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‘Perpetual Motion’ Brings Automata Into Focus With Curator & Contemporary Artist Tom Haney

‘Perpetual Motion’ Brings Automata Into Focus With Curator & Contemporary Artist Tom Haney

Heron Arts curator Noah Antieau has teamed up with Atlanta-based automata artist Tom Haney to present “Perpetual Motion: Contemporary Interpretations of Fine Art Automata”, opening Saturday April 16. The show is considered to be the first US exhibition of fine art automata. Automata, or figurative kinetic…

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The Armory Obtains Permit to Expand Music & Event Capabilities

The Armory Obtains Permit to Expand Music & Event Capabilities

Last week, San Francisco’s Entertainment Commission awarded the Armory a full entertainment permit. This decision approved the headquarters of pornography company Kink.com, frequently called the Porn Palace, to be transitioned from a porn studio into a full-time 4,000-person music and event venue. While some of…

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Best Brunches: The East Bay

Best Brunches: The East Bay

Amazing brunches aren’t limited to San Francisco’s big city charms anymore. The foodie revival of Oakland and Berkeley have brought plenty of new decadent restaurants to the other side of the Bay Bridge in recent years, and brunch—still the most Instagrammed meal, is booming everywhere…

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Free Neighborhood Festival: Playland on Balboa

Free Neighborhood Festival: Playland on Balboa

Live music acts, artist, vendors and local businesses have combined forced to create “Playland on Balboa”, a new neighborhood event in the Richmond District. On April 16, from 2pm until 6pm, all along Balboa Street between 34th and 37th Avenues, expect to find entertainment for…

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Weekend Nightlife Picks: Hippie Sabotage, Buraka Som Sistema, SNBRN & more

Weekend Nightlife Picks: Hippie Sabotage, Buraka Som Sistema, SNBRN & more

The weekend is just about here and it’s bringing the Bay a plethora of parties to choose from. Don’t worry if you were too busy planning your Coachella weekend to grab tix for RJD2′s epic return to SF (The Independent) with his new album, Dame Fortune. And even…

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Photo of the Week: Alfin Lian

Photo of the Week: Alfin Lian

Want to be featured on our Photo of the Week feature? Submit your photo by tagging us @sfstation on Instagram and don’t forget to add #snapwednesday This weeks photo is by Alfin Lian (San Francisco) How would you describe your photography? Alfin: I like how I am able to…

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Q&A: Goldroom Talks Boats and Coachella, Set to Perform (Sold Out) Mezzanine Show

Q&A: Goldroom Talks Boats and Coachella, Set to Perform (Sold Out) Mezzanine Show

Amongst the hills and trees of LA’s Mount Washington, Josh Legg eases peacefully into his couch.  A choice blend aromatically steams for attention from a mug perched on the coffee table at his feet—it goes neglected for the frosted malt beverage already in hand. These days,…

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Hit Up the Free Synth Swap at Mission Sunday Streets

Hit Up the Free Synth Swap at Mission Sunday Streets

Audio enthusiasts looking for a discount drum machine or might be trying to offload some performance equipment should check out the Synth Swap on April 10, an event that coincides with Mission Sunday Streets. Local design and electronics brand Dijital Fix is hosting a community…

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Lineup Confirmed: Outside Lands 2016

Lineup Confirmed: Outside Lands 2016

San Francisco’s premier music festival, Outside Lands, announced its 2016 lineup headlined by alternative rock band Radiohead (as expected), electronic group LCD Soundsystem, and R&B singer Lionel Richie. The ninth annual three-day celebration of music, food, beer, wine, comedy, and art takes place this year…

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The List: 10 of San Francisco’s Finest Fitness Studios via Zenrez

The List: 10 of San Francisco’s Finest Fitness Studios via Zenrez

A good hard workout is empowering and feels amazing. Finding available workout classes or a studio that offers exactly what you want—also quite challenging, but not in that same invigorating type of way. Leave it to SF to have way too many options (#sfproblems), as well…

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Q&A: SNBRN Concludes His ‘Gansta Walk’ Tour in SF & Discusses Unreleased Nate Dogg Vocal

Q&A: SNBRN Concludes His ‘Gansta Walk’ Tour in SF & Discusses Unreleased Nate Dogg Vocal

Electronic DJ SNBRN concludes his “Gangsta Walk” tour at Ruby Skye on April 9, following appearances at Ultra in Miami and Buku Festival in New Orleans. Kevin Chapman has been performing as SNBRN for the past two years, and his meteoric rise to upper echelons…

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Live Review: Marco Benevento at the Independent, Plus Secret Shows Tonight & Tomorrow

Live Review: Marco Benevento at the Independent, Plus Secret Shows Tonight & Tomorrow

Marco Benevento, east coast pianist and songwriting extraordinaire, took the stage at the Independent Saturday night for a nearly sold out crowd in support of his latest record, The Story of Fred Short. Marco Benevento has been a pillar of the psychedelic jazz scene since…

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