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Photos: J-Pop Festival Summit Takes Over Japantown

Photos: J-Pop Festival Summit Takes Over Japantown

J-Pop fashionistas and fans of cosplay, anime and all things Japanese pop culture filled Japantown over the weekend for the J-Pop Summit Festival.

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Justin Timberlake Announces Bay Area Concert

Justin Timberlake Announces Bay Area Concert

Just days after filling Candlestick Park with Jay Z for the Legends of Summer tour, Justin Timberlake announced plans to perform at San Jose’s SAP Pavilion in early 2014.

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Photos: Weezer and The Limousines at America’s Cup Pavilion

Photos: Weezer and The Limousines at America’s Cup Pavilion

Alt-rock favorites Weezer and San Jose electro-pop group the Limousines rocked the waterfront America’s Cup Pavilion, part of the concert series scheduled there through September.

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Review: Justin Timberlake and Jay Z Ignite Candlestick for Legends of Summer Tour

Review: Justin Timberlake and Jay Z Ignite Candlestick for Legends of Summer Tour

Pop superstar Justin Timberlake and New York hip hop mogul Jay Z brought life back to Candlestick Park on Friday night for a rare hit-filled concert at the venue with their “Legends of Summer” stadium tour. Their two styles blended harmoniously and seemingly effortlessly throughout…

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Photos: A Little Grunge on the Prairie by Stephanie St. Croix

Photos: A Little Grunge on the Prairie by Stephanie St. Croix

  Welcome back to our ongoing series of photo editorials from the styling students at the Academy of Art University. Each student selected a San Francisco landmark, place or idea that had a personal meaning to them and reconstructed the aesthetic into a style. This…

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Free Events This Weekend

Free Events This Weekend

San Francisco’s biggest celebration of Japanese pop culture returns with the J-Pop Summit Festival this weekend in Japantown and locally filmed cult classic Invasion of the Body Snatchers is back on the silver screen with movie night at Duboce Park. Faze Apparel introduces its first…

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SF Street Food Festival Lineup Announced

SF Street Food Festival Lineup Announced

The 5th edition of the street food bonanza features plenty of new vendors and a renewal of last year’s very popular Night Market.

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Review: ‘The Wolverine’ Is Big In Japan

Review: ‘The Wolverine’ Is Big In Japan

After Gavin Hood’s dismal X-Men Origins: Wolverine in 2009 — it’s no stretch to call it one of the worst films ever made — Marvel fans were disheartened but remained hopeful that star Hugh Jackman would continue on as the character and redeem himself. James…

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Review: Mads Mikkelsen Can’t Escape ‘The Hunt’

Review: Mads Mikkelsen Can’t Escape ‘The Hunt’

Thomas Vinterberg’s major claim to fame is his 1998 film The Celebration, which was the first feature of the Dogme 95 film movement, popularized by him and other Danish filmmakers like Lars Von Trier. The basic concept was to get, well, back to basics in…

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GAFFTA/Bunker A/V: Bridging the Gap Between Art, Music, & Technology

GAFFTA/Bunker A/V: Bridging the Gap Between Art, Music, & Technology

For those unfamiliar, Bunker A/V is home to some of the most forward-thinking media artists around in the nightlife scene, both in NYC and SF. This Friday, they’ll be premiering AtomTM’s live audio/visual show. AtomTM (Uwe Schmidt) comes from a background of music koncrete-esque (I…

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Off the Grid at the Airport

Off the Grid at the Airport

Off the Grid is launching a two truck pod at SFO and also a new app to track your favor food truck.

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More Free Wi-Fi Coming to San Francisco

More Free Wi-Fi Coming to San Francisco

A $600,000 gift from Google will help to install new Wi-Fi spots at 31 parks, plazas and open spaces by next spring.

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