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Q&A: Italian Producer Crookers Brings ‘Sixteen Chapel’ to Temple

Q&A: Italian Producer Crookers Brings ‘Sixteen Chapel’ to Temple

Phra Barbaglia, an Italian electronic producer better known as Crookers, is set to release his third album Sixteen Chapel later this spring, but before that he’s bringing a genre-bending party to Temple this Saturday. We spoke to Phra about his evolution from turntablist to producer,…

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Coachella Reveals Massive 2015 Food Lineup

Coachella Reveals Massive 2015 Food Lineup

Coachella is following in the foot steps of Outside Lands with a food lineup featuring some of the hottest eateries from the LA scene. The Coachella 2015 food lineup offers a full range of simple bites like pizza and grilled cheese and gourmet options such as…

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UK Multi-Instrumentalist Jack Garratt to Make SF Debut at Sold-Out Popscene Show

UK Multi-Instrumentalist Jack Garratt to Make SF Debut at Sold-Out Popscene Show

London-based troubadour Jack Garratt alternates live singing with vocal samples while simultaneously playing the guitar and keyboard, using loop pedals for bass and drums, and tinkering with his laptop. He can also play the trombone, harmonica, mandolin and ukulele. Garratt wraps up his U.S. tour…

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Interview: OK Go Shoots for the Moon With New Album, Tour

Interview: OK Go Shoots for the Moon With New Album, Tour

It’s been six years and 25 million views since OK Go went viral with an epic choreographed treadmill video, and the band is showing no signs of slowing. In addition to a new album, Hungry Ghosts, and handful of other video antics, The band kicks…

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SF Street Food Festival Will Move to Dogpatch for 2015

SF Street Food Festival Will Move to Dogpatch for 2015

This year’s seventh annual San Francisco Street Food Festival, a celebration of local food and drink, community, and entrepreneurship, will be held over two days at new locations in the Dogpatch at Pier 70 on August 15-16.

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Monterey’s First City Festival Will Not Return for 2015

Monterey’s First City Festival Will Not Return for 2015

Monterey’s First City Festival will not return for its third year this summer, according to organizers.

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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong to Open Oakland Guitar Shop

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong to Open Oakland Guitar Shop

Billie Joe Armstrong of East Bay pop-punk band Green Day plans to open his own music store in Oakland called Broken Guitars on April 3. Located at 423 40th Street, Broken Guitars will be located across the street from independent record store and label 1-2-3-4…

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Report: SF Apartment Rent Prices Reach (Another) All-Time High

Report: SF Apartment Rent Prices Reach (Another) All-Time High

The average one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco now costs a whopping $3,460 per month, which is an all-time high for the area and officially makes it the most expensive rental market in the United States.

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Free Events to Celebrate Temporary Farewell to The Bay Lights

Free Events to Celebrate Temporary Farewell to The Bay Lights

San Francisco is hosting a couple of a free events this week to celebrate a two-year run of The Bay Lights sculpture, which will be temporarily decommissioned Friday morning in order to complete maintenance on the bridge’s cables. Fortunately, the not-for-profit foundation Illuminate the Arts…

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Rumor Mill: Who Will Perform at Outside Lands 2015?

Rumor Mill: Who Will Perform at Outside Lands 2015?

While we eagerly await the Outside Lands lineup announcement, there are a few subtle hints, rumors and lots of wishful thinking for performers who might grace the stage in Golden Gate Park this summer.

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Sonoma Raceway Could Host a 4-Day Music Festival

Sonoma Raceway Could Host a 4-Day Music Festival

The 2.52-mile Sonoma Raceway road course and drag strip could soon be the future home to the newest music festival in the Bay Area after owners submitted a bid to host a four-day event that could rival Outside Lands and Napa’s BottleRock. According to SFGate,…

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Oakland’s Bacon and Beer Festival Returns in March

Oakland’s Bacon and Beer Festival Returns in March

Bacon and beer lovers can gather on Sunday, March 15 to sample creative dishes and fine brew at the Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival, presented as a fundraiser for not-for-profit community organization Oakland Grown. The festival, back for it’s second year in Oakland after debuting…

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