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Misfits: Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein Joins Danzig for Halloween

Misfits: Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein Joins Danzig for Halloween

With a playing style virtually unmatched in its raw, pounding and ferocious approach, guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein has been stomping stages and shredding strings around the world for more than 30 years now.

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Classic Horror, Prog Rockers Goblin Make San Francisco Debut This Weekend

Classic Horror, Prog Rockers Goblin Make San Francisco Debut This Weekend

Having composed and performed the haunting soundtracks for some of the most iconic and influential horror films of the 1970s and 1980s, Italian rockers Goblin are touring the United States for the very first time this month, stopping at the Warfield on October 20, just…

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‘Sharktoberfest’ Celebrates Sharks in San Francisco

‘Sharktoberfest’ Celebrates Sharks in San Francisco

While the Discovery Channel and the rest of the cable TV-watching world have “Shark Week” each summer, here along the Northern California coast we get an entire month of celebrations in the fall with “Sharktober.”

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Review: Iggy and The Stooges at C2SV

Review: Iggy and The Stooges at C2SV

The inaugural C2SV Music Festival peaked at St. James Park for an outdoor concert featuring Bosnian Rainbows, Thee Oh Sees and headlined proto-punk rock legends Iggy and The Stooges. Though the crowd was small at first for The Bang and Bosnian Rainbows (featuring members of…

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Chocolate Lovers: Ghirardelli Chocolate Festival Returns This Weekend

Chocolate Lovers: Ghirardelli Chocolate Festival Returns This Weekend

With a name that is synonymous throughout the world for delicious chocolate, Ghirardelli has been making tasty treats in San Francisco since 1852. The company celebrates all things chocolate at Ghirardelli Chocolate Festival, a two day fete where visitors can sample a wide variety of…

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Walt Disney Family Museum Celebrates 50 Years of Tiki Room

Walt Disney Family Museum Celebrates 50 Years of Tiki Room

For a half-century now, a collection of fine, feathered friends have greeted and entertained visitors at Disneyland’s Enchanted Tiki Room

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Silent Film Festival Revives ‘Forgotten’ Hitchcock Films

Silent Film Festival Revives ‘Forgotten’ Hitchcock Films

While legendary film director Alfred Hitchcock is almost universally known as the master of suspense in classic cinema, his early work in England during the silent film era has not be as visible on the radar of the general public.

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Interview: Bob Saget Gets Dark and Dirty at Regency

Interview: Bob Saget Gets Dark and Dirty at Regency

While Bob Saget may be irrevocably linked to his clean-cut image playing the character of Danny Tanner on the sitcom “Full House” and as host of “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” the veteran comedian has a much broader spectrum and depth to his work, ranging from…

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Interview: Comedian Jon Lovitz Stops at Cobb’s This Week

Interview: Comedian Jon Lovitz Stops at Cobb’s This Week

Comedian Jon Lovitz has been making fans laugh for nearly 30 years, with a stint on Saturday Night Live, to appearances on TV shows such as Seinfeld and The Simpsons and films, including The Producers.

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Looney Tunes: Chuck Jones Exhibit Revisits Storied Career

Looney Tunes: Chuck Jones Exhibit Revisits Storied Career

As one of the pioneers of early animation, Chuck Jones perfected many of the techniques that would influence and inspire later generations of artists.

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