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Dance Act Goldfish Climbs Aboard Ghost Ship Halloween 2015

Dance Act Goldfish Climbs Aboard Ghost Ship Halloween 2015

One of the Bay Area’s biggest Halloween events, Ghost Ship Halloween, returns for its 8th year with South African electronic duo Goldfish on Friday, October 30 at Pier 70 in the Dogpatch. For the past seven years, Ghost Ship Halloween has dropped jaws and thrilled…

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J.D. McPherson Does It Himself Every Step of the Way

J.D. McPherson Does It Himself Every Step of the Way

J.D. McPherson, Rock and Roll troubadour and aficionado, brings his amalgamated Rockabilly style to the Bay Area for a spirited evening at the Great American Music Hall this Friday. Much like his music, J.D. McPherson isn’t one to be labeled. His progressive thinking and teaching…

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Before Fame: Amy Winehouse Exhibits in SF Explore Singer’s Life, Love of Family

Before Fame: Amy Winehouse Exhibits in SF Explore Singer’s Life, Love of Family

Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait has arrived to San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum on loan from London and will be on display until November 1. The robust exhibit at 736 Mission opened on July 23, exactly four years since Amy Winehouse’s sudden death, offering a…

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Ben Browning of Cut Copy Launches Solo Tour in Support of ‘Turns’

Ben Browning of Cut Copy Launches Solo Tour in Support of ‘Turns’

Australian electronic pop artist and Cut Copy bassist Ben Browning kicked off a nine-date US tour on July 22 in support of his debut LP Turns and comes to SF to play at Neck of the Woods on Saturday, August 1. A member of Cut…

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Q&A: Punk Trio Coliseum Return to SF to Rock Thee Parkside

Q&A: Punk Trio Coliseum Return to SF to Rock Thee Parkside

Southern punk band Coliseum invade San Francisco for the second time in 2015, playing at Thee Parkside on Friday, July 31. Fronted by singer and guitarist Ryan Patterson, Coliseum have been creating post-harcore music for more than a decade. Their latest album, Anxiety’s Kiss, was…

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Good Old War Celebrate New Hymns at the Independent

Good Old War Celebrate New Hymns at the Independent

Philadelphia’s acoustic pop trio, Good Old War, bring their buoyant and infectious anthems to the Independent in support of their latest record, Broken Into Better Shape. Clapping, whistling and intuitive sing-alongs are almost subliminal when listening to the catchy tunes of Good Old War, who…

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Q&A: Dirty Ghosts Return to SF to Play the Make-Out Room

Q&A: Dirty Ghosts Return to SF to Play the Make-Out Room

SF-based alt-rock trio Dirty Ghosts have their second San Francisco show in as many weeks, playing at the Make-Out Room on Saturday, July 18 after performing at the Chapel on July 9. Two of the funky indie rock band members are Allyson Baker and Erin…

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30 Top SF Twitter Users To Follow

30 Top SF Twitter Users To Follow

San Francisco is home to Twitter’s headquarters and some of the social network’s most active and interesting users, which makes for a robust list of local Twitter users to follow. The main office for the global short messaging platform is located near the Civic Center,…

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SF Street Food Festival Unveils 2015 Chef Lineup, Adds Live Music

SF Street Food Festival Unveils 2015 Chef Lineup, Adds Live Music

The full chef lineup for the seventh annual San Francisco Street Food Festival (SFSFF) has been announced, making its debut on August 15th and 16th at a new location in the Dogpatch with a diverse range of culinary talent gathering for a weekend celebrating food,…

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Outside Lands Announces 2015 Night Shows, Comedy Tent, Summer Pairings

Outside Lands Announces 2015 Night Shows, Comedy Tent, Summer Pairings

With Outside Lands less than one month away, festival organizers revealed additional activities beyond the scope of the three-day music event by announcing night shows, a full lineup for their comedy and improv tent, as well as a series of summer pairings events. Although this…

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Q&A: Free Daytime Concert at Pier 27 with The SF Symphony and The National’s Bryce Dessner

Q&A: Free Daytime Concert at Pier 27 with The SF Symphony and The National’s Bryce Dessner

The San Francisco Symphony will host a free outdoor concert on July 12 from noon – 2pm at Pier 27 with Bryce Dessner, guitarist and composer from indie rock band The National. July 8 UPDATE: We asked Bryce about how he began collaborating with the…

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Photos: Burger Boogaloo in Oakland

Photos: Burger Boogaloo in Oakland

Jul 5, 2015 at Mosswood Park. Photos by Gabby Gamboa.

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