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2014 Grammy Award Winners

2014 Grammy Award Winners

Spoiler alert: Here is the list of 2014 Grammy Award winners, many of which were named today before the televised ceremony.

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UK Guitarist Jake Bugg Shares His Story from Nottingham to Nobel Prize

UK Guitarist Jake Bugg Shares His Story from Nottingham to Nobel Prize

19-year-old Jake Bugg hails from the small British city Nottingham of Robin Hood lore, armed with a raspy voice and polished lyrics. His self-titled debut album was nominated last year for the Mercury Prize (won by James Blake), and he followed up in the same…

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Five Highlights from Noir City Film Festival

Five Highlights from Noir City Film Festival

Noir City, San Francisco’s annual film noir festival, returns to the Castro Theater January 24 to February 2. For the first time in it’s 12 year run, the festival will feature international films to challenge the widely held idea that Noir is a purely American genre. Here are a few highlights of the 27-film series.

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Magik*Magik Orchestra Celebrates 5th Anniversary

Magik*Magik Orchestra Celebrates 5th Anniversary

Minna Choi, music director of Magik*Magik Orchestra and choir director for City Church San Francisco,  fuses together rock music with classical compositions while humbly creating a unique and respected subculture in the bay area. The San Francisco Conservatory of Music grad has shared the stage…

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Mavericks Surf Contest Announced for Friday

Mavericks Surf Contest Announced for Friday

It’s been months since the last major storm touched down on the California coast, but that hasn’t stopped major wave action from hitting our shores. The swell has been pumping all this week and it’s big enough for organizers to call the Maverick’s Invitational surf contest this week.

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Noir City 12 Returns to Castro Theatre on January 24

Noir City 12 Returns to Castro Theatre on January 24

Pulp cinema film festival Noir City is back for its 12th year, taking over the Castro Theatre January 24 through February 2. This year, they’re doing things a bit differently and offering an international slate of classic noir films, dispelling the common theory that the…

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SFMOMA Presents Moving Portraits: Films and Short Works of Mike Mills at Roxie Theater

SFMOMA Presents Moving Portraits: Films and Short Works of Mike Mills at Roxie Theater

On January 26, director Mike Mills will be on hand at the Roxie Theater to premiere his new SFMOMA curated film, A Mind Forever Voyaging Through Strange Seas of Thought Alone: Silicon Valley Project as part of their Live Projects 3: Project Los Altos along…

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Review: Sly of the Family Stone’s ‘Stand!’ at the Independent

Review: Sly of the Family Stone’s ‘Stand!’ at the Independent

From 1967-1983 Sly and the Family Stone, one of the most pivotal and influential funk bands, reigned supreme in the Bay Area. Their psychedelic sound made them unique, and their soul made them legit. Their impact was monumental and San Francisco won’t let them forget…

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Photos: Flamboyant Costumes and Theatrics From the Edwardian Ball

Photos: Flamboyant Costumes and Theatrics From the Edwardian Ball

The Regency Ballroom was laced in Edwardian-era decorations for the two-day Edwardian Ball as attendees showed off flamboyant and festive costumes to match the occasion.

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Photos: Mimosa at 1015 Folsom

Photos: Mimosa at 1015 Folsom

Trap producer Mimosa had 1015 Folsom packed for his headlining party on Friday.

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Photos: Ice Cold at Mighty’s Icebreakers Ball

Photos: Ice Cold at Mighty’s Icebreakers Ball

The 8th Annual Icebreakers Ball touched down at Mighty with an all-white costume party featuring DJ Icey, Zach Moore and several other DJs from Sunset Promotions and Mighty’s extended family.

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Tips for Saving Water During the Drought Emergency

Tips for Saving Water During the Drought Emergency

It’s official: California is in a drought emergency due to lack of rain.

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