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Party for a Good Cause With Valentine’s Day Undie Run

Party for a Good Cause With Valentine’s Day Undie Run

This Valentine’s Day, Cupid’s Undie Run joins the ranks of some of SF’s best scantily clad events in support of The Children’s Tumor Foundation.

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Flume, Sbtrkt and Tycho to Headline Lighting in a Bottle Festival

Flume, Sbtrkt and Tycho to Headline Lighting in a Bottle Festival

More than 100 artists have been announced for this year’s 10-year anniversary lineup for Lighting in a Bottle, including international favorites Flume and Sbtrkt. Other artists playing at the 5-day festival over Memorial Day Weekend (May 21 – 25) on California’s central coast include San…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

It looks like rain is on the way for the Bay Area weekend—just one more excuse to heat up the dance floor this weekend. All the best parties in San Francisco can be found right here.

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Robert Plant, Kendrick Lamar and Modest Mouse to Headline Sasquatch Festival

Robert Plant, Kendrick Lamar and Modest Mouse to Headline Sasquatch Festival

Led Zeppelin veteran Robert Plant, rapper Kendrick Lamar and indie-rock group Modest Mouse will headline Sasquatch Music Festival this year. The four-day festival takes place Memorial Day Weekend (May 22-25) at the Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Washington. Additional artist highlights include London producer Sbtrkt, Australian…

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Q&A: In Familiar Company With Oakland’s Forrest Day

Q&A: In Familiar Company With Oakland’s Forrest Day

Following the 2013 release of their sophomore album The Second, Forrest Day’s latest EP Familiar Company arrived in January, satiating fans with a mix of new and old material while the band’s next two full-length albums are in the works. The band of Oakland locals…

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Report: Local Rapper The Jacka Killed in Oakland Shooting

Report: Local Rapper The Jacka Killed in Oakland Shooting

February 8 Update: Less than a week after his death in Oakland, the San Francisco Chronicle is covering the life and untimely death of The Jacka with a front-page feature in its Sunday edition. Since he died at the scene of the shooting on Monday,…

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Photos: Pumpkin at Public Works

Photos: Pumpkin at Public Works

Dance music producer and DJ Nicholas “Pumpkin” Alvarado brought the party to Public Works on Friday. Photos by SF Station photographer Thibault Palomares.

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The Union Trade Celebrate ‘Long Years’ at Rickshaw Stop

The Union Trade Celebrate ‘Long Years’ at Rickshaw Stop

Somewhere in between post-rock, instrumental and Shoegaze, The Union Trade tackle their willful aspirations with an irrefutable distinction to make honest music. Headed by Tricycle Records co-founder, Don Joslin, and bassist Nate Munger, the band has made leaps and bounds to create an ambitious instrumental…

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Borderlands Books to Close on Valencia Street

Borderlands Books to Close on Valencia Street

Another sign of the changing landscape of San Francisco, Borderlands Books on Valencia Street announced today that it will close. Already faced with challenges, the recent voter-approved increase of San Francisco’s minimum wage in San Francisco make the book store no longer financially viable, however…

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Photos: Party Pics From Knife Party at Mezzanine

Photos: Party Pics From Knife Party at Mezzanine

Aussie electronic duo Knife Party, featuring Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, brought a mid-week party to Mezzanine on Wednesday.

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

SF clubs host everything from tropical house to progressive house and trap this week—and at least one opportunity for flapjacks on the dance floor.

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10 Highlights From the SF Beer Week Schedule

10 Highlights From the SF Beer Week Schedule

SF Beer Week 2015 will celebrate the unique craft brew culture of Northern California alongside some of the world’s most reputable breweries, featuring more than 600 events across the Bay Area from Feb. 6 to Feb. 15.

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