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Hiero Day Returns to Oakland for Labor Day

Hiero Day Returns to Oakland for Labor Day

Hiero Day is officially a Labor Day tradition in Oakland as the day party arrives at Linden Street Brewery for its third year on Monday with a full day of Bay Area hip hop.

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Burning Man Reopens After Rain Delay, Watch the Live Stream Video

Burning Man Reopens After Rain Delay, Watch the Live Stream Video

All roads leading to Burning Man reopened at 6am on Tuesday and the official live stream video from Black Rock City shows free-spirited Burners moving and biking around the Playa. Organizers of the week-long arts and counterculture event closed the gates on Monday following about…

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Photos: The Zombies Close 77th Annual Stern Grove Festival

Photos: The Zombies Close 77th Annual Stern Grove Festival

The 77th edition of Stern Grove Festival closed on Sunday with San Francisco favorite Vetiver and 1960s UK rockers the Zombies.

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Young Jeezy Arrested For Illegal Firearms After Shoreline Shooting

Young Jeezy Arrested For Illegal Firearms After Shoreline Shooting

Mountain View detectives arrested rapper Young Jeezy on Sunday after serving search warrants in connection with a shooting that left one man dead at Shoreline Amphitheatre on Friday, according to San Jose Mercury News. In addition to Jeezy, five other people associated with Wiz Khalifa’s…

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Burning Man Closed Temporarily Due to Heavy Rain

Burning Man Closed Temporarily Due to Heavy Rain

After torrential rains and thunderstorms, Burning Man has been shut down by organizers until at least midday Tuesday and no one is allowed into the festival.

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Photos: Party Pics From 20th Street Block Party

Photos: Party Pics From 20th Street Block Party

The 20th Street Block Party returned for its second year with a full lineup of music curated by Noise Pop, food and drinks form neighborhood favorites like Central Kitchen, and lots of beautiful Mission District sunshine. Photos by SF Station photographer Stewart Tomassian.

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Oakland’s Bells Atlas Bring Unique, Worldly Grooves to Rickshaw Stop

Oakland’s Bells Atlas Bring Unique, Worldly Grooves to Rickshaw Stop

Oakland band Bells Atlas formed over two years ago, honing a sound that mixes influences of jazz, soul, hip-hop and west African music to create an ensemble somewhere between the realms of Erykah Badu and Battles. They aren’t afraid to push the envelope—or open the envelope,…

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Photos: Under the Influence with Wiz Khalifa at Shoreline

Photos: Under the Influence with Wiz Khalifa at Shoreline

Wiz Khalifa’s Under the Influence of Music Tour touched down at Shoreline Amphitheatre on Friday with all-star cast of MCs, including Young Jeezy, a surprise performance from E-40 and sets from IAMSU and Sage the Gemini.

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Chromeo, Alesso to Headline Live 105’s Spookfest Halloween Massive

Chromeo, Alesso to Headline Live 105’s Spookfest Halloween Massive

One of the biggest Halloween dance parties in the Bay Area, the Spookfest Subsonic Halloween Massive, returns to Oracle Arena on Friday, October, 31 led by Swedish EDM act Alesso and 80s electro-funk duo Chromeo. Even though summer is not over yet, it’s never too…

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Method Man, Redman and B-Real Join Smoker’s Club Tour

Method Man, Redman and B-Real Join Smoker’s Club Tour

The Smoker’s Club tour will return to San Francisco for its fifth year with a full lineup of ganja-friendly rappers, including blunt brothers Method Man and Redman and B-Real of Cypress Hill. The national tour stops in San Francisco on Nov. 8 at the Regency…

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Movie Review: ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ Falls Short

Movie Review: ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ Falls Short

It may be nine years since Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s first Sin City, but they don’t miss a beat visually with Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Actually, on much of the surface it seems as if it’s a continuation of the first,…

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Rudimental’s Piers Agget Discusses New Album Before 1015 Folsom Gig

Rudimental’s Piers Agget Discusses New Album Before 1015 Folsom Gig

Rudimental, a four-man collective of producers and DJs from East London, arrive in San Francisco for a rare DJ set on August 26 at 1015 Folsom after opening for Ed Sheeran at SAP Center in San Jose on the same day. The groups operates as…

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