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New Parkway Theater Curates a Weeklong Series of Oakland-Themed Films

New Parkway Theater Curates a Weeklong Series of Oakland-Themed Films

The New Parkway Theater is hosting its first “Oakland Week” from September 16th-22nd. Titles that are chosen for the series include films created by Oakland filmmakers, films that star Oakland actors, documentaries and stories that are set or shot in the town. As Oakland is…

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Tour De Fat Brings Together Beer & Bike Culture Enthusiasts

Tour De Fat Brings Together Beer & Bike Culture Enthusiasts

New Belgium Brewing, makers of Fat Tire Amber Ale and a list of many other Belgian-inspired beers, is bringing Tour de Fat to San Francisco. This multi-city tour is a traveling celebration of all things bike, and it is returning to Golden Gate Park on…

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Quintessential SF Concert Venue Bottom of the Hill Celebrates 25 Years

Quintessential SF Concert Venue Bottom of the Hill Celebrates 25 Years

Since September 1991, Portrero Hill concert venue Bottom of the Hill has been an SF staple for live music. The venue has been home to over 10,000 bands who have played here, equaling about 25,000 performances over the past 25 years. Bottom of the Hill…

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7 High-Flying Films to Get You Stoked on the Upcoming Drone Film Fest

7 High-Flying Films to Get You Stoked on the Upcoming Drone Film Fest

Aerial cinema elevates storytelling to new heights, and the Flying Robot international Film Festival (FRiFF) returns to SF for its second year to showcase drone culture and high-altitude cinematography. The festival will take place November 17, serving as an international platform for showcasing compelling short…

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The 7th Annual Super Hero Street Fair & 5 Cosplay Tips To Get You Costume-Ready

The 7th Annual Super Hero Street Fair & 5 Cosplay Tips To Get You Costume-Ready

The 7th Annual Super Hero Street Fair, from the co-producers of the How Weird Street Fair, is fast-approaching. And in a city that loves to dress up, expect to see a full range of hilarious, magnificent, and bad-ass costume varieties at this event. Please note:…

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Rap Icon Common Playing Charity Concert at The Masonic in Support of ‘Black Girls Code’

Rap Icon Common Playing Charity Concert at The Masonic in Support of ‘Black Girls Code’

Grammy award winning rapper, author, and actor Common will be performing at a benefit concert on September 14 at The Masonic. All proceeds from the show will go to Black Girls Code, a not-for-profit organization focused on providing technology education to African-American girls ages 7–17….

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Musician & Producer John Vanderslice Discusses Tiny Telephone & Oakland Studio

Musician & Producer John Vanderslice Discusses Tiny Telephone & Oakland Studio

John Vanderslice, the entrepreneur, musician and record producer, recently expanded his Tiny Telephone Studios to the East Bay with a brand new recording facility in Oakland. Since 1997, Tiny Telephone has thrived in San Francisco, producing albums by Death Cab for Cutie, Spoon, The Mountain…

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50 Awesome Burning Man Instagram Photos

50 Awesome Burning Man Instagram Photos

Once again the world turned upside down and inside out for the annual gathering in Black Rock City, Nevada. This year Burners had to compete with epic dust storms but still managed to make the best of it. Check out our 50 favorite from Instagram:…

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10 Things to Know Before Symbiosis Gathering ’16

10 Things to Know Before Symbiosis Gathering ’16

Months after last year’s Symbiosis Gathering, stories still burst from those who splashed about the peninsula at Woodward Reservoir, CA. Now almost a full year after their 10th Anniversary, those stories are resurfacing as excitement grows for the next Symbiosis taking place this month. Past patrons are…

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The Latest from aQuarius Records: Music Reviews in Print, New Website & Documentary

The Latest from aQuarius Records: Music Reviews in Print, New Website & Documentary

After closing last month, San Francisco’s oldest indie vinyl shop, aQuarius Records, announced plans to continue as a digital presence and eventually introduce “a big book of selected aQ reviews from our five hundred and two aQ New Arrivals lists, 1995-2016!” Their new website, called…

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Local Biz Spotlight: Seldom Seen

Local Biz Spotlight: Seldom Seen

A San Francisco boutique doesn’t get cooler than Seldom Seen. This men’s and women’s emporium in Hayes Valley opened a year ago by college friends and fashion lovers Daniel Lee and Natasha Wong. The shop is bright, minimal, and full of labels embodying the local…

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SF Welcomes Back Its First Large-scale Comic Convention in Five Years

SF Welcomes Back Its First Large-scale Comic Convention in Five Years

San Francisco will once again be home to a large-scale comic book convention with the arrival of San Francisco Comic Con this weekend. The convention will be held at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis and will run from Friday, September 2nd, through Sunday, September 4th….

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