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Gray Area Foundation Revives Grand Theater in the Mission‏

Gray Area Foundation Revives Grand Theater in the Mission‏

After two years of development, Gray Area Foundation for the Arts has settled permanently in its new home at the Mission District’s historic Grand Theater and has opened its doors to artists, techies and neighborhood residents. With the current real estate market quickly pushing cultural…

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Coachella 2015 Lineup Rumors and Confirmations

Coachella 2015 Lineup Rumors and Confirmations

It’s never too early to speculate about the Coachella lineup, especially when potential acts have already announced tour schedules that align with the West Coast or have giant gaps during the two Coachella festival weekends in April. Using process of elimination, industry sources and some…

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Review: ‘The Theory of Everything’ Isn’t Quite Foolproof

Review: ‘The Theory of Everything’ Isn’t Quite Foolproof

The usual issue with biopics told over a significant amount of time is that they still need to the beats of conflict and (perhaps) resolution, but it’s difficult to to really get that tension when spread out so long. That’s especially true when so many…

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Trailer Park Boys Announce ‘Still Drunk, High and Unemployed’ Show

Trailer Park Boys Announce ‘Still Drunk, High and Unemployed’ Show

America’s favorite drunk, high and unemployed Canadians, The Trailer Park Boys, just announced a new show that will arrive in Oakland early next year.

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Culture Club Cancels Tour, Bay Area Concerts

Culture Club Cancels Tour, Bay Area Concerts

Bad news for Culture Club fans, the band’s first tour in several years was canceled today due to a medical issue with singer Boy George.

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Review: Highlights From SF Music Tech Summit

Review: Highlights From SF Music Tech Summit

Hundreds of musicians, industry professionals, sound engineers and all types of music entrepreneurs descended on the Kabuki Hotel this week for the 16th edition of the SF Music Tech Summit. Founder by executive producer Brian Zisk the recurring event brings together thought leaders at the…

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Review: Praise at the Chapel for G. Love and Special Sauce

Review: Praise at the Chapel for G. Love and Special Sauce

G. Love and Special Sauce, the trio from Philadelphia known for their unique blend of grimy hip-hop laden blues, packed the Chapel Tuesday night for an intimate free concert. At 6:30pm the line for the show already stretched down the street, as fans eagerly waited…

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Review: Slayer Brings Metal Mayhem to Fox Theater

Review: Slayer Brings Metal Mayhem to Fox Theater

Slayer delivered the heaviest, most hardcore show to ever touch the stage at Fox Theater for the first of two concerts at the venue last night.

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Photos: Bassnectar Returns to SF for a Sold-Out Party

Photos: Bassnectar Returns to SF for a Sold-Out Party

Bassnectar was back on his home turf in San Francisco over the weekend with a sold-out concert at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium to close his NVSB tour.

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Broke-Ass Stuart Introduces ‘Kinda Late Show’ in SF

Broke-Ass Stuart Introduces ‘Kinda Late Show’ in SF

San Francisco writer and man about town Broke-Ass Stuart is readying his latest project, The Kinda Late Show with Broke-Ass Stuart, a live show of the “late night” variety with a distinctly San Francisco flavor. Broke-Ass Stuart hasn’t wasted any time in the 10 years…

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Mission District Venue Elbo Room To Be Demolished for Condos

Mission District Venue Elbo Room To Be Demolished for Condos

After months of speculation and hand wringing in the music scene, the owners of the two-story building on Valencia Street housing bar and music venue the Elbo Room confirmed plans to demolish the property for condominiums. During a recent community meeting, Dennis Ring and Susan…

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Exploratorium Announces Special Appearance by Dan Deacon

Exploratorium Announces Special Appearance by Dan Deacon

Baltimore-based experimental composer and master crowd activator Dan Deacon will perform for 150 people at one of the world’s most experimental museums on December 11 with this season’s bimonthly “Resonance” music series at the Exploratorium. Space is limited for Deacon’s upcoming gig inside the Exploratorium’s…

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