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Photos: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Brings Out the Sunshine at Golden Gate Park

Photos: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Brings Out the Sunshine at Golden Gate Park

The weather couldn’t have been better for Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, San Francisco’s massive three-day Americana romp in Golden Gate Park.

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Dan Croll Brings UK Indie Pop to Rickshaw Stop

Dan Croll Brings UK Indie Pop to Rickshaw Stop

British singer-songwriter Dan Croll kept his word and rescheduled all of his previously postponed U.S. tour dates, including San Francisco, where he visits Rickshaw Stop for a special Tuesday edition of Popscene on October 8. Croll has a distinct indie pop style with electronic influences,…

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Now Playing: MVFF 2013, Hong Kong Cinema, SF Shorts & more

Now Playing:  MVFF 2013, Hong Kong Cinema, SF Shorts & more

Mill Valley Film Festival, Honk Kong Cinema, SF Shorts and more. Happy movie-going this week. Lots to see this week, maybe too much; not to mention bigger releases like Gravity, We Are What We Are and The Institute. Yay! Movies Opening This Week: Oct 4th…

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Movie Review: Sandra Bullock Becomes Untethered In ‘Gravity’

Movie Review: Sandra Bullock Becomes Untethered In ‘Gravity’

Alfonso Cuarón’s follow up to his 2006 classic Children of Men wasn’t supposed to take this long. Conceived as a short project after another fell apart, Gravity was supposed to be a simple story of a woman lost in space that would be a quick…

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Why the Oakland A’s are the Best Sports Story in the Bay Area

Why the Oakland A’s are the Best Sports Story in the Bay Area

The A’s open the playoffs at home on Friday as they will host a familiar foe, the Detroit Tigers.

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San Francisco Film Society Presents Third Annual Hong Kong Film Cinema October 4 – 6

San Francisco Film Society Presents Third Annual Hong Kong Film Cinema October 4 – 6

The San Francisco Film Society is hosting the third incarnation of Hong Kong Cinema October 4 – 6 at the Vogue Theater in San Francisco. The festival highlights the best innovative and exciting films to come out of Hong Kong, one of the world’s most…

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Off the Grid Introduces Twilight at the Presidio

Off the Grid Introduces Twilight at the Presidio

Off the Grid continues its expansion with the introduction of a brand new dining experience, Twilight at the Presidio.

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The Dude Abides: Lebowski Fest Returns to SF on Oct. 11-12

The Dude Abides: Lebowski Fest Returns to SF on Oct. 11-12

Will Russell founded Lebowski Fest out of Louisville, Kentucky in 2002. Meant to be just a fun night of bowling, drinking and quoting lines from the Coen Brothers’ cult classic The Big Lebowski among friends, it soon blossomed into a full fledged festival that finds…

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Foreign Cinema Launches Midnight Movie Series

Foreign Cinema Launches Midnight Movie Series

Foreign Cinema, which normally does dinner and a movie by creatively showing a foreign film in the outdoor courtyard during service, is taking it a step further on Tuesday night.

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Star Chefs Gather for Street Eats Event

Star Chefs Gather for Street Eats Event

Several of the best chefs in the Bay Area are gathering at the Ferry Building on Saturday, October 5 for a gala event to benefit the local non-profit OneVietnam.

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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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Devil Makes Three Returns With New Music to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

Devil Makes Three Returns With New Music to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

In every genre of music, there are artists or bands that comes along and redefine its spirit and attitude. The Devil Makes Three helped do that with Americana and roots music, emerging from Santa Cruz with bluegrass that is often fast, hard and they and not afraid to explore the dark side of humanity.

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