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Movie Review: Roman Polanski Dominates with ‘Venus in Fur’

Movie Review: Roman Polanski Dominates with ‘Venus in Fur’

At 80, Roman Polanski shows no signs of slowing down. His latest, Venus in Fur, finds him, like his 2011 effort Carnage, adapting a stage play for the screen. Whereas Carnage found Hollywood stars like John C. Reilly and Kate Winslet taking on roles, he…

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Movie Review: Hit Snooze on ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’

Movie Review: Hit Snooze on ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’

A sequel to a prequel — 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes — Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is exactly what’s expected of it. While the CGI apes may look better than they did three years ago, the story is still…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

Parties, per usual. As summer continues to roll on in its all too quick manner, savor the daylight until 9pm, and the dark hours thereafter. This weekend we have more quality house and techno, and a bit of London flare. For full listings, visit SF Station’s…

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OK Go Rolls Through the Bay in Support of New Album

OK Go Rolls Through the Bay in Support of New Album

OK Go continues to reinvent and challenge themselves with their fourth album Hungry Ghosts. They have come a long way since singles “Get Over It” and “Here It Goes Again” (accompanied by their viral treadmill video), dropping another ambitious and visually stimulating video for the…

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Burning Man to Expand to 10 Days This Year

Burning Man to Expand to 10 Days This Year

In 2014, Burning Man participants can arrive slightly earlier and hangout later after the Burn as part of a one-year test for the festival in the northern Nevada desert. The annual experiment in community, art, radical self-expression and radical self-reliance typically takes place the last…

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Photos: Swinging With Fillmore Jazz Festival

Photos: Swinging With Fillmore Jazz Festival

An annual Fourth of July tradition in San Francisco, the Fillmore Jazz Festival returned with two days of music, arts and a celebration of the neighborhoods jazz legacy.

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Cut Chemist Discusses Jurassic Five Reunion, New DJ Tricks

Cut Chemist Discusses Jurassic Five Reunion, New DJ Tricks

Six-member Los Angeles hip-hop collective Jurassic 5 has a string of summer shows as part of their “Word Of Mouth Reunion Tour,” stopping at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre on Friday July 11. Rooted in the 1990s alternative hip-hop movement centered around the open-mic scene in the…

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Interview: Van Pierszalowski Dives Deep Into Waters

Interview: Van Pierszalowski Dives Deep Into Waters

After enjoying success with his former band Port O’Brien, Van Pierszalowski has moved further away from his lo-fi folk rock sound and reconnected with grunge and pop rock influences with his band Waters. We caught up with Van to talk about his transition into Waters,…

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Behind the Lens With Sonny Smith of Sonny and the Sunsets

Behind the Lens With Sonny Smith of Sonny and the Sunsets

San Francisco band Sonny and the Sunsets has adopted a reputation for a laidback style and quirky songs that disintegrate the fine lines of art, mixing influences from films and the sounds of the 50s and 60s and memories from Ocean Beach. We caught up…

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Photos: San Francisco Pride

Photos: San Francisco Pride

We hit the streets of San Francisco to celebrate Pride during the parade, the Civic Center celebration and Dolores Park.

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Style: Pancake Stacker’s Summer Fashion Picks

Style: Pancake Stacker’s Summer Fashion Picks

Chandamheer Stacker combines tough-girl utility with princess-like elegance with her style blog Pancake Stacker.

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‘Gorgeous’ at Asian Art Museum Challenges the Conventions of Beauty

‘Gorgeous’ at Asian Art Museum Challenges the Conventions of Beauty

Gorgeous, an exhibition of 72 pieces taken from the collections of the Asian Art Museum and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, aims to examine the varying standards of beauty that lead to us calling something gorgeous. The new exhibition encourages attendees to evaluate what…

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