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Live Review: Queens of the Stone Age at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Live Review: Queens of the Stone Age at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Queens of the Stone Age brought their brand of dark stoner rock from the desert to the North Bay with a sold out performance at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. In between weekends at Coachella, Josh Homme and company snuck in a trip to San…

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Review: British Rock Band The 1975 Break Out at the Fillmore

Review: British Rock Band The 1975 Break Out at the Fillmore

The 1975 kicked off its North American headline tour with two sold out shows at the Fillmore. Led by singer Matty Healy, who drew all the attention with an unbuttoned black shirt revealing a grapefruit-sized chest tattoo, the Manchester quartet sustained a kinetic energy throughout most of its extended set and multi-song encore.

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Movie Review: ‘Transcendence’ Doesn’t Live Up To Its Title

Movie Review: ‘Transcendence’ Doesn’t Live Up To Its Title

Wally Pfister is best known as the cinematographer on most of Christopher Nolan’s films. After working with the director on all of his films since Memento, he’s decided to change course and direct himself. Transcendence owes a lot to his close relationship with Nolan. Not…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

Despite all of the pot-friendly 420 parties and Easter festivities this week, San Francisco clubs are still going strong with high-energy parties throughout the weekend.

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City Officials Vote For Free Sunday Parking Meters in San Francisco

City Officials Vote For Free Sunday Parking Meters in San Francisco

San Francisco drivers will no longer be charged at parking meters on Sundays after the policy was revoked by the Municipal Transportation Agency.

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Live Review: Blood Orange Brings Lovelorn Realness to San Francisco

Live Review: Blood Orange Brings Lovelorn Realness to San Francisco

“Did you catch the blood red moon the other night?” To answer this ubiquitous question: no I did not. However, I did catch Blood Orange on a break between Coachella appearances at Great American Music Hall. If a red tinted moon could be a signal of impending doom, then last night was a dead man’s party for sure.

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Outside Lands Announces Single-Day Lineup, Tickets

Outside Lands Announces Single-Day Lineup, Tickets

Outside Lands organizers just announced the single-day lineup and the availability of single-day tickets starting this week.

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Paul McCartney Could Choose Levi’s Stadium Over Candlestick for Local Show

Paul McCartney Could Choose Levi’s Stadium Over Candlestick for Local Show

Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney could be close to scheduling an opening concert at the 49ers’ new Santa Clara stadium in early August, according to reports.

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Hunky Jesus Easter Party Returns Sunday at Golden Gate Park

Hunky Jesus Easter Party Returns Sunday at Golden Gate Park

One of the best holiday parties of the year gets a new home this weekend as the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence move their annual Easter party and Hunky Jesus contest to Golden Gate Park.

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Photo Highlights From Coachella

Photo Highlights From Coachella

The first weekend of Coachella 2014 closed Sunday night after three days full of memorable moments and unexpected surprises.

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Twelve Unforgettable Moments From Coachella 2014

Twelve Unforgettable Moments From Coachella 2014

The first weekend of Coachella closed on Sunday with a handful of surprise guest appearances, numerous memorable performances and a few flaws.

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Photos: Schoolby Q Packs the Regency Ballroom

Photos: Schoolby Q Packs the Regency Ballroom

Schoolboy Q hit the Regency Ballroom last night for two sold out shows, with rare back-to-back performances at 8pm and 11pm.

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