on Sunday, October 2 from 11am til 6pm–and if it’s…

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The SF Symphony’s Film Series Returns

The SF Symphony’s Film Series Returns

Get your popcorn ready! The San Francisco Symphony’s announced the schedule for their annual Film Series with four of Hollywood’s finest films: 2001: A Space Odyssey, On the Waterfront, Indiana Jones and Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Casablanca. Film Series programming at the Davies…

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Free Days for SF Residents Announced at Cal Academy of Sciences

Free Days for SF Residents Announced at Cal Academy of Sciences

The California Academy of Sciences is inviting San Francisco residents to come visit the living museum for free on certain days during the fall, and again in the spring. Depending on the neighborhood you live in, there are certain days of the year when you…

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Hardly Strictly Night Shows And Daily Lineup Announced

Hardly Strictly Night Shows And Daily Lineup Announced

The daily lineup for the 16th annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival has been unveiled. In addition, a full lineup of more intimate nighttime shows will take place before and during the festival. Many of the night show acts have Americana elements embedded in their sounds,…

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The Chainsmokers, Flume, Major Lazer, Odesza to Headline Tahoe’s SnowGlobe NYE 2016

The Chainsmokers, Flume, Major Lazer, Odesza to Headline Tahoe’s SnowGlobe NYE 2016

Event organizers for the SnowGlobe New Years’ Eve festival in South Lake Tahoe unveiled the mountainous lineup for the 6th annual event, headlined by The Chainsmokers, Flume, Major Lazer, and Odesza. SnowGlobe takes places December 29-31 and advance three-D=day general admission and VIP Passes available…

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Details for the Monstrous Ghost Ship Halloween 2016 Announced (The Orb, DJ Dan, Justin Martin, Dirtybird Records)

Details for the Monstrous Ghost Ship Halloween 2016 Announced (The Orb, DJ Dan, Justin Martin, Dirtybird Records)

Fall weather is in full swing and it’s never too early to be looking for Halloween plans. With the holiday officially falling on a Monday, Halloween events for the whole weekend are in full swing. If you’re looking to go big, Ghost Ship Halloween 2016:…

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Q&A: Bloc Party Lead Vocalist Kele Okereke On Latest Tour Additions, Fabric’s Closing & Upcoming Mezzanine Show

Q&A: Bloc Party Lead Vocalist Kele Okereke On Latest Tour Additions, Fabric’s Closing & Upcoming Mezzanine Show

The British band Bloc Party has created rock music laced electronica and house elements since 1999. The band’s fifth and latest studio album, HYMNS, was released back in January and they have an upcoming tour stop in San Francisco at the Mezzanine on September 19….

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Daily Lineup Announced for Treasure Island Music Festival: Plus 12 Vids to Get You Amped

Daily Lineup Announced for Treasure Island Music Festival: Plus 12 Vids to Get You Amped

With the 10th anniversary (and potentially the last) Treasure Island Music Festival nearly one month away, event organizers revealed the daily lineups for Saturday and Sunday. Single day GA and VIP tickets going on sale Thursday, September 15 at 10am. To get attendees excited for…

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Quintessential SF Concert Venue Bottom of the Hill Celebrates 25 Years

Quintessential SF Concert Venue Bottom of the Hill Celebrates 25 Years

Since September 1991, Portrero Hill concert venue Bottom of the Hill has been an SF staple for live music. The venue has been home to over 10,000 bands who have played here, equaling about 25,000 performances over the past 25 years. Bottom of the Hill…

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