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Outside Lands Releases Daily Lineup for 2013

Outside Lands Releases Daily Lineup for 2013

July 28 Update: Outside Lands is has sold out and the final schedule is set for the three-day festival starting August 9. Now it’s time for some tough choices to decide which bands get the axe with time conflicts. June 25 Report: There’s still no…

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Photos: San Francisco Bicycle Music Festival

Photos: San Francisco Bicycle Music Festival

It was all about pedal power at the Bicycle Music Festival, which celebrated music and bike culture with live music and a stage powered by 14 bikes.

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Photos: Lightning in a Bottle Pre-Party at 1015 Folsom

Photos: Lightning in a Bottle Pre-Party at 1015 Folsom

Organizers behind Southern California’s Lightning in a Bottle festival got the party started early for Bay Area festival-goers with a pre-party at 1015 Folsom.

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Famed Chez Panisse Reopens in Berkeley

Famed Chez Panisse Reopens in Berkeley

It has been a long three and a half months, but diners have to wait no longer, as Chez Panisse is opening its doors again on Monday.

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Q&A: Matt Roberts of the Mantles

Q&A: Matt Roberts of the Mantles

The Mantles, one of the Bay Areas tenured 60s psychedelic garage bands, and showing no signs of slowing down with a new album, Long Enough to Leave, and an upcoming East Coast tour.

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Walt Disney Family Museum Celebrates 50 Years of Tiki Room

Walt Disney Family Museum Celebrates 50 Years of Tiki Room

For a half-century now, a collection of fine, feathered friends have greeted and entertained visitors at Disneyland’s Enchanted Tiki Room

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Movie Review: A Hijacking

Movie Review: A Hijacking

This Danish film about the pirating of a cargo ship is subdued yet nerve racking.

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Movie Review: War World Z

Movie Review: War World Z

Brad Pitt’s zombie flick is a successful mixture of delight and fright, despite some flaws.

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A16 Rockridge Brings Southern Italian Cuisine to Oakland

A16 Rockridge Brings Southern Italian Cuisine to Oakland

Popular San Francisco restaurant A16 has expanded to the other side of the Bay this month, opening in Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood.

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Photos: Scenes From Bonnaroo 2013

Photos: Scenes From Bonnaroo 2013

The party was back in Manchester, Tenn., last weekend for Bonnaroo, the grand daddy of all music festivals, headlined by Paul McCartney, Tom Petty, Bjork and Wilco.

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John McAfee Goes Viral With ‘How to Uninstall McAfee Antivirus’ Video, Bath Salts

John McAfee Goes Viral With ‘How to Uninstall McAfee Antivirus’ Video, Bath Salts

Self-described “eccentric millionaire” John McAfee, founder of McAfee Inc., is at it again, this time parodying himself with the video “‘How to Uninstall McAfee Antivirus,” complete with bath salts, half-naked women and a hand gun.

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S&R Lounge Now Open at Hotel Zetta

S&R Lounge Now Open at Hotel Zetta

San Francisco’s newest boutique hotel, Hotel Zetta on 5th Street, has opened its hip new lounge, S&R Lounge, this week.

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