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Review: Allen Stone Kicks Off the Independent Anniversary Concerts

Review: Allen Stone Kicks Off the Independent Anniversary Concerts

Last night, Allen Stone, a singer from Seattle who once dubbed himself a “hippie with soul,” serenaded a sold-out crowd at the Independent Theater to kick off the first of several concerts to celebrate the venue’s 10-year anniversary.

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SF Jewish Film Festival Expands With First Winter Fest

SF Jewish Film Festival Expands With First Winter Fest

The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival is understandably known, primarily, for their annual summer festival. However, they’re expanding this year with their first ever Winter Fest taking place at the Vogue Theater on February 23. Similar to their longer, annual festival, the one day Winter…

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Report: Google Plans to Open Mission District Office

Report: Google Plans to Open Mission District Office

Google is planning to expand with a new office in the Mission District, according to reports.

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Two Gallants Join the Independent 10-Year Anniversary Celebration

Two Gallants Join the Independent 10-Year Anniversary Celebration

Two San Francisco natives and childhood friends, Adam Stephens and Tyson Vogel, are the creative force behind Two Gallants, a two-piece band devised of mainly guitars, drums and vocals. The guitars are booming and vigorous, with angst equally matched by sincere beauty. The drumming complements…

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Marina Favorite A16 Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Marina Favorite A16 Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Marina neighborhood haunt and destination restaurant for authentic Italian cuisine, A16 celebrates it’s 10th anniversary this month.

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Photos: 2 Good To Be T.R.U. With 2 Chainz at Fox Theater

Photos: 2 Good To Be T.R.U. With  2 Chainz at Fox Theater

2 Chainz was back in the Bay Area last night with his 2 Good To Be T.R.U. Tour at Oakland’s Fox Theater.

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Photos: Sultry Shots from Bass Cabaret at Mighty

Photos: Sultry Shots from Bass Cabaret at Mighty

Bass Cabaret: Bonnie & Clyde’s Valentine brought a sultry party to Mighty over the weekend with live burlesque and music by Lafa Taylor and VibeSquaD.

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Interview: Local Artist John Waguespack Talks ‘Hard Candy’

Interview: Local Artist John Waguespack Talks ‘Hard Candy’

“Hard Candy” is a creative collaboration between local contemporary artists John Waguespack and Katja Tapia showing from through March 15th at the Ian Ross Gallery. In it, both artists utilize bold colors to explore a variety of subjects and inspirations. Though their techniques differ, when presented together, the two artists work in a sort of dialogue, that helps to create a better understanding of the individual works. We caught up with Waguespack to talk about his process, design and visual vocabulary.

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Loló Unveils New Location on Valencia in the Mission

Loló Unveils New Location on Valencia in the Mission

Loló, a Mission District favorite offering a unique take on traditional Mexican cuisine, recently opened the doors of its new location in the Mission District on Valencia Street, between 21st and Liberty Street.

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Photos: Love on the Dance Floor at the Dirtybird Players Valentine’s Party

Photos: Love on the Dance Floor at the Dirtybird Players Valentine’s Party

Dirtybird Planers were back in action at Mezzanine for Valentine’s Day party with Justin Martin, Christian Martin, J.Phlip and Worthy.

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Photos: Scenes From San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade

Photos: Scenes From San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade

Only a few sprinkles fell on the thousands of spectators and participants at San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade on Saturday—the largest event of its kind in the United States according to organizers.

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Painted Palms Prepares for Noise Pop, SXSW

Painted Palms Prepares for Noise Pop, SXSW

Painted Palms started as a long-distance partnership before inevitably converging in San Francisco after one member of the duo moved here a few years ago. However, cousins Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme, originally from Louisiana, still find best results when they write music separately and trade ideas online before working together.

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