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San Francisco’s Best Brunches: Mission District

San Francisco’s Best Brunches: Mission District

Brunch is a religion of sorts, with lots of sleepy worshipers who tend to have strong convictions and favorite holy sites. Every neighborhood has its own brunch culture, and we’re here to map it out. First up: the Mission, where brunch goes international and very,…

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Noise Pop Reboots Podcast With New Host and Producer

Noise Pop Reboots Podcast With New Host and Producer

Championing independent music and culture, Noise Pop, launches its podcast reboot to showcase noteworthy and soon-to-be-buzzing new music. The Noise Pop Podcast has new a host, journalist Adrian Spinelli (from music magazine Paste, San Francisco Chronicle, and festival blog Fest300), and producer Ashleyanne Krigbaum (local…

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Just Announced: Lightning in a Bottle 2016 Lineup

Just Announced: Lightning in a Bottle 2016 Lineup

Live music event producers the Do LaB just made a gigantic announcement, revealing the complete lineup for their 2016 Lightning in a Bottle festival, headlined by down-tempo vocalist Chet Faker, dream pop artist Grimes, and future garage producer Jamie XX. The four-day music festival with…

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The List: 25 SF Beer Week Events You Won’t Want to Miss

The List: 25 SF Beer Week Events You Won’t Want to Miss

SF Beer Week 2016 is upon us! Northern California’s flagship annual beer extravaganza, SF Beer Week, has hundreds of events happening between January 22 – 31, 2016. Some locations are advertising week-long specials while others are hosting one-off tastings, unique opportunities to try rare beer selections, and meet…

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Recycle, Reuse, CREATE: Recology Residency Program Art Opening Friday

Recycle, Reuse, CREATE: Recology Residency Program Art Opening Friday

Recology San Francisco will host a series of gallery openings beginning this Friday, January 22, from 5-10pm to showcase work from artists in its selective Artists in Residence (AIR) Program using items that ended up in the trash. Recology’s AIR program has been operating for…

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LINEUP ANNOUNCED: 47th Annual New Orleans Jazz Fest

LINEUP ANNOUNCED: 47th Annual New Orleans Jazz Fest

One of the longest-running multi-day music festivals in the U.S., the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival (also known as Jazz Fest) announced the 2016 music lineup, headlined by multi-instrumentalist Stevie Wonder, rock bands Pearl Jam and Red Hot Chili Peppers, plus singer-songwriter Neil Young…

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Devil Makes Three Returns For Two Upcoming Shows

Devil Makes Three Returns For Two Upcoming Shows

Punk rock bluegrass folk rockers, The Devil Makes Three, are no strangers to Northern California. This group formed and brandished their unique sound in Santa Cruz. and slowly built up an audience playing smaller venues such as Henflings Tavern in the mountainous town of Ben…

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20 Facts You Didn’t Know About Super Bowl 50

20 Facts You Didn’t Know About Super Bowl 50

The Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in the U.S., averaging more than 110 million viewers. This year will be the first Super Bowl held in the San Francisco Bay Area since Super Bowl XIX in January 1985 when Hall of Fame coach Bill…

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Chris Isaak, Alicia Keys to Headline Free Concert Series in SF for Super Bowl 50

Chris Isaak, Alicia Keys to Headline Free Concert Series in SF for Super Bowl 50

As momentum builds for Super Bowl 50, the event’s host committee announced a series of upcoming free concerts happening in downtown San Francisco. Beginning Saturday, January 30, California-based rock musician Chris Isaak opens the series at 8pm, after the relighting of The Bay Lights and…

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San Francisco’s Best Lunches: SoMa

San Francisco’s Best Lunches: SoMa

With its gritty charm and hidden offices everywhere, SoMa is the ultimate lunch battlefield. It’s packed with excellent sandwich and salad joints, as well as the occasional fancy lunch date spot. We separated the very best from the rest. Dig in! Fogo de Chao The…

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Tame Impala Announces Select US Tour Dates

Tame Impala Announces Select US Tour Dates

Grammy nominated Australian rock band Tame Impala announced plans to return to the U.S. this summer and fall on a 2016 U.S. tour, with a stop at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley on September 2. The band was nominated for ‘Best Alternative Album’ for their…

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Q&A: Sara Sonic of WATERS and The Tambo Rays

Q&A: Sara Sonic of WATERS and The Tambo Rays

Sara Sonic is a rare breed in the populace of the Bay Area. The keyboardist for pop rock band WATERS and singer/keyboardist for indie rock band The Tambo Rays, has become an anomaly in an area recently overrun by tech companies, high rise apartments and…

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