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Athen B. Gallery’s Winter Exhibition Showcases Diverse Range of Artistic Mediums

Athen B. Gallery’s Winter Exhibition Showcases Diverse Range of Artistic Mediums

This coming Saturday, Athen B. Gallery will host a reception for its first major group show since opening last July. Entitled, “Winter Group Exhibition”, the arrangement will showcase works from over 30 participating artists across a range of mediums, including woven fabrics, oil paintings and…

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Q&A: SF Resident Viceroy on Local Bar & Dining Hot Spots, Plus NYE Show at Fort Mason Announced

Q&A: SF Resident Viceroy on Local Bar & Dining Hot Spots, Plus NYE Show at Fort Mason Announced

With Halloween now behind us, everyone can look forward to the end-of-year holidays and start making New Years’ Eve plans. San Francisco always offers plenty of options, but partying at Fort Mason has been a consistently solid option for counting down to midnight on a…

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Q&A: STRFKR’s Josh Hodges Connects BDSM & Buddhism With New Record, Performing Two Nights in SF

Q&A: STRFKR’s Josh Hodges Connects BDSM & Buddhism With New Record, Performing Two Nights in SF

A slow panoramic scan of the desert and cacti of Joshua Tree gradually reveals a subtle homestead—an RV with its awning pitched and a pair of hip scooters in its company. A couple crushed beers of nondescript branding lay as breadcrumbs leading focus to the man sitting…

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SF League of Pissed Off Voters Guide to Election 2016, Plus a Party for the People Tonight

SF League of Pissed Off Voters Guide to Election 2016, Plus a Party for the People Tonight

Looking for a good starting place to get some perspective on some of the many propositions on the ballot this year? We’d recommend checking out the League of Pissed Off Voters’ Guide to the Election. You might have already seen their booklet around town–as they…

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Oakland’s Day Wave: Making Music, Touring with Blonde Redhead & Upcoming Dates Starting in SF

Oakland’s Day Wave: Making Music, Touring with Blonde Redhead & Upcoming Dates Starting in SF

Day Wave, an indie rock group led by Jackson Phillips, formed in Oakland in 2015. They’ve since toured with Blonde Redhead and are about to embark on a headlining tour including a stop at Rickshaw Stop on Saturday, November 5th. Jackson Phillips left his previous electronic…

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Local Food Blogger Spotlight: Jeremy Chung

Local Food Blogger Spotlight: Jeremy Chung

On his Facebook, Jeremy Chung has an aptly named photo album, “How I became fat and broke in SF and beyond.” Documenting the local food scene since 2014, Chung jets between restaurants, photographs for a variety of businesses and mostly, gets his followers drooling over all…

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A Close Encounter with Alien Con, Plus Q&A with the TV Star of History’s ‘Ancient Aliens’

A Close Encounter with Alien Con, Plus Q&A with the TV Star of History’s ‘Ancient Aliens’

Being the very first convention of its kind, devoted to fans of HISTORY’s Ancient Aliens, sci-fi buffs, and pop culture enthusiasts, Alien Con’s success relied upon the real question of are the fans out there? And the answer was, yes–lots of them. With tickets sold out…

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Q&A: Dynamic Electronic Duo Bob Moses Descends on Fox Oakland

Q&A: Dynamic Electronic Duo Bob Moses Descends on Fox Oakland

Canadian electronic duo Bob Moses (aka Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance) dropped their debut album Days Gone By last year and have been gaining critical acclaim from the masses ever since. The record, highlighted by their hit track “Tearing Me Up,” also saw a special…

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East Bay Gems: Alameda Spots to Enjoy After the Flea Market

East Bay Gems: Alameda Spots to Enjoy After the Flea Market

Alameda feels like a time capsule of an island–not necessarily a place where you might frequently go to hang out, instead, a cozy quiet place to bike, view the water, and relax. It’s also home to the Alameda Point flea market, a massive, buzzing, exciting affair,…

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Playing Tourist in SF: A Look at the Spooky, Fun & Recently Expanded Underground ‘Dungeon’ + Plus Free Day for Voters

Playing Tourist in SF: A Look at the Spooky, Fun & Recently Expanded Underground ‘Dungeon’ + Plus Free Day for Voters

When a friend of mine had visited San Francisco for the first time ever I had the chance to play tourist in our lovely city. Amidst my makeshift tour of unusual bars around the city, she had the obligatory must-see items to check off her list–the…

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East Bay Gems: What’s Up in Emeryville?

East Bay Gems: What’s Up in Emeryville?

Located between Oakland’s flourishing culinary scene and the eclectic city of Berkely there is Emeryville. Once an industrial hub and now the land of Ikea, Bay Steet Shopping Plaza and rows of brand new condos, Emeryville is sometimes misconstrued as a non-place, an artificial suburb created…

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Promoters Behind Public Works & Midway Present First Ever Pismo Beach Camping Festival

Promoters Behind Public Works & Midway Present First Ever Pismo Beach Camping Festival

A new three-day camping music festival at Oceano State Dunes, dubbed Pismocean, has been announced by the promoters behind SF venues Public Works and the Midway. The event, located just south of San Luis Obispo, takes place November 4-6 and will offer 150+ hours of…

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