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Live Review: Odd Future at The Warfield

Live Review: Odd Future at The Warfield

It’s only been two short months since the last time Odd Future was in town to bring their riotous show to a local San Francisco concert hall. Since then, the group has enjoyed performing at more than a few domestic and international music festivals including…

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Galleries: Giant Cakes, Sandcastles & More

Galleries: Giant Cakes, Sandcastles & More

From City Hall to Ocean Beach, this week’s gallery openings go well beyond First Thursdays at 49 Geary. This Thursday, head to City Hall for the opening of You Look Familiar, a photography show set up in conjunction with PhotoAlliance. The collection of work features 19…

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Thunderdome: The Monthly Improv Cage-Match

Thunderdome: The Monthly Improv Cage-Match

If you’re the artsy type that enjoys a night out at the theater, perhaps you should consider going to see something a little less rehearsed and a little more…caged. Thunderdome is a monthly improv cage match held on the first Wednesday of every month in…

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Theater: Nymphs, Lines & Georgia O’Keeffe

Theater: Nymphs, Lines & Georgia O’Keeffe

This week the stage is set for two new plays and a free, outdoor performance by students from the Alonzo King LINES Ballet school.  This Wednesday, take your lunch to-go and head over to Union Square for a special outdoor performance by top students from…

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Live Review: Blurring the Lines Showcase at Neumos

Live Review: Blurring the Lines Showcase at Neumos

Friday night, Resident Advisor presented Blurring the Lines, a showcase devoted to merging techno and dubstep, at Neumos. With the recent trend in DJs/producers experimenting in these gray areas of electronic dance music, it was a great way to bring together artists from different backgrounds…

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Filipino Dining Guide: Celebrate Fil-Am Heritage Month with Food

Filipino Dining Guide: Celebrate Fil-Am Heritage Month with Food

October is here and that means it is Filipino-American Heritage Month. Filipinos love to celebrate through song, dance, and most of all food. Never had Filipino food before? Here is a list of Filipino restaurants of all types from SF down to the Peninsula that…

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The Flaming Lips Set to Release 24-Hour-Long Song

The Flaming Lips Set to Release 24-Hour-Long Song

The band which never ceases to amaze, continues to do so anyway. Last week The Flaming Lips released a six hour song titled “I Found This Star on the Ground.” Not to be outdone by anyone else but themselves, the group is now set to…

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Cheers for Pumpkin Beer

Cheers for Pumpkin Beer

This harvest season fill up your glass with liquid gold– some pumpkin beer. It’s truly the only definition of seasonal beverages, enjoying natural spices like ground ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and perhaps even some real sugar pie pumpkins. Local breweries are offering their own take on…

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Next Week: Greek Festival in Castro Valley

Next Week: Greek Festival in Castro Valley

The 40th Annual Greek Festival in Castro Valley is scheduled for October 7-9, to benefit the Resurrection Greek Orthodox Church. The Bay Area is fortunate to have many local Greek Church Festivals – San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Concord, Belmont, and Vallejo. Oakland’s festival is…

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Childhood Obesity the Focus of SF Conference

Childhood Obesity the Focus of SF Conference

Experts in the medical, nutritional and educational fields gathered in San Francisco this past weekend, participating in the first annual Childhood Obesity Bay Area Conference. Organized by Slow Food San Francisco, the purpose of the event was to create a more complete understanding of the…

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Castro Street Fair

Castro Street Fair

“The Happiest Place in San Francisco” this Sunday is the Castro Street Fair. Festival season is winding down for the year, so slip on your dancing shoes and don your rainbow best to celebrate the Castro community and the end of summer. The annual celebration, founded…

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New German Sports Bar Enters The Richmond

New German Sports Bar Enters The Richmond

Just in time for Oktoberfest, a new German sports bar named Steins opened this week on Clement street, replacing an unpopular Burmese restaurant. After popular pub Schnitzelhaus (1996-2009) in SOMA closed, not many expected a resurgence of German pubs in the city. Earlier this year…

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