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Film Premiere: Mary Lou

Film Premiere: Mary Lou

September 17 through September 21 San Francisco’s Castro Theater will be showing the US premier of acclaimed Israeli director Eytan Fox’s new film Mary Lou. Based on the songs of Israeli pop legend Svika Pick, the film follows Meir as he searches for his Mother…

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Cleanup the Coast

Cleanup the Coast

This weekend, join the ranks for California’s largest annual volunteer event. Coastal Cleanup day always happens on the third Saturday of September. Everyone from families and friends, to student groups and neighbors, pick up debris along beaches, lakes, and waterways. The event is celebrating its…

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Homegrown: Kelly McFarling

Homegrown: Kelly McFarling

One night every week bars around the world host open mics. These are events in which songwriters–first-timers and veterans–come together, draw names out of a hat (determining the order of performers) and play a tune or two for each other. “Reach” by Kelly McFarling It’s…

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Jump for Joy at AirFest

Jump for Joy at AirFest

House of Air, the indoor trampoline park, is celebrating their 1st birthday with AirFest, a free outdoor party on Saturday. The excitement goes down at Crissy Field, outside the House of Air facilities. Listen to live music in the park while you watch live aerial…

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Preview: Bon Iver at The Greek Theatre

Preview: Bon Iver at The Greek Theatre

The Greek Theatre is a wonderful, hidden and oftentimes forgotten place to see larger scale bands in a more intimate and outdoor setting. Bon Iver will be playing there in support of his latest self-titled release on September 22nd. I couldn’t imagine a better place…

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Scala’s Bistro Celebrates 16 Years on the 16th

Scala’s Bistro Celebrates 16 Years on the 16th

Scala’s Bistro is celebrating its 16th anniversary on Friday with a special dinner for all guests featuring chefs of the past and present. Current chefs Jen Biesty and Tim Nugent will be joined by alums Donna Scala and Staffan Terje, creating a four course pre-fixe…

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Free Saturday Arts Events

Free Saturday Arts Events

Tomorrow you can keep your wallet in your pocket without being stuck in the house. Check out two free, fun and artsy events going on Saturday on both sides of the bridge. Head over to the Mission – Treat Street & 18th Street – for…

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Ke$ha

Ke$ha

TiK ToK Timepieces Pop star Ke$ha stopped by the Westin before her “Get $leazy” tour stop in Oakland to promote the launch of two watches she designed for Baby-G. The two watches are the first in a series designed by the party-pop songstress and this…

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Beer Review: Uncommon Brewers Baltic Porter

Beer Review: Uncommon Brewers Baltic Porter

Yesterday I headed out to Beer Revolution for a Meet the Brewers night with brewers from Santa Cruz. One of the brewers present was Uncommon, who, similar to 21st Amendment, have long been known as one of the newer breweries that cans instead of bottles….

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Mission District News

Mission District News

Undocumented students are waiting for the DREAM Act to be signed, San Francisco officials tell Mission drivers to slow down, a landlord’s plans for property on 15th Street are coming under plenty of scrutiny and the fight continues over proposed wireless antennas. Those are just…

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Kreayshawn Hits the Big Stage

Kreayshawn Hits the Big Stage

After a short tour of small clubs in major U.S. markets, a gig hosting the red carpet at MTV’s Video Music Awards and a nude-photo scandal, Oakland viral-rap phenom Kreayshawn is upping her swag with some high-profile shows. She makes her festival debut in Philadelphia…

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San Francisco International Dragon Boat Festival

San Francisco International Dragon Boat Festival

This weekend head to Treasure Island to watch as over 120 of dragon boat racing teams compete at the San Francisco International Dragon Boat Festival. But that’s not all, this festival also includes fun cultural activities, live music and dance, international food, arts & crafts,…

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