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Win Tickets to Lada Gaga & Tony Bennett at Concord Pavilion

Win Tickets to Lada Gaga & Tony Bennett at Concord Pavilion

Enter for a chance to win 2 tickets to Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett’s tour stop at Concord Pavilion on Thursday May 28th. Follow theses 2 simple steps: 1. Sign up to receive our weekly newsletter and event updates using the form below (unsubscribe at…

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Photos: Seven Lions

Photos: Seven Lions

Seven Lions brings new meaning to the art of music production and performance. And the DJ/producer took a packed City National Civic crowd through a set that moved between house, melodic, trance and dubstep. Want more? >> view the entire photo gallery

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16 Places to Watch Mayweather Pacquiao Fight of The Century

16 Places to Watch Mayweather Pacquiao Fight of The Century

Boxing fans are way past ready for a fight, they know should have happened four or five years ago. Fans know the fighters and the history. They might even have a little $$ on the line. Well, these fans are already getting the fight on…

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Photos: How Weird Street Faire 2015

Photos: How Weird Street Faire 2015

San Franciscans are always ready to tout their weirdness and the How Weird Street Faire is the perfect place to let your freak flag fly. If you happened to miss How Weird 2015, SF Station photographer Chelsea Young’s got your back. Want more? >> view…

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Photos: Alt-J and Tycho Light Up Berkeley

Photos: Alt-J and Tycho Light Up Berkeley

Alt-J and Tycho were at the Greek Theater for two amazing shows last Thursday & Friday – April 16th & 17th. The colors portrayed by Tycho’s lighting seemed to capture the colorful melodies and riffs performed by the live artists. The combination of electronic and…

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TravelTHC Introduces Stoner Friendly Vacation Rentals

TravelTHC Introduces Stoner Friendly Vacation Rentals

Building on the success of Airbnb, the global website dedicated to rental lodging, the excellently named TravelTHC (formerly AirTHC) is capitalizing on recent marijuana legalization in Colorado. While it’s now legal to purchase and ingest marijuana in Colorado, it’s still illegal to smoke in public…

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Travel Guide: Marijuana Friendly Travel in Denver

Travel Guide: Marijuana Friendly Travel in Denver

Once most famous for Skiing and crappy domestic beer, Colorado is now known as one of only two states to legalize the sale of marijuana for recreational use. While Californians wait for a similar law to pass in the Golden State, a recent article on…

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Scratch Up Some Season’s Greetings (Sponsored)

Scratch Up Some Season’s Greetings (Sponsored)

Stuffing a friend’s stocking with a scratcher is just about the easiest way to inject a spark of excitement into a love one’s holiday season. With prizes reaching heights as high as $5 million, scratchers are a fantastic way to spread holiday cheer. Visit CALottery.com…

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Now Playing: Foreign Cinema, Transgender Film, Dallas Buyers & Thor

Now Playing:  Foreign Cinema, Transgender Film, Dallas Buyers & Thor

Movie-goers, this week there’s something that will cater to almost all of your diverse tastes. There are films from and about other parts of the world; there’s a Transgender Film Festival; a couple of adult film at Yerba Buena Center; drama (The Motel Life) and…

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Now Playing: I Am A Ghost, Nosferatu and Tey

Now Playing:  I Am A Ghost, Nosferatu and Tey

Halloween parties dominate. Avoid the movies unless it’s scary. Here are a couple of suggestions: I Am A Ghost at the Castro or The Balboa presents Nosferatu and Creature Features. Tey makes it’s SF Premiere at the Roxie on Sunday. Movies Opening This Week: Oct…

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Now Playing: Sister Cities Cinema, After Tiller, and SF Art & Film for Teenagers Fest

Now Playing: Sister Cities Cinema, After Tiller, and SF Art & Film for Teenagers Fest

Occasionally we double back to art house films when everything Hollywood’s offering pretty much sucks. This is one of those weeks. If you want to watch Carrie, rent the one with Sissy Spacek — now that’s a freaky classic. What’s good? If you haven’t seen…

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Now Playing: Sacred Ground, Muscle Shoals, Captain Phillips and Mother of George

Now Playing:  Sacred Ground, Muscle Shoals, Captain Phillips and Mother of George

Another week of solid choices abound. Fresh off its premiere at Mill Valley Film Festival, Standing on Sacred Ground is a sincere look at the fight to preserve native cultures and the magical places the inhabit. Muscle Shoals shines a light on another magical place,…

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