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Symbiosis Gathering Producer Talks Festival History and 2015 Details

Symbiosis Gathering Producer Talks Festival History and 2015 Details

Symbiosis Gathering celebrates the multi-day festival’s 10th anniversary September 17-20 at the Woodward Reservoir in Oakdale with a massive lineup and floating water art exhibits. The four-day, mid-sized festival returns to the same location near Modesto as in 2013. The huge and diverse lineup that…

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J.D. McPherson Does It Himself Every Step of the Way

J.D. McPherson Does It Himself Every Step of the Way

J.D. McPherson, Rock and Roll troubadour and aficionado, brings his amalgamated Rockabilly style to the Bay Area for a spirited evening at the Great American Music Hall this Friday. Much like his music, J.D. McPherson isn’t one to be labeled. His progressive thinking and teaching…

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Last Night: Jamie xx Brings Exotic Club Scene to Sold Out Bimbo’s Show

Last Night: Jamie xx Brings Exotic Club Scene to Sold Out Bimbo’s Show

English producer Jamie xx confidently navigated a lengthy and dance-heavy set spanning many genres and generational styles of music at Bimbo’s 365 club on Monday night. Jamie Smith, member of the London-based band The xx, has in recent years pursued a solo career under the…

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See Which Cities Beat Out San Francisco For Freshest Restaurant in the US

See Which Cities Beat Out San Francisco For Freshest Restaurant in the US

The 2nd annual list of the FRESH-est restaurants in the USA was announced today with 11 SF Bay Area locations making the cut. Opinionated About Dining (OAD), the online rating system that created the Top 100 Fresh List, uses hi-tech algorithms based on “an expert…

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Before Fame: Amy Winehouse Exhibits in SF Explore Singer’s Life, Love of Family

Before Fame: Amy Winehouse Exhibits in SF Explore Singer’s Life, Love of Family

Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait has arrived to San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum on loan from London and will be on display until November 1. The robust exhibit at 736 Mission opened on July 23, exactly four years since Amy Winehouse’s sudden death, offering a…

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Amour Vert Opens Warehouse to Public For 3 Days

Amour Vert Opens Warehouse to Public For 3 Days

It’s that time of the year again – the time when budget- challenged ladies can lay their hands on a piece of Amour Vert chic. The San Francisco environmentally aware brand (the name means ‘green love’ in French) has made quite a name for itself…

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Ben Browning of Cut Copy Launches Solo Tour in Support of ‘Turns’

Ben Browning of Cut Copy Launches Solo Tour in Support of ‘Turns’

Australian electronic pop artist and Cut Copy bassist Ben Browning kicked off a nine-date US tour on July 22 in support of his debut LP Turns and comes to SF to play at Neck of the Woods on Saturday, August 1. A member of Cut…

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ModCloth’s Pop Up Fit Store is Coming to Union Square

ModCloth’s Pop Up Fit Store is Coming to Union Square

San Francisco base online retailer ModCloth is a favorite with retro loving fashionistas of all ages. For two weeks, between July 30th and August 17th, the flirty dresses and colorful skirts can be tried on and examined up close an personal, thanks to the website’s…

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Q&A: Punk Trio Coliseum Return to SF to Rock Thee Parkside

Q&A: Punk Trio Coliseum Return to SF to Rock Thee Parkside

Southern punk band Coliseum invade San Francisco for the second time in 2015, playing at Thee Parkside on Friday, July 31. Fronted by singer and guitarist Ryan Patterson, Coliseum have been creating post-harcore music for more than a decade. Their latest album, Anxiety’s Kiss, was…

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Ganz Q&A: Forward-Thinking Hip-Hop

Ganz Q&A: Forward-Thinking Hip-Hop

Ganz has been making electronic music in some form or another for years now, but has seen major success most recently as he dove into the future bass/trap scene. He gained attention in the dance blog sphere with his “flips” or unofficial remixes, really taking…

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Best Lunch in San Francisco: Richmond

Best Lunch in San Francisco: Richmond

Inner and Outer Richmond might be the city’s foggiest frontiers, but the diverse population and the laid-back atmosphere make up for it with delicious and affordable lunches – the perfect neighborhood to go first on our very comprehensive, all-inclusive Best Lunch Guide. Hot Sauce and…

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Good Old War Celebrate New Hymns at the Independent

Good Old War Celebrate New Hymns at the Independent

Philadelphia’s acoustic pop trio, Good Old War, bring their buoyant and infectious anthems to the Independent in support of their latest record, Broken Into Better Shape. Clapping, whistling and intuitive sing-alongs are almost subliminal when listening to the catchy tunes of Good Old War, who…

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