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Bassnectar Discusses Burning Man, Philanthropy and Drugs in the EDM Scene

Bassnectar Discusses Burning Man, Philanthropy and Drugs in the EDM Scene

As Bassnectar, Lorin Ashton produces in an amorphous style with signature bass drops, rhythmic tempo ranges and a genre-bending blend of dubstep, hip-hop and metal, inspired in part by his formative years in San Jose‘s heavy metal scene. Since emerging as a popular DJ at…

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Director Steph Green Brings Her Film Run & Jump to The San Francisco Irish Film Festival

Director Steph Green Brings Her Film Run & Jump to The San Francisco Irish Film Festival

The San Francisco Irish Film Festival hits the city September 19-21. Bringing the best films the Gaelic country has to over, the festival opens with the debut feature-length film from Mill Valley native Steph Green, entitled Run & Jump. The film will also be hitting…

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Fillmore Street Welcomes New Izakaya Restaurant

Fillmore Street Welcomes New Izakaya Restaurant

Izakaya Hashibiro Kou is a brand new food option for those looking to grab a bite to eat before or after a show at The Fillmore or Kabuki.

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Photos: The Triumphant Return of Summersalt Festival

Photos: The Triumphant Return of Summersalt Festival

After a one-year hiatus, Summersalt Festival returned to San Francisco with the Grouch & Elight, Felix Cartal, Kill Paris and more at Wisconsin Street on Potrero Hill.

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Photos: Two Days of Hip Hop With Rock The Bells

Photos: Two Days of Hip Hop With Rock The Bells

Rock The Bells returned to Shoreline Amphitheatre over the weekend for its most ambitious year to date—two lineups over two days, complete with virtual performances from Eazy E and Ol’ Dirty Bastard and appearances by Wu-Tang Clan, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, A$AP Mob, KRS-One, Common, Rakim, Girl…

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Photos: Urban Air Market Takes Over Hayes Valley With Boutiques, Designers

Photos: Urban Air Market Takes Over Hayes Valley With Boutiques, Designers

Local boutiques, artisans and designers gathered in Hayes Valley on Sunday for Urban Air Market, featuring 150 independent vendors with clothing, accessories, jewelry and home décor. Photos by SF Station photographer Alex Akamine

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Now Playing: Our Nixon, Frida, & Populaire

Now Playing:  Our Nixon, Frida, & Populaire

Here we are, another week in a holding pattern, waiting for the “big” Oscar films yet to come. But never fear, there are few good films that we can recommend. Understandably, The Family will get all the press but these are the films you should…

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Photos: Deep House with Nikko Gibler and Tone & Von at Temple

Photos: Deep House with Nikko Gibler and Tone & Von at Temple

Friday the 13th didn’t scare off the party people at Temple for a night of deep house with Nikko Gibler, Italy’s Francesco Signorile, Tone & Von and more.

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Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Return to SF This Weekend

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Return to SF This Weekend

Indie folk rockers Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros stop at the America’s Cup Pavilion on September 20 for one of the last scheduled shows at the waterfront venue. Beginning as a musical collective collaboration back in 2007 between lead vocalist Alex Ebert and singer…

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Remembering Tupac: Top 5 Music Videos

Remembering Tupac: Top 5 Music Videos

Tupac Shakur’s fast and furious life ended 17 years ago today when the 25-year-old rapper succumbed to gunshot wounds in Las Vegas in 1996.

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Fundraiser to be Held for Rickhouse Bartender

Fundraiser to be Held for Rickhouse Bartender

His bar compatriots are throwing a fundraiser at Tradition Bar on Sunday, as he continues his recovery from cancer.

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SF Sketchfest Presents Halloween-Themed Cinematic Titanic: The Farewell Tour at Castro Theatre

SF Sketchfest Presents Halloween-Themed Cinematic Titanic: The Farewell Tour at Castro Theatre

The original cast behind Mystery Science Theater 3000, including creator Joel Hodgson, have been touring their newest live riffing show Cinematic Titanic and will be making a stop at The Castro Theatre on October 19 for a full night of Halloween filled roasting. Starting things…

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