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Wes Anderson Retrospective at Roxie Theater

Wes Anderson Retrospective at Roxie Theater

In anticipation for The Grand Budapest Hotel — a review of which will appear right here on SF Station bright and early on March 14 — the latest film from classic rock aficionado and saviour of Latin, Wes Anderson, San Francisco’s Roxie Theater will be…

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SF International Ocean Film Festival Makes Landfall

SF International Ocean Film Festival Makes Landfall

The San Francisco International Ocean Festival will enjoy its 11th year for five days beginning March 5 at the Bay Theater on Pier 39. It will be a whirlwind this time around with nearly 50 films, half of which will be making their U.S. or…

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First Look: Charles Phan’s The Coachman

First Look: Charles Phan’s The Coachman

Quietly shuttering Heaven’s Dog bar and restaurant for renovations in late 2012, Charles Phan and The Slanted Door group have reinvented the 4,200-square-foot SoMa space at 1148 Mission Street as the Coachman—a British-inspired gastropub with a meat-heavy savory menu, vintage cocktails and enough scotch and sherry to keep serious aficionados happy.

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Jack in the Box’s New Bacon Insider™ Gives You Bacon Three Ways (Sponsored)

Jack in the Box’s New Bacon Insider™ Gives You Bacon Three Ways (Sponsored)

Down on Jack’s farm they’ve put together a new burger that is going to make bacon lovers feel so happy. It starts with six half slices of hickory smoked bacon. That’s the obvious part. Then it gets interesting. The burger itself has bacon cooked right…

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NPR Offers 100 Free Songs From SXSW Artist For Stream or Download

NPR Offers 100 Free Songs From SXSW Artist For Stream or Download

SXSW buzz is building as the Austin music, tech and film conference gets closer to its March 7 start date for 2014.

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Moby, Little Dragon and Phantogram to Headline Lightning in a Bottle

Moby, Little Dragon and Phantogram to Headline Lightning in a Bottle

The Lightning in a Bottle festival is coming back strong for 2014 with Moby, Little Dragon, Phantogram and Beats Antique among the headliners.

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Review: Noise Pop Festival Highlights 2014

Review: Noise Pop Festival Highlights 2014

The first of major San Francisco music festival for 2014, Noise Pop wrapped last night after six days of concerts, screenings and events. While it’s impossible for one person (or even a few people) to catch every moment of every event in it’s entirety, we’re…

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Instagram Contest: Show Us Your Ride, Win a Brand New Chrome Bag

Instagram Contest: Show Us Your Ride, Win a Brand New Chrome Bag

  It’s no secret that we’re fans of the durable, stylish and functional products coming out from Chrome. Their brand new 100% waterproof roll top bags are no exception. There’s plenty of room for your gear, a laptop and any other goodies you might need…

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Photos: Bleached Rock Rickshaw Stop for Noise Pop

Photos: Bleached Rock Rickshaw Stop for Noise Pop

LA sister act Bleached headlined the Rickshaw Stop Friday with Terry Malts, Mystic Braves and Tropical Popsicle for one of the many Noise Pop shows held at the venue last week.

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Photos: Digital Mystikz at 1015 Folsom for Noise Pop

Photos: Digital Mystikz at 1015 Folsom for Noise Pop

Digital Mystikz headlined at 1015 Folsom with support from DJ Rashad and several other producers as part of one of Noise Pop’s more beat-centric shows last week.

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MartyParty & Joker Bring Deep Bass Purple to 1015 Folsom

MartyParty & Joker Bring Deep Bass Purple to 1015 Folsom

As part of a spring tour, MartyParty teams with British producer Joker, to bring Deep Bass Purple to 1015 Folsom on March 7.

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Danish Pianist Agnes Obel Discusses New Work Before Sold-Out SF Show

Danish Pianist Agnes Obel Discusses New Work Before Sold-Out SF Show

Avant garde folk artist Agnes Obel brings spirited vocals and a wonderful piano for her second appearance in San Francisco, performing as a classical trio at The Independent on March 13. Her sophomore album, Aventine, serves as an impressive and introspective follow up to her…

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