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Bacon and Beer Festival to Debut in San Francisco

Bacon and Beer Festival to Debut in San Francisco

Bacon and beer, a match made in heaven for many, hogs the spotlight Sunday, August 25 as San Francisco plays host to its first-ever Bacon and Beer Festival.

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Paul McCartney Could Headline Final Candlestick Concert

Paul McCartney Could Headline Final Candlestick Concert

Just moments before taking the stage at Outside Lands in Golden Gate Park this year, Paul McCartney proposed a fanciful idea to San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee: schedule one final concert at Candlestick Park before it gets demolished next year.

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Electro-House Producer Zedd Sells Out Fox Oakland, Adds 2nd Show

Electro-House Producer Zedd Sells Out Fox Oakland, Adds 2nd Show

After an explosive performance at Outside Lands, Zedd just announced an additional Bay Area tour date on October 9 following his already sold out show at the Fox Theater the night before.

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SF Street Food Festival Guide

SF Street Food Festival Guide

The San Francisco Street Food Festival can be a bit of a daunting experience. There are large crowds and tons of food options—it can all be a bit overwhelming. We’re here to help with a guide with some unique items we’re excited to try on Saturday.

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Ostgut Ton To Release Marcel Dettmann’s “Dettmann II” and “Various” This September

Ostgut Ton To Release Marcel Dettmann’s “Dettmann II” and “Various” This September

Following the debut of Marcel Fengler’s lauded artist album, Fokus, as well as the contemporary dance production, Masse, the Berlin-based techno imprint Ostgut Ton has a couple tricks up their sleeve for September.

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Longtime Morning DJ Chuy Gomez Leaves KMEL

Longtime Morning DJ Chuy Gomez Leaves KMEL

Giving new meaning to “Funky Friday,” KMEL listeners are adjusting to life without DJ Chuy Gomez on air after he lost his job with the station in a restructuring .

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Movie Review: ‘Kick Ass 2′ Kicks Its Own Ass In an Uneven Sequel

Movie Review: ‘Kick Ass 2′ Kicks Its Own Ass In an Uneven Sequel

Kick-Ass and its sequel are a meta-stories pure and simple. It’s the story of how real life superheroes could exist, but within the framework of a classic comic book story. On the one hand there’s the action and drama that comes with the territory, but…

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Movie Review: ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’ Is A Sometimes Fascinating History Lesson

Movie Review: ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’ Is A Sometimes Fascinating History Lesson

Lee Daniel’s The Butler — officially named as such due to a studio dispute over naming rights — attempts to do two things. First, and most prominently, is to expose the truth about the post-slavery struggle for equality in the black community, a.k.a. Civil Rights….

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Thee Oh Sees Join Iggy And The Stooges on San Jose’s C2SV Festival Lineup

Thee Oh Sees Join Iggy And The Stooges on San Jose’s C2SV Festival Lineup

The lineup for San Jose’s C2SV Festival continues to grow with the addition of Thee Oh Sees, Bosnian Rainbows, G.F.P. (with Greg Hetson and Tony Alva), Sleepy Sun, Party Ben and The Phenomenauts accompanying headliners Iggy And The Stooges, local favorites The Limousines and more.

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King Most’s Top 5 Summer Jams of 2013

King Most’s Top 5 Summer Jams of 2013

A regular player in San Francisco’s party scene, DJ King Most can be found working dance floors across the Bay Area—usually multiple times a week—with regular trips to rock parties in LA in between. We caught up with him to find out what Summer Jams are keeping him moving this summer.

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Movie Review: ‘Europa Report’ Explores Lost Space Mission Footage

Movie Review: ‘Europa Report’ Explores Lost Space Mission Footage

Europa Report is a found footage film, and even if that artifice is becoming somewhat tired, director Sebastian Cordero delivers one of the better recent films in the genre. Low-budget but with breathtaking visuals and effects, it recreates the story of the first manned mission…

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Free Events This Weekend

Free Events This Weekend

Admission is free for the biggest street food party of the year, the San Francisco’s Street Food Festival, complete with a Night Market that will start the festivities with international cuisine. Chinatown hosts a ping pong tournament…

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