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Folsom Street Fair Returns this Weekend (Photos NSFW)

Folsom Street Fair Returns this Weekend (Photos NSFW)

Rent prices are higher than ever and the debate over gentrification rages on, but somehow San Francisco’s kinky nature remains unfazed. It’s all on display this weekend with the Folsom Street Fair. Leather daddies, doms and submissives and just about every fetish under the sun…

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Easy Star All-Stars Celebrates 10 Years of ‘Dub Side of the Moon’ at Slim’s

Easy Star All-Stars Celebrates 10 Years of ‘Dub Side of the Moon’ at Slim’s

New York-based reggae collective Easy Star All-Stars celebrates the 10-year anniversary of its irie cult classic Dub Side of the Moon, a reggae-style Pink Floyd tribute, with a show this weekend at Slim’s. Despite producing several original releases, the group is most famous for the…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

We’re in the thick of San Francisco’s warm season, which means parties are poppin’, drinks end with fruit chunks and hangovers can be healed on a soft, grassy knoll. Besides the city’s many daytime adventures this weekend, dance floors are ripe with opportunities to let loose.

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Hog & Rocks Late Night Pop-up Brings Korean Classics to the Mission

Hog & Rocks Late Night Pop-up Brings Korean Classics to the Mission

Hog & Rock’s in the Mission is offering a special late night pop-up menu with authentic South Korean food starting this week with Chef Robin Song.

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DJ Shadow, Cut Chemist Add Second Bay Area Show for Renegades of Rhythm Tour

DJ Shadow, Cut Chemist Add Second Bay Area Show for Renegades of Rhythm Tour

Due to popular demand, Northern California producer DJ Shadow and Jurassic 5 turntablist Cut Chemist have announced they will return to the Bay Area for the final performance of their Renegades of Rhythm tour. The co-headlining, vinyl-only performance, will stop in Oakland at Fox Theater…

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The Five Best Places to Party Outside This Weekend

The Five Best Places to Party Outside This Weekend

Partying inside is so over-rated, especially with the streak of beautiful weather the Bay Area is experiencing. It’s the perfect time to get outside and there are plenty of party options as the weekend approaches.

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Photos: Party Pics from Dirtybird BBQ at Treasure Island

Photos: Party Pics from Dirtybird BBQ at Treasure Island

In the midst of a cross country Dirtybird BBQ micro-tour, local dance music label Dirtybird brought brought the party to Treasure Island for a day of dancing outside in the sunshine with Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin, Christian Martin and Worthy.

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Foreign Cinema Celebrates 15 Years in the Mission With a Quinceanera

Foreign Cinema Celebrates 15 Years in the Mission With a Quinceanera

Celebrated San Francisco restaurant Foreign Cinema, one of the first eateries of its kind to open in the Mission, celebrates its 15th year anniversary this week with the special event, Quintessentially Quixotic Quinceañera. The party on Thursday promises an evening filled with Latin food (a…

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Photos: Porter Robinson Brings ‘Worlds’ to San Francisco

Photos: Porter Robinson Brings ‘Worlds’ to San Francisco

Dance music producer Porter Robinson was back in San Francisco over the weekend for a massive party at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium with tracks off of his new album Worlds.

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Photos: Party People at Summersalt Festival

Photos: Party People at Summersalt Festival

Summersalt Festival organizers went big this year with the festival’s strongest lineup to date, headlined by Big Gigantic and G-Eazy at Pier 70.

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Fan Photos and Notes From the 49ers Season Opener at Levi’s Stadium

Fan Photos and Notes From the 49ers Season Opener at Levi’s Stadium

The 49ers showed off Levi’s Stadium on Sunday with their first regular season home game, unfortunately fans left unimpressed with the action on the field with a 28-20 loss to the Chicago Bears.

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Pearl Jam, Soundgarden to Play Bridge School Benefit

Pearl Jam, Soundgarden to Play Bridge School Benefit

Pegi and Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit will be rocking in the free world once again with Bridge School regular Eddie Veddar joining the lineup with Pearl Jam, Florence + The Machine and another grunge-era favorite, Soundgarden.

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