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Photos: No Pants Party at Supperclub

Photos: No Pants Party at Supperclub

The No Pants Party returned to Supperclub with Öona Marie Dahl providing the soundtrack for pants-less party people while local fashion house Serpent + Stag showed off new pieces with a fashion show and Icarus Zaure adorned the crowd with airbrush body art. Photos by…

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Movie Review: ‘Lucy’ Isn’t Evolved

Movie Review: ‘Lucy’ Isn’t Evolved

French writer/director Luc Besson is best known for creating hard bent female characters like Nikita, as well as The Professional staring a kid Natalie Portman. However, he’s turned more towards writing and producing in recent years and his directorial pieces haven’t really been anything to…

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The Killers to Play the Independent Before Outside Lands

The Killers to Play the Independent Before Outside Lands

The Killers have announced an intimate Saturday night before they headline Outside Lands music festival this year. Tickets for the August 9 show are sure to sell quickly when they go on sale Saturday at 10am, even at $75 with a limit of two per customer….

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

The night is just another day to explore. Here’s a round of parties this weekend, from acid to transient and ambient. For full listings, visit SF Station’s Events Calendar.   [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/88124909" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="90" iframe="true" /] Thursday, July 24: Jon Hopkins at Mezzanine Beyond…

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Beyonce Teases ’50 Shades of Grey’ Trailer on Instagram

Beyonce Teases ’50 Shades of Grey’ Trailer on Instagram

Beyonce is sure excited for the impending 50 Shades of Grey film adaptation and to show her enthusiasm she recently posted the the above video to her personal Instagram page. Towards the end, a slowed down version of her 2003 hit “Crazy Love” can be…

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Silent Frisco Announces Ocean Beach Hush Fest

Silent Frisco Announces Ocean Beach Hush Fest

After successful smaller events at Ocean Beach, Silent Frisco and Sunset Promotions are bringing Hush Fest to San Francisco’s most popular city beach.

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Photos: Fresh Fashion at Japantown’s J-Pop Festival

Photos: Fresh Fashion at Japantown’s J-Pop Festival

Thousands of people headed to Japantown over the weekend for the 2014 edition of the J-Pop Summit Festival, featuring the latest in Japanese pop culture fashion and entertainment.

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Adventures in Asia With Steven Harkins from Melted Toys

Adventures in Asia With Steven Harkins from Melted Toys

San Francisco band Melted Toys congeal a sound that molds West Coast romanticism with a sound influenced by natural habitat and spiritual credence. The band’s new self titled album dropped this month and is loaded with a visceral sounds. We caught up with frontman Steven…

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Movie Review: ‘Boyhood’ Forgoes Growing Pains

Movie Review: ‘Boyhood’ Forgoes Growing Pains

It’s rare for a film these days to be truly unique in a way that it’s unlike anything in the history of cinema. But Richard Linklater’s Boyhood is just that. Beginning in 2002, him and his cast — including seven year-old Ellar Coltrane — filmed…

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Style: Amour Vert Arrives in Hayes Valley

Style: Amour Vert Arrives in Hayes Valley

Amour Vert, the San Francisco-based brand that recently opened its first boutique, specializes in sustainable, organic clothes in Hayes Valley. Upon visiting the boutique on a cold, foggy summer day, I was immediately submerged into the atmosphere of vacation and breezy indulgence. But of course:…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

A particularly stacked weekend is here. Catch a show from Sweden, head to Oakland for techno, or hold it down with hard-pleasured house right here in the city.

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Berkeley Council Votes to Give Medical Marijuana to the Poor

Berkeley Council Votes to Give Medical Marijuana to the Poor

The Berkeley City Council recently voted unanimously that local medical marijuana dispensaries donate an amount equal to 2 percent of their sales to low-income patients.

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