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New All Trance Music Festival Dreamstate Comes to SF in 2016

New All Trance Music Festival Dreamstate Comes to SF in 2016

Electronic dance music promoters Insomniac (Electric Daisy Carnival, Beyond Wonderland, Nocturnal) plan to bring their newly created Dreamstate trance festival to San Francisco next year, with official dates and location still TBA. Billed as “Your Trance Destination,” Dreamstate will be taking place sometime in early…

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L7 Brings the Stink Back to San Francisco

L7 Brings the Stink Back to San Francisco

Way back in 1985, an all female punk band emerged who inevitably influenced the onslaught of female fronted grunge rock bands, paving the way for groups like Hole, Bikini Kill and Babes in Toyland. The band was L7, a group of shameless vixens from Los…

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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Reveals Lineup Medleys for 15th Anniversary Festival

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Reveals Lineup Medleys for 15th Anniversary Festival

Per annual tradition, organizers of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass started to disclose the lineup for this year’s festival through a series of music medleys, headlined so far by legendary classic rock guitarist Boz Scaggs, country folk star Emmylou Harris and singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell. Other newsworthy acts…

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Lights Down Low Founders Discuss Beginnings and Controversy

Lights Down Low Founders Discuss Beginnings and Controversy

When Corey Sleazemore moved to San Francisco almost a decade ago, he was a young DJ from out of town. Hard pressed to find any gigs, he did what any motivated 22 year old would do; he started his own party. Teaming up with Richie…

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Top 7 Outdoor Workout Spaces in SF with Paired Tracks

Top 7 Outdoor Workout Spaces in SF with Paired Tracks

Thanks to more than 200 parks and dedicated open spaces, San Francisco offers tons of beautiful and rewarding places outdoors to exercise. Despite the city’s density, a plethora of challenging hills and coastal terrain with ocean-side vistas helps motivate all types of physical activity. SF…

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Q&A: Felicia Day Wants You To Be Weird

Q&A: Felicia Day Wants You To Be Weird

Felicia Day seems to say whatever is on her mind. With a quirkiness about her that’s both humble and endearing, she is often best at being what many struggle to be: herself. “I walked across the parking lot earlier and I think now I have…

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Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party Returns with Stellar Bay Area Lineup

Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party Returns with Stellar Bay Area Lineup

Independent music promoter Noise Pop announced the return of the 20th Street Block Party to the Mission District with a large music lineup headlined by alt-folk group Thao & The Get Down Stay Down and singer-songwriter Nick Waterhouse. The free neighborhood celebration with two performances…

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Adios, Mission. Dogpatch Becomes New Home for Street Food Festival

Adios, Mission. Dogpatch Becomes New Home for Street Food Festival

This past weekend marked the seventh-annual San Francisco Street Food Festival where food trucks and aspiring chefs from La Cocina brought their culinary creations to the public. For the first time since its inception as a large-scale outdoor street market, which blocked off sections of…

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Sprig to Host State Bird Provisions’ Stuart Brioza

Sprig to Host State Bird Provisions’ Stuart Brioza

The whole app food delivery business is on the verge of becoming the norm, and competition is fierce. How do you stand out? By attracting big local names to cook clever, colorful dishes and including them in the delivery menu. Sprig, the healthy meals delivery…

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New Oakland Music Festival Brings Reggae, EDM to Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

New Oakland Music Festival Brings Reggae, EDM to Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

Bringing together Rastas and bassheads alike, the first ever Bay Area Vibez Music & Arts Festival comes to Oakland.  Marley brothers Damian “Jr. Gong” and Stephen “Ragga” Marley along with Aloe Blacc headline Saturday while Bassnectar and Nas clean up the following day.  Promising on-stage…

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Lulacruza’s South American Roots Inspire Unique Blend of Electronic Folk

Lulacruza’s South American Roots Inspire Unique Blend of Electronic Folk

Lulacruza have gained a lot of hype recently thanks in part to their distinct brand of South American electro-folk. Hailing from Colombia and Argentina, the troupe exhibits raw performances that have garnered a reputation for transporting audiences with intimate, meditative qualities. Lulacruza are heavily influenced…

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Casey Cripe Explores Evolution in Art at Mirus Gallery

Casey Cripe Explores Evolution in Art at Mirus Gallery

Casey Cripe has over 3,000 books in his personal library. You might say that’s rare these days for someone under thirty-five who can understand and operate a Kindle, but reading has turned out to be a major part of his work. With a natural fascination…

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