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Best Places to Stay for SF Pride Weekend

Best Places to Stay for SF Pride Weekend

In order to experience the SF Pride Weekend properly, you need to bring the energy! This also means finding the right place to rest and reenergize between festivities—and here’s just that, a list of fabulous places to stay around San Francisco, presented by Expedia.com. Bring the love,…

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Photo of the Week: Oscar Nilsson

Photo of the Week: Oscar Nilsson

Photo of the Week by Oscar Nilsson (San Francisco) What catches your eye when shooting in photography? Oscar: I’m compelled by the wild/adventurous aspects in what I capture and focus a lot on trying to find those elements wherever I go. I spend quite some time outside…

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New Neighborhood Bar: The ’70s Styled Evil Eye

New Neighborhood Bar: The ’70s Styled Evil Eye

The Mission’s latest buzz is about its newest cocktail and bites destination, Evil Eye, set to open on June 2nd. This couple-owned bar, situated between beloved Al’s Place and La Taqueria, serves to create a complimentary space in this old-school historic neighborhood. And while going…

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Welcoming Worst Behavior: ‘Bad Girls Club’ SF Casting Call

Welcoming Worst Behavior: ‘Bad Girls Club’ SF Casting Call

If your friends frequently describe you as the loudest hyphy-est party girl of your crew, and getting your swerve on, surrounded by Grey Goose vodka VIP buckets is your jam–then maybe being on Bad Girls Club is also something on your bucket list? If so,…

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Photos: Carnaval in The Mission

Photos: Carnaval in The Mission

All photos by Cheryl Guerrero. Check out the full gallery from Sunday May 29th, 2016 here: http://photos.sfstation.com/

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Live Review: UK Duo Gorgon City Turnt Up for Oakland

Live Review: UK Duo Gorgon City Turnt Up for Oakland

UK dance duo Gorgon City culminated their North American tour with London music quartet Rudimental on Thursday night with a high-energy performance at Oakland’s Fox Theater. Their fluid, dance style can be compared to fellow British electronic duo Disclosure, but with less R&B and more…

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A First of Its Kind Stanley Kubrick Exhibit Coming to SF

A First of Its Kind Stanley Kubrick Exhibit Coming to SF

The first show dedicated to the life and work of legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick is coming to San Francisco starting June 30 and will be available to view at the Contemporary Jewish Museum through October 30. The exhibit will showcase a treasure trove of materials…

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Q&A: Experimental Pop Duo Young Magic Brings Chaotic Energy to the Fillmore

Q&A: Experimental Pop Duo Young Magic Brings Chaotic Energy to the Fillmore

New York experimental duo Young Magic has a unique approach to music creation and travels the world seeking out and recording sounds in a variety of exotic locations. The group, now based in Brooklyn, originally formed as an international trio with Australian Michael Italia. Now…

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Photo of the Week: Brett Anstrom

Photo of the Week: Brett Anstrom

Submit your photo by tagging @sfstation on Instagram and don’t forget to add #snapwednesday Photo of the Week by Brett Anstrom AKA Bretta (San Mateo) What would you say is the the best part about photographing these images? Brett: Photography for me seems to be an extension of my love for…

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Meet Featured Artist Aaron De La Cruz

Meet Featured Artist Aaron De La Cruz

We spoke with our site’s featured artist for this month, Aaron De La Cruz, on his technique and creative motivations while painting. De La Cruz is known for producing patterned murals at times evocative of the mosaic-like prints of  late NYC-based artist Keith Herring. De…

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Free Outdoor Movie Nights: Oakland & SF

Free Outdoor Movie Nights: Oakland & SF

Get your popcorn ready. Starting in June, both San Francisco and Oakland will be hosting a series of free, outdoor movie screenings each month throughout the summer and early fall. SF’s premiere outdoor film series, Film Night in the Park, will be showing six films…

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Q&A: Electro-Pop Act Satin Jackets Set to Shimmer at Mezzanine After Releasing Debut Album

Q&A: Electro-Pop Act Satin Jackets Set to Shimmer at Mezzanine After Releasing Debut Album

German music producer Tim Bernhardt, alongside his friend and lead performer, Den Ishu, continue to gain momentum under the name Satin Jackets. Armed with silky funk and smooth disco, the duo is expected to bring a dazzling live show to the Mezzanine on May 28, just following the…

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