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Giveaway: Stone Temple Pilots & Cheap Trick

Giveaway: Stone Temple Pilots & Cheap Trick

Generations collide this weekend at Fort Mason’s Great Meadow at the debut 107.7 Bonehead BBQ featuring 90s rockers Stone Temple Pilots, 70s hair band Cheap Trick, and local outfit The Hooks. Find out how to win tickets after the jump. In addition to the lineup…

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Man Arrested For Stealing Outside Lands Wristbands

Man Arrested For Stealing Outside Lands Wristbands

A Los Angeles man was arrested at this past weekend’s Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival as police claim he stole nearly $4,000 worth of wristbands from the event’s box office. The San Francisco Examiner reports that according to police and witnesses, 29-year-old Shawheen Younai…

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Street Scene: Dogs of the Marina

Street Scene: Dogs of the Marina

The dog days of summer in San Francisco are here—lots of fog in the morning, followed by a few splendid moments of sunshine—so we decided to check in with our four-legged friends down in the Marnia. Our Street photographer Julia Sperling found plenty of action…

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Preview: Craft Spells at Rickshaw Stop

Preview: Craft Spells at Rickshaw Stop

Craft Spells, the pseudonym of Justin Vallesteros of Stockton, started off initially as a solo bedroom project, so it should come as no surprise that a morose sense of isolation underlies the synth-laden dream-Balearic pop soundscapes he creates. He returns to San Francisco for a…

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SF Sketchfest Summer Nights 2011

SF Sketchfest Summer Nights 2011

From August 17 through August 27 SF Sketchfest presents its Summer Nights program across San Francisco, doing what it does best—making people laugh. Highlights for this year’s SF Sketchfest Summer Nights include: Reggie Watts: An Evening of Comedy and Music (August 17 @ The Independent):…

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Q&A: Water Borders

Q&A: Water Borders

Local duo Water Borders, comprised of Amitai Heller and Loric Sih, have been busy this summer as part of the Tri Angle Records showcase tour and anticipate the release of their debut full length this October on the same label. Although 80s industrial noise and…

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Glen Park Farmers’ Market Extends Season

Glen Park Farmers’ Market Extends Season

One of San Francisco’s newest farmers market has extended its season through November. The market, which debuted at the Glen Park BART parking lot on May 15, was scheduled to end its season in October. But because of its popularity, the market will stay open…

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BART Website Hacked By Online Group Anonymous

BART Website Hacked By Online Group Anonymous

It has been a rough past seven days for Bay Area Rapid Transit officials. First, the entire system was shutdown for over two hours last Monday because of a problem with an electrical problem. Then, the system was heavily criticized for shutting down cell phone…

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Q&A: Sea of Bees

Q&A: Sea of Bees

Started by Jules Bee in 2009, Sea of Bees has exploded onto the international scene. The Sacramento-based musician took a moment from her busy touring schedule to talk to about the process of recording her new Gnomes EP, churches obsessed with U2,  and more. “Gnomes”…

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Cup Opens in Glen Park

Cup Opens in Glen Park

Unless you are a San Francisco native or have a work shuttle that drops you off at the BART station, chances are you haven’t ventured out to the Glen Park neighborhood lately. Or ever. But now you have a reason: a new coffee shop simply…

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Outside Lands Art

Outside Lands Art

If you didn’t make it to the epic, three-day festival/giant music party in Golden Gate Park this year, you missed more than just a bunch of really awesome bands. This year Juxtapoz Magazine was the official art curator of the event and gathered a handful…

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Outside Lands: Day 3 Roundup

Outside Lands: Day 3 Roundup

Outside Lands went out like a lion with Arcade Fire becoming the most memorable experience of the entire 3-day festival. Sunday funday was spent exploring indie bands and DJs as well as your favorite rock acts on the main stage. Tune-Yards got the dancing started…

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