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Set Times Announced for Napa’s BottleRock Festival

Set Times Announced for Napa’s BottleRock Festival

Set times are out for Napa’s BottleRock Festival, headlined this year by Outkast, The Cure and Eric Church.

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Photos: Wild in the Streets at Bay To Breakers

Photos: Wild in the Streets at Bay To Breakers

Bay to Breakers returned Sunday with another city-wide street party as tens of thousands of people hit the streets with their best costumes.

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The Strokes, Phoenix, Interpol to Headline LA’s FYF Fest

The Strokes, Phoenix, Interpol to Headline LA’s FYF Fest

Relocating to a venue in downtown Los Angeles, this year’s FYF Fest at The LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park takes place August 23-24 with headliners the Strokes, Phoenix, Interpol and Haim.

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Joyce Goldstein Discusses Roots of Spanish Cuisine in SF

Joyce Goldstein Discusses Roots of Spanish Cuisine in SF

To say Joyce Goldstein is a repository of culinary knowledge, both local and foreign, is no exaggeration. Over the course of a decades-long career, she has been a teacher, chef, cookbook author, consultant and more, but no matter what she’s doing, it is always with…

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Lightning in a Bottle Festival Set Times

Lightning in a Bottle Festival Set Times

Lightning in a Bottle is just one week away, making its Northern California debut with more more than 70 performers and DJs over three days, including Moby, Little Dragon, Phantogram and Amon Tobin. The festivities get underway at San Antonio Recreation Area in Bradley, Calif.,…

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Movie Review: ‘Chef’ Is A Delectable Treat

Movie Review: ‘Chef’ Is A Delectable Treat

Jon Favreau struck it big, both as an actor and writer, with Swingers in 1996. His stature only grew from there and he made his way into directing where he, again, found success. Favreau soon entered the blockbuster universe with Iron Man—considered by many to…

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Movie Review: ‘Godzilla’ Is Back From Near Extinction

Movie Review: ‘Godzilla’ Is Back From Near Extinction

Roland Emmerich’s 1998 Godzilla is a benchmark in what not to do with a beloved creature of carnage. Completely missing the mark and leaving a sour taste in everyone’s mouth, the Japanese-created monster lay dormant for the better part of two decades. Now 16 years…

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Flour + Water Reopens With Menu Changes, Improvements

Flour + Water Reopens With Menu Changes, Improvements

Fear not, Flour + Water’s closure for improvements was short lived and the celebrated restaurants resumes service today, in time to celebrate its five-year anniversary. Managing to get away with a seven-day closure might seem hard for for popular a restaurant, but head chef Thomas…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties this Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties this Weekend

Between the heatwave, Bay to Breakers, and this weekend’s heady electronic bookings, it seems like San Franciscans will be getting their fair share of vitamin D and vodka. Raise one up. Here’s to house, dub techno, hardware sets and sunscreen. For a full list of events visit SF…

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Sketchfest Announces 420-Friendly Double Feature with Doug Bensen, Fred Amisen

Sketchfest Announces 420-Friendly Double Feature with Doug Bensen, Fred Amisen

Actors Fred Armisen and Doug Benson will bring rapid-fire jokes and live commentary to the Castro Theatre for a two-part “Summer Social” hosted by the organizers behind the annual San Francisco Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest. On Saturday, August 16 and starting appropriately at 4:20pm, stand-up…

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Photos: Tutu Tuesday Celebrates Six Years of Partying in Style

Photos: Tutu Tuesday Celebrates Six Years of Partying in Style

Tutu Tuesday celebrated its sixth anniversary this week DJ Atish, airbrush tattoos, face-painting and, of course, plenty of tutus rocking on the dance floor.

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Carrie Brownstein Brings Portlandia to San Francisco

Carrie Brownstein Brings Portlandia to San Francisco

In years past, it was much more likely Carrie Brownstein would be passing through San Francisco with a guitar in hand, playing to a packed club as part of her numerous musical outlets, namely Sleater-Kinney. Then in 2011, she made her acting debut with Fred…

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