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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

Everyone’s back in town and ready to dance the weekend away with a mix of funk, hip hop, Latin vibes, drum and bass, electro and more! Thursday, September 8 Hella Flow @ Showdown The debut of DJ duo Hella Flow aka DJ Lil’ Elle and…

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Album Stream: Girls 'Father, Son, Holy Ghost'

Album Stream: Girls 'Father, Son, Holy Ghost'

The highly anticipated second full-length album Father, Son, Holy Ghost from San Francisco’s very own Girls is available to stream in its entirety. The album drops September 13th on True Panther Sounds. Father, Son, Holy Ghost is a 53:29 journey of sound and emotion, the…

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Ben & Jerry’s Presents: Schweddy Balls

Ben & Jerry’s Presents: Schweddy Balls

By title alone, I’d say it’s an ice cream you can’t bring home to mama. But if you look again, you’ll see that Ben & Jerry’s latest ice cream creation is a tribute to a classic Saturday Night Live skit starring Molly Shannon, Ana Gasteyer…

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Preview: Virgo Four

Preview: Virgo Four

Virgo Four, comprised of Eric Lewis and Merwyn Sanders, got caught up in the bloom of Chicago house in the late ‘80s. As childhood friends turned music collaborators, they started producing tracks in high school. Originally calling themselves M.E., Sanders and Lewis approached Larry Sherman,…

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‘Dr. Strangelove’ in Washington Square Park

‘Dr. Strangelove’ in Washington Square Park

Saturday night’s alright for fighting the Soviet Union in a screening of Dr. Strangelove. Film Night in the Park will be showing Kubrick’s black (and white) comedy about nuclear warfare in Washington Square Park. If you haven’t had a chance to enjoy a Film Night…

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Sandwiches in the Soma at Sage 1601

Sandwiches in the Soma at Sage 1601

Deep in the SOMA might be a good place to headquarter your internet startup, or to get a car repaired, but it’s usually not the best place to get a tasty meal. Sage 1601 (1601 Howard) on 12th and Howard is changing all that. With…

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Just Spare the Air

Just Spare the Air

When sweat drips with ice cream cones it’s time to Spare the Air. When you’re hot, and the air quality is not, it’s time to Spare the Air. On warm days in the city, air pollution becomes a problem. Fear not city dwellers! Today, San…

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Sweet Tooths Rejoice

Sweet Tooths Rejoice

Ghirardelli Square will be filled with plenty of sweets, plus lots of other entertaining options this weekend as it hosts the 16th Annual Ghirardelli Square Chocolate Festival on Saturday and Sunday. This year’s event will once again benefit Project Open Hand, who celebrated their 25th…

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Album Review: 'Garden of Arms' by Peter Wolf Crier

Album Review: 'Garden of Arms' by Peter Wolf Crier

Minneapolis duo Peter Wolf Crier released their sophomore album Garden of Arms this week on Jagjaguwar entitled Garden of Arms. After being completely enamored with their stripped down debut, Inter-Be, I wondered where they could possibly go from there—turns out, everywhere. I saw Peter Wolf…

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Richmond Round-Up

Richmond Round-Up

  Free art workshops for kids, Opera in the Park to celebrate 9/11 and an adult scavenger hunt…just some of the happenings this week in the Richmond District Here’s a closer look courtesy of the Richmond SF blog. Registration opens for local art program… Every…

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September Lectures and Symposia at SFAI

September Lectures and Symposia at SFAI

Throughout the rest of the year, the San Francisco Art Institute will be hosting a series of free lectures from visiting artists, global scholars and graduates from one of the nation’s oldest schools devoted to teaching contemporary art. For the month of September, SFAI will…

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Senate Approves Shark Fin Ban

Senate Approves Shark Fin Ban

Following a lengthy and passionate debate on the California Senate floor, a bill that would ban the sale, possession and distribution of shark fins has been approved. The measure now is off to Governor Jerry Brown, one of several bills that was passed on Tuesday…

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