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Caribou, Dan Deacon, Giraffage to Perform at Noise Pop 2015

Caribou, Dan Deacon, Giraffage to Perform at Noise Pop 2015

Noise Pop announced the initial lineup for its 23rd annual festival, which runs next February 20 through March 1, led by electronic psychedelia artist Caribou, avant-garde performer Dan Deacon, and Fool’s Gold’s latest signee, San Francisco local Giraffage. Other noteworthy headliners for the 2015 music…

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SF to Submit Bid to Host 2024 Summer Olympics

SF to Submit Bid to Host 2024 Summer Olympics

San Francisco officials and business leaders will once again attempt to host the Olympics, this time for the 2024 Summer Games, with a proposal to build a temporary main stadium near Candlestick Park, improve transportation and host sporting events in the downtown area. According to…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

This weekend choose from an Alice in Wonderland themed dance party to Mr. Oizo’s experimental electronic music, and everything in between with San Francisco’s best parties this weekend.

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Comedian Amy Schumer to Bring ‘Back Door Tour’ to SF

Comedian Amy Schumer to Bring ‘Back Door Tour’ to SF

Honest and unapologetic stand-up comedian Amy Schumer is coming to San Francisco for a stand-up show on the big stage at Davies Symphony Hall as part of her “Back Door Tour.” Schumer’s provocative and hilariously wicked mind will be on full display on March 26…

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Photos: SF Bicycle Coalition Celebrates 19th Winterfest

Photos: SF Bicycle Coalition Celebrates 19th Winterfest

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition members and enthusiasts gathered for the advocacy group’s 19th Annual Winterfest party on Sunday, featuring a night of food and drink, music, art and an auction from local bike-friendly businesses. Photos by SF Station photographer Gabby Gamboa.

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Kickstarter Campaign Aims to Raise Funds for Emperor Norton Documentary

Kickstarter Campaign Aims to Raise Funds for Emperor Norton Documentary

On September 17, 1859, a man adorned in a beaver hat and ostrich plume marched into the office of the San Francisco Bulletin and handed over a Proclamation declaring himself Norton the First, Emperor of the United States. Filmmaker Jesse Chandler’s Kickstarter campaign plans to pay tribute to…

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Review: J. Mascis at the Independent

Review: J. Mascis at the Independent

Dinosaur Jr. frontman J. Mascis was back in San Francisco on Saturday with his latest collection of solo, acoustic songs for a sold-out concert at the Independent.

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Gray Area Foundation Revives Grand Theater in the Mission‏

Gray Area Foundation Revives Grand Theater in the Mission‏

After two years of development, Gray Area Foundation for the Arts has settled permanently in its new home at the Mission District’s historic Grand Theater and has opened its doors to artists, techies and neighborhood residents. With the current real estate market quickly pushing cultural…

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Coachella 2015 Lineup Rumors and Confirmations

Coachella 2015 Lineup Rumors and Confirmations

It’s never too early to speculate about the Coachella lineup, especially when potential acts have already announced tour schedules that align with the West Coast or have giant gaps during the two Coachella festival weekends in April. Using process of elimination, industry sources and some…

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Review: ‘The Theory of Everything’ Isn’t Quite Foolproof

Review: ‘The Theory of Everything’ Isn’t Quite Foolproof

The usual issue with biopics told over a significant amount of time is that they still need to the beats of conflict and (perhaps) resolution, but it’s difficult to to really get that tension when spread out so long. That’s especially true when so many…

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Trailer Park Boys Announce ‘Still Drunk, High and Unemployed’ Show

Trailer Park Boys Announce ‘Still Drunk, High and Unemployed’ Show

America’s favorite drunk, high and unemployed Canadians, The Trailer Park Boys, just announced a new show that will arrive in Oakland early next year.

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Culture Club Cancels Tour, Bay Area Concerts

Culture Club Cancels Tour, Bay Area Concerts

Bad news for Culture Club fans, the band’s first tour in several years was canceled today due to a medical issue with singer Boy George.

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