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Hot Video : "Balance" – Future Islands

Hot Video : "Balance" – Future Islands

It’s early in the week, and we can all use a pick me up. Baltimore-based synth-pop band Future Islands just released the second single “Balance” off their upcoming album On the Water. Serving as a reminder of what an endless summer should really be like,…

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Galleries: Sanguine Machine & It Finds You

Galleries: Sanguine Machine & It Finds You

This Saturday evening, two low-brow strongholds – White Walls and Gallery Hijinks — launch their September shows. White Walls presents Jessica Hess: It Finds You, a selection of new hyper-realistic paintings of graffiti street art.f The reception for Hess’ first solo show with the gallery will take…

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Homegrown: Birds & Batteries

Homegrown: Birds & Batteries

It’s inevitable, great bands go unheard amidst the digital noise. Technology has done nothing but exacerbate this. This weekly blog, featuring some of our favorite local artists, is an attempt to combat that digital noise. It will not be tied to upcoming releases or show…

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Benefit to be Held for Fire Victims

Benefit to be Held for Fire Victims

A group of local musicians are coming together on Tuesday night for a benefit concert to help victims of a fire on July 20 that severely damaged a house on Waller Street. As reported by Haighteration, three local musicians, Pam Brandon, Tom Drohan and Gayle…

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Another Monday, Another BART Protest

Another Monday, Another BART Protest

Welcome to the weekly Bay Area Rapid Transit protest column. Another protest is scheduled for Monday night at 5 p.m. at the Civic Center station in San Francisco. But there is one difference this week. Some of the organizers from the activist group Anonymous are…

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Preview: Bass Drum of Death at Hemlock

Preview: Bass Drum of Death at Hemlock

Bass Drum of Death make music that’s far less ominous than their diabolic-sounding moniker suggests. Most tracks off their first full length “GB City” mine musical territory that will be familiar to the contemporary indie rock listener and fans of such acts as Ty Segall,…

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Chef David Lawrence Tells His Story to Studio Gourmet

Chef David Lawrence Tells His Story to Studio Gourmet

Have you ever gone into a restaurant and wondered why a chef created a certain dish?  Or wanted to hear what his inspirations were when he or she first started out? That’s the premise behind Studio Gourmet. Studio Gourmet is part talk show, part cooking…

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SFMOMA Celebrates Latin Heritage Month

SFMOMA Celebrates Latin Heritage Month

The beginning of September marks the start of Latin Heritage Month and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is set to assist you in discovering and appreciating Latin American art. Selected Histories: 20th Century Art from the SFMOMA Collection will showcase a variety of…

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A Look Behind Local: Mission Eatery

A Look Behind Local: Mission Eatery

September marks the 8th annual Architecture and the City Festival in San Francisco, a monthlong series of events featuring exhibitions, tour and lectures, all showcasing the wonderful history and budding future of architecture in San Francisco. Part of this year’s festivities: a look at four…

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Dam Funk’s Top 5 Summer Jams

Dam Funk’s Top 5 Summer Jams

L.A.-based funk selector Dam Funk, a specialist in early-80s subgenres like boogie and electro-funk, is back in the Bay Area this Wednesday for a show The New Parish in Oakland. To toast the occasion—his last performance here before summer ends—Dam shared his Top 5 summer…

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The Dough Room at flour + water: Private Dining for the Rest of Us

The Dough Room at flour + water: Private Dining for the Rest of Us

Private dining experiences are something I usually think of as reserved for uppity connoisseurs of imported meats, vintage wines and rare truffles sniffed out by pigs in the Perigord region of France. But now flour + water makes it possible for the everyday foodies of…

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Hot Track: Wavves, "I Wanna Meet Dave Grohl"

Hot Track: Wavves, "I Wanna Meet Dave Grohl"

The specter of early Green Day shows up in “I Wanna Meet Dave Grohl,” a new Wavves track from the Life Sux EP, due out September 20 on Nathan Williams’ Ghost Camp label. This is a cool tune that mixes Dookie-era pop-punk snarl/lyrics about apathy/uncertainty…

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