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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

Soccer by day, sound systems by night. It won’t be the worst way to spend another beautiful summer weekend in San Francisco. On the dance floor, we’re rooting for jungle, Berlin, tech house and more quality tunes from Detroit. Visit SF Station’s Events Calendar for full…

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Michael Franti Discusses Life in San Francisco, Soulshine Tour

Michael Franti Discusses Life in San Francisco, Soulshine Tour

A longtime San Francisco resident, Michael Franti discusses life in the city, his neighborhood in Hunters Point and his new Soulshine tour that that pairs yoga with music from Michael Franti & Spearhead, Soja and Brett Dennenn this Saturday at the Greek Theatre.

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Stage Review: Loyalty and Betrayal in The Orphan of Zhao

Stage Review: Loyalty and Betrayal in The Orphan of Zhao

A gripping tale of murder, treachery and revenge, The Orphan of Zhao is playing now through June 29th at the American Conservatory Theater. For this production, ACT reaches far back into the history of Chinese theater to stage what has been called the Chinese Hamlet….

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Photos: Scenes From Bonnaroo 2014

Photos: Scenes From Bonnaroo 2014

Bonnaroo returned for four splendid days of music, camping and more in the Tennessee countryside, June 12-15.

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Outkast, Massive Attack to Headline Treasure Island Festival

Outkast, Massive Attack to Headline Treasure Island Festival

The Treasure Island Music Festival returns October 18-20 with headliners Massive Attack and Outkast, according to an unconfirmed report.

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Photos: ‘Love Letters’ With Metronomy at the Fillmore

Photos: ‘Love Letters’ With Metronomy at the Fillmore

Metronomy was back in action in San Francisco over the weekend, performing at the Fillmore in support of the band’s latest album Love Letters. Photos by SF Station photographer Alex Akamine.

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Cowabunga, dude! The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Turn 30 in San Francisco

Cowabunga, dude! The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Turn 30 in San Francisco

Thirty years ago, a team of fearsome fighting animals sprang to life, emerging not from green ooze, as their later origin story would posit, but from the imaginations of two independent comic book artists working in their home-turned studio. One night Kevin Eastman drew a…

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Movie Review: Jenny Slate Shines in ‘Obvious Child’

Movie Review: Jenny Slate Shines in ‘Obvious Child’

If Obvious Child is remembered for anything, it’ll be for launching the cinematic career of Jenny Slate. It’s a sweet, funny, and touching tale about a fledgling comic who has to go through some really bad stuff to find something good. Writer and director Gillian…

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Movie Review: ’22 Jump Street’ Gets a Degree

Movie Review: ’22 Jump Street’ Gets a Degree

A film based on a television series from the 1980s starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum seemed like a surefire way for a Hollywood executive to lose their job. Instead, 21 Jump Street hit all the right notes and became a genuine success. And these…

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Boiler Room Returns to San Francisco for Three Shows

Boiler Room Returns to San Francisco for Three Shows

UK-based online streaming series the Boiler Room makes its way back to San Francisco starting this week for for three events that will continue into July.

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San Jose City Coucil Votes for Restrictive Pot Laws

San Jose City Coucil Votes for Restrictive Pot Laws

The vote is in, and it’s not looking good for medical marijuana dispensaries or patients in San Jose. According to San Jose Inside, the City Council voted 7-3 on Tuesday to severely limit where dispensaries can operate.

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

The arrives with an especially wide range of disco, drum & bass and dancing outdoors. Do yourself a favor and get some sun and synth lines. For a full listing of events, visit SF Station’s Events Calendar. Friday, June 13: ADULT. w/ Pictureplane at Mezzanine…

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