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Photos: Cage the Elephant Soars at Fox Theater

Photos: Cage the Elephant Soars at Fox Theater

Always known for a wild performances, Cage the Elephant was back in the Bay Area for a show at Fox Theater with Foals.

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21st Amendment Celebrates the Arrival of Hell or High Watermelon

21st Amendment Celebrates the Arrival of Hell or High Watermelon

It was a watermelon massacre at San Francisco’s 21st Amendment Brewery yesterday evening as co-owners Nico Freccia and Shaun O’Sullivan celebrated the seasonal release of Hell or High Watermelon beer with a sacrificial watermelon toss from the brewery’s roof. A hearty happy hour crowd celebrated…

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TravelTHC Introduces Stoner Friendly Vacation Rentals

TravelTHC Introduces Stoner Friendly Vacation Rentals

Building on the success of Airbnb, the global website dedicated to rental lodging, the excellently named TravelTHC (formerly AirTHC) is capitalizing on recent marijuana legalization in Colorado. While it’s now legal to purchase and ingest marijuana in Colorado, it’s still illegal to smoke in public…

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Papa’s Darren Weiss Returns to Bay Area for a Headlining Gig at the Independent

Papa’s Darren Weiss Returns to Bay Area for a Headlining Gig at the Independent

After a move from Los Angeles to New York and back, childhood friends Darren Weiss and Danny Presant found a way to make Papa cohesive band, creating an album full of captivating choruses and eccentric melodies. Their sound is riddled with lo-fi influences that fall somewhere…

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The Commissary Brings Spanish-Influenced California Cuisine to the Presidio

The Commissary Brings Spanish-Influenced California Cuisine to the Presidio

San Francisco diners have a new destination to add to their list this week with the opening of the Commissary, a Spanish-influenced restaurant making its debut in the Presidio under the leadership of chef Traci Des Jardins.

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San Jose City Council to Vote on Medical Marijuana Rules

San Jose City Council to Vote on Medical Marijuana Rules

While other U.S. cities enjoy the recreational use of medical marijuana, California cities are still struggling to define policies for regulating medical marijuana. Officials in San Jose, the city with the largest population in the Bay Area and the 10th largest in the U.S., are…

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Set Times Announced for Napa’s BottleRock Festival

Set Times Announced for Napa’s BottleRock Festival

Set times are out for Napa’s BottleRock Festival, headlined this year by Outkast, The Cure and Eric Church.

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Photos: Wild in the Streets at Bay To Breakers

Photos: Wild in the Streets at Bay To Breakers

Bay to Breakers returned Sunday with another city-wide street party as tens of thousands of people hit the streets with their best costumes.

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The Strokes, Phoenix, Interpol to Headline LA’s FYF Fest

The Strokes, Phoenix, Interpol to Headline LA’s FYF Fest

Relocating to a venue in downtown Los Angeles, this year’s FYF Fest at The LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park takes place August 23-24 with headliners the Strokes, Phoenix, Interpol and Haim.

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Joyce Goldstein Discusses Roots of Spanish Cuisine in SF

Joyce Goldstein Discusses Roots of Spanish Cuisine in SF

To say Joyce Goldstein is a repository of culinary knowledge, both local and foreign, is no exaggeration. Over the course of a decades-long career, she has been a teacher, chef, cookbook author, consultant and more, but no matter what she’s doing, it is always with…

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Lightning in a Bottle Festival Set Times

Lightning in a Bottle Festival Set Times

Lightning in a Bottle is just one week away, making its Northern California debut with more more than 70 performers and DJs over three days, including Moby, Little Dragon, Phantogram and Amon Tobin. The festivities get underway at San Antonio Recreation Area in Bradley, Calif.,…

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Movie Review: ‘Chef’ Is A Delectable Treat

Movie Review: ‘Chef’ Is A Delectable Treat

Jon Favreau struck it big, both as an actor and writer, with Swingers in 1996. His stature only grew from there and he made his way into directing where he, again, found success. Favreau soon entered the blockbuster universe with Iron Man—considered by many to…

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