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Stage Review: Ubu Roi at Cutting Ball Theater

Stage Review: Ubu Roi at Cutting Ball Theater

Ubu Roi, playing now through February 23 at the Cutting Ball Theater, is a new vision of the historic work by the Cutting Ball’s artistic director Rob Melrose.

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Photos: Back on the Field for SF Giants Fan Fest

Photos: Back on the Field for SF Giants Fan Fest

If there was ever a weekend to remind San Francisco that spring training and opening day for baseball season is fast approaching, this was it. The boys were back in town for San Francisco Giants Fan Fest one day before the Super Bowl, a game that was just six points out of reach from the 49ers this year.

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Movie Review: ‘Labor Day’ Barely Misses The Mark

Movie Review: ‘Labor Day’ Barely Misses The Mark

It appears writer/director Jason Reitman hits all the right notes in his adaptation of Joyce Maynard’s novel Labor Day, and yet it just misses the mark. Beautiful to look at, and full of great performances — namely from Kate Winslet, Josh Brolin, and Gatlin Griffith…

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How to Meet a Porn Star This Weekend

How to Meet a Porn Star This Weekend

Those looking to add a touch of reality to their Internet porn fetish, will have an opportunity this weekend with a special event at the Penthouse Club with recently crowned Penthouse Pet of the Year, Lexi Belle.

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Back to the Future: Delorean Bring Spanish Grooves to the Independent

Back to the Future: Delorean Bring Spanish Grooves to the Independent

Like a budding flower waiting to ripen, Delorean has explored many musical aspects, becoming producers in their own right with original tracks while constantly remixing other bands and raising their ceiling for endless possibilities.

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Review: Washed Out’s Woozy Chillwave Warms the Fillmore

Review: Washed Out’s Woozy Chillwave Warms the Fillmore

Dreamy synthpop band Washed Out blasted evocative yet relaxed songs to a sold-out crowd Tuesday at the Fillmore. Touring in support of their third and latest album Paracosm, released in August 2013 as a follow-up to their 2012 record Within and Without, the band had…

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Oscar Nominated Short Films Program Comes To San Francisco

Oscar Nominated Short Films Program Comes To San Francisco

Beginning on January 31 Landmark’s Embarcadero Center Cinema will be screening all short films nomimated for 2014’s Academy Awards. Split into three programs — live action, animated, and documentary — the event is being presented by ShortHD, the Short Movie Channel, in conjunction with Magnolia…

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Beneath the Brine: The Family Crest Prepares for Record Release Show

Beneath the Brine: The Family Crest Prepares for Record Release Show

San Francisco’s the Family Crest may be a bit unconventional, but the band members don’t fall short of living up to their name.

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Photos: Griz Takes the Party to San Jose for Wobbleland

Photos: Griz Takes the Party to San Jose for Wobbleland

Wobbleland, a dance music party that started in San Francisco before migrating to San Jose, returned to the City National Civic for a sold-out party featuring Detroit producer Griz and visuals from the Vital Girls. Photos by SF Station photographer Stewart Tomassian.

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SF Independent Film Festival Returns for its Sweet 16

SF Independent Film Festival Returns for its Sweet 16

The San Francisco Independent Film Fest (SF Indie) returns February 6 through February 20 for its 16th year anniversary. This year will see screenings and events on both sides of the Bay, settling in at its long-time homes of the Roxie and Brava Theater in San Francisco, with selections also playing at Oakland’s New Parkway Theater.

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Photos: Beats for Boobs at Mezzanine

Photos: Beats for Boobs at Mezzanine

The 10th annual Beats for Boobs fund-raiser touched down at Mezzanine on Saturday with cocktails, performance art, DJs and a runway show to benefit local breast cancer organizations. Photos by SF Station photographer Gabby Gamboa.

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2014 Grammy Award Winners

2014 Grammy Award Winners

Spoiler alert: Here is the list of 2014 Grammy Award winners, many of which were named today before the televised ceremony.

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