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Classic Horror, Prog Rockers Goblin Make San Francisco Debut This Weekend

Classic Horror, Prog Rockers Goblin Make San Francisco Debut This Weekend

Having composed and performed the haunting soundtracks for some of the most iconic and influential horror films of the 1970s and 1980s, Italian rockers Goblin are touring the United States for the very first time this month, stopping at the Warfield on October 20, just…

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Giveaway: Enter to Win VIP Tickets for Masquerotica

Giveaway: Enter to Win VIP Tickets for Masquerotica

The third annual Masquerotica costume party returns at Factory 525 this Saturday with a night of erotic costumes and entertainments. We’re giving out a pair of VIP tickets to one lucky winner.

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Noe Valley’s Firefly Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Noe Valley’s Firefly Celebrates 20th Anniversary

These days, when a restaurant stays open for 1-2 years in the Bay Area, it is often a significant achievement. But Firefly in Noe Valley is celebrating an even bigger milestone – 20 years in business on 24th Street.

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Michelin Announces Bay Area Bib Gourmand Restaurants

Michelin Announces Bay Area Bib Gourmand Restaurants

With the 2014 Bay Area Michelin Guide’s release scheduled for next week, this year’s list of Bib Gourmand restaurants has been revealed.

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Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Launches Grateful Dead Themed Beer

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Launches Grateful Dead Themed Beer

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has teamed up with the Grateful Dead to launch a new collaborative beer called American Beauty.

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Asian Box Opens First San Francisco Location

Asian Box Opens First San Francisco Location

The popular fast-casual restaurant Asian Box has opened its first location in San Francisco, taking over the former Wolfgang Puck space in Macy’s Marketplace at Union Square.

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Danny Brown Replaces Tricky at Treasure Island Fest and There’s an App for That

Danny Brown Replaces Tricky at Treasure Island Fest and There’s an App for That

With only a few days left before the return of Treasure Island Music Festival, organizers made a slight change to the Saturday lineup and released a free app for the festival this week.

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Streetwear Brand Pink + Dolphin Opens on Haight Street

Streetwear Brand Pink + Dolphin Opens on Haight Street

Hundreds of people over the weekend waited in line for the grand opening of streetwear company Pink + Dolphin’s second flagship store on Haight Street near Masonic. The label, co-owned by 23-year-old Cena Barhagi and 25-year-old Neima Khaila is known for its limited runs of…

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Photos: Decompression Brings a Touch of Burning Man to SF

Photos: Decompression Brings a Touch of Burning Man to SF

Decompression brought a taste of Burning Man to the streets of San Francisco for those still coming down from the Playa high and burners unable to make it to Black Rock City this year.

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Now Playing: Sacred Ground, Muscle Shoals, Captain Phillips and Mother of George

Now Playing:  Sacred Ground, Muscle Shoals, Captain Phillips and Mother of George

Another week of solid choices abound. Fresh off its premiere at Mill Valley Film Festival, Standing on Sacred Ground is a sincere look at the fight to preserve native cultures and the magical places the inhabit. Muscle Shoals shines a light on another magical place,…

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Taste of the Nation Embarks on the East Bay

Taste of the Nation Embarks on the East Bay

A handful of the great chefs in the East Bay are gathering in Berkeley on Sunday, October 20 for a special event showcasing their talents, but also working toward the fight to end childhood hunger.

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Movie Review: ‘Captain Phillips’ Is An Almost Masterpiece

Movie Review: ‘Captain Phillips’ Is An Almost Masterpiece

It’s hard not to watch Captain Phillips without recalling the Danish A Hijacking from earlier this year. Both are different enough to not completely overlap but there are many similarities. The first is that they’re both about cargo ships being hijacked by Somali pirates. Secondly,…

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