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Free Stern Grove Fest to Include tUnE-yArDs, Talib Kweli, Doobie Brothers

Free Stern Grove Fest to Include tUnE-yArDs, Talib Kweli, Doobie Brothers

Today marks the announcement of the 78th season of the Stern Grove Festival lineup. An eagerly awaited day for more than 10,000 fans and families who gather each year at the outdoor wooded amphitheater in San Francisco to enjoy world-class musical performances. Catch these acts…

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16 Places to Watch Mayweather Pacquiao Fight of The Century

16 Places to Watch Mayweather Pacquiao Fight of The Century

Boxing fans are way past ready for a fight, they know should have happened four or five years ago. Fans know the fighters and the history. They might even have a little $$ on the line. Well, these fans are already getting the fight on…

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Bonnaroo Now Controlled By Live Nation

Bonnaroo Now Controlled By Live Nation

Entertainment conglomerate Live Nation is now the majority owner of rural Tennessee’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, giving the world’s largest music promoter control of four of the top U.S. music festivals. According to the New York Times, the financial terms of the Bonnaroo deal…

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Interview: Hook N Sling from Bedroom to Big Room

Interview: Hook N Sling from Bedroom to Big Room

Anthony Maniscalco, the Australian behind Hook N Sling, has seen his singles and remixes go from the bedroom to the main stage over the past few years.  The humble house producer now resides in Los Angeles where he makes his progressive house anthems in between…

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Photos: How Weird Street Faire 2015

Photos: How Weird Street Faire 2015

San Franciscans are always ready to tout their weirdness and the How Weird Street Faire is the perfect place to let your freak flag fly. If you happened to miss How Weird 2015, SF Station photographer Chelsea Young’s got your back. Want more? >> view…

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KQED’s Check, Please! Party to Include 40+ Restaurants

KQED’s Check, Please! Party to Include 40+ Restaurants

This year KQED’s much-loved Check Please! program turns 10. To celebrate, the annual Check, Please! Bay Area Taste & Sip event is going bigger than ever – with more than 40 restaurants, vendors and featured wineries taking over the San Francisco Design Galleria on June…

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Sunrise Yacht Party This Friday at Pier 3

Sunrise Yacht Party This Friday at Pier 3

Recurring morning dance party and technology unplug event Daybreaker returns to San Francisco this Friday, May 1 on a yacht at Pier 3 along the Embarcadero. In collaboration with Hornblower Cruises & Events, Daybreaker will take sunrise journey aboard the California Hornblower ship through the…

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Smitten Ice Cream to Open New Location in Pacific Heights

Smitten Ice Cream to Open New Location in Pacific Heights

On a day like today, when the weather’s nice, ice cream is definitely in order. Cold, creamy and forever childhood-evoking, good ice cream is always a welcome escape. Local brand Smitten Ice Cream is always there to help out with the experience. Their unique liquid…

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Photos and Highlights from New Orleans Jazz Fest 2015, Weekend One

Photos and Highlights from New Orleans Jazz Fest 2015, Weekend One

The 46th Annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, better-known simply as Jazz Fest, triumphantly concluded its first weekend with impressive headlining performances by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Wilco and The Who despite multiple days of rain, thunder and lightning. Several stages host more…

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SFMOMA Picks Local Roaster Sightglass

SFMOMA Picks Local Roaster Sightglass

The independent SF-based coffee roaster Sightglass, opened its second location in the Mission, in February last year and rapidly positioned itself as a destination for coffee snobs. So with the announcement of a partnership with the highly anticipated reopening of SFMOMA, 2015 is proving to…

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Sound Bite: Aster chef-owner Brett Cooper on New Californian Cuisine and Tattoos

Sound Bite: Aster chef-owner Brett Cooper on New Californian Cuisine and Tattoos

Pop-up restaurants are a local commonality these days, but a series of teaser pop-up dinners held in another restaurant’s space as a warm-up for a brick-and-mortar opening of the new spot? That’s rather innovative. But anything’s possible within a powerful restaurant group. The curious restaurant…

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Elbo Room Owners Confirm Club’s Future in Limbo

Elbo Room Owners Confirm Club’s Future in Limbo

As has been rumored, the owner’s of the classic Mission neighborhood bar, the Elbo Room, confirmed that the lease for their two-story building on Valencia Street ends on November 1 and their landlords prefer to build a new condominium project. According to SF Gate, the…

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