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Audio On The Bay Brings Three-Day Dance Music Festival to Richmond

Audio On The Bay Brings Three-Day Dance Music Festival to Richmond

A new three day electronic dance music festival, Audio on the Bay, arrives May 23-25 with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Eric Erydz and Laidback Luke headlining at Craneway Pavilion in Richmond.

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

Because four-on-the-floor does not refer to that desk holding you captive until the weekend, here are four of San Francisco’s best parties this weekend. Visit SF Station’s Events Calendar for a full list of events. March 27: Robot NightLife with Jerome LOL and Octo Octa…

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Woods Polk Station Brings Yerba Maté-infused Beers to Polk Street

Woods Polk Station Brings Yerba Maté-infused Beers to Polk Street

Woods Polk Station, one of upper Polk Street’s newest bars, is also one of San Francisco’s smallest bars. Sandwiched between two other new businesses—a juice shop and a taco/tequila joint (what more could you want?)—Woods Polk Station specializes in yerba maté-infused beers and empanades with…

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Daily Lineup Announced for Napa’s BottleRock Festvial

Daily Lineup Announced for Napa’s BottleRock Festvial

Organizers for BottleRock Napa Valley announced the daily lineup for the festival, headlined by The Cure, Outkast, TV on the Radio and Weezer. A few more names were also added to the lineup, including Railroad Earth, Mayer Hawthorne, No Age and Noah Gunderson, and single-day…

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Bay Area Well Represented With James Beard Award Finalists

Bay Area Well Represented With James Beard Award Finalists

The announcement of the finalists for this year’s James Beard Awards brought in many cheers with the Bay Area well represented in several categories.

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Photos: The Sounds Rock the Regency Ballroom

Photos: The Sounds Rock the Regency Ballroom

Swedish indie rock band The Sounds made its way back to San Francisco for a show at the Regency Ballroom on Friday.

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Chino Moreno Discusses New ††† (Crosses) Project Before SF Shows

Chino Moreno Discusses New ††† (Crosses) Project Before SF Shows

There’s something cryptic and mysterious about ††† (Crosses), the latest project headed by Deftones front man Chino Moreno, ex-Far guitarist Shaun Lopez and Chuck Doom.

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Photos: Tycho Fills the Fillmore for Album Release Party

Photos: Tycho Fills the Fillmore for Album Release Party

Local electronic music producer Tycho celebrated the release of his latest album Awake, performing with a three-piece band during a sold-out show at the Fillmore on Thursday. Photos by SF Station photographer Stewart Tomassian.

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Movie Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Is Up Against Himself in ‘Enemy’

Movie Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Is Up Against Himself in ‘Enemy’

Although Enemy is the first of two collaborations with star Jake Gyllenhaal and Canadian director Denis Villeneuve, it was their second film Prisoners that debuted first last fall. That’s probably because although Prisoners is vibrant yet dark, it’s also a more straightforward thriller. Enemy is…

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Movie Review: Jason Bateman Dishes It Out in ‘Bad Words’

Movie Review: Jason Bateman Dishes It Out in ‘Bad Words’

After a career resurgence thanks to the phenomenon that became Arrested Development Jason Bateman made the successful leap into films. It’s only natural that his next step would be directing. Bad Words, while slight, shows his adeptness behind the camera and he provides himself with…

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Movie Review: Kermit’s Replaced in ‘Muppets Most Wanted’

Movie Review: Kermit’s Replaced in ‘Muppets Most Wanted’

2011’s The Muppets seemed to revitalize the creations of Jim Henson after slipping into near obscurity for over a decade. Brought back to it’s former glory by Jason Segel, the film injected new life into the showbiz puppets without sacrificing their long, rich history. Segel,…

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Emancipator Brings Live Ensemble For Upcoming SF Show

Emancipator Brings Live Ensemble For Upcoming SF Show

Douglas Appling is Emancipator, an instrumental electronic producer from Portland, Oregon, who has grown his one man trip-hop act to a full-blown band with a captivating live experience. The debut tour for his four-piece Emancipator Ensemble stops at the Regency Ballroom on Saturday March 29….

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