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Q&A: J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr.

Q&A: J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr.

One gets the feeling that J Mascis would rather plug in and let the music speak for itself instead of talking about his impact on rock music and his band Dinosaur Jr. Nonetheless, the soft-spoken frontman stops in San Francisco with the band on December…

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Win Tickets to See The Kooks at The Fillmore

Win Tickets to See The Kooks at The Fillmore

It should be a jolly holiday season for The Kooks, who are riding their breakout single “Junk Of The Heart (Happy)” through sold out venues across the U.S. The English rockers hit The Fillmore on December 13 before they take a break for the holidays….

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Noise Pop Announces Initial Lineup

Noise Pop Announces Initial Lineup

The organizers behind Noise Pop, San Francisco’s multi-day celebration of indie music at various venues throughout the city, just provided the first glimpse of bands set to perform at the festival, February 21-26.

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Photos: Black Star at Mezzanine

Photos: Black Star at Mezzanine

Talib Kweli and Mos Def returned to San Francisco as Black Star, with two nights of golden-era hip hop at Mezzanine this week. SF Station photographer Alex Akamine caught the action at the first sold-out show.

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Photos: Blow Up at DNA Lounge

Photos: Blow Up at DNA Lounge

Jeffrey Paradise and Ava Berlin were back at DNA Lounge over the weekend for the 11.11.11 edition Blow Up. As usual, the venue was packed and the party went off.

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Anatomy of a Mural in Polk Gulch

Anatomy of a Mural in Polk Gulch

Artists responsible for a Native American themed mural in San Francisco’s lower Polk Street neighborhood discuss their inspiration and intentions.

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Brazilian Surfer Wins Ocean Beach Contest

Brazilian Surfer Wins Ocean Beach Contest

San Francisco’s first major professional surfing contest ended Monday with 17-year-old Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina winning first place at the event.

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Feelin’ It, Vol. 1: Tracks We Love

Feelin’ It, Vol. 1: Tracks We Love

Whether it’s a hot new track or a blasting beat from the past, sometimes you’re just feelin’ it. Here are nine tracks the Pulse blog crew has on heavy rotation.

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It's Official, Kelly Slater Wins 11th World Title

It's Official, Kelly Slater Wins 11th World Title

There was no trophy or champagne on the podium, but an even larger showed up to watch Kelly Slater win his 11th world title Sunday at Ocean Beach in San Francisco.

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The Lineup is Set for Nov. 10

The Lineup is Set for Nov. 10

After thousands of votes, hundreds of tweets and Facebook posts, three bands are set to play The Lineup, a local music showcase presented by SF Station and BAMM.tv on Nov. 10.

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Meet The Lineup Winners

Meet The Lineup Winners

The final votes are in for The Lineup, a local music showcase presented by SF Station and BAMM.tv on Nov. 10.

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Kelly Slater is Not World Champ, After All

Kelly Slater is Not World Champ, After All

In a strange turn of events, the Association of Surfing Professionals admitted a calculation error for it’s ranking system and announced that Kelly Slater incorrectly awarded the world title. The revised rankings leave Slater in first place but Australian surfer Owen Wright could still statistically…

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