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Galleries: Doe-eyed Creatures, Aussie Street Art & More

Galleries: Doe-eyed Creatures, Aussie Street Art & More

This week, from giant bulb installations to Australian Street Art, September shows are popping up in galleries across the city. Here are our picks.

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Theater: Killing My Lobster, Project Boundless & Opera in the Park

Theater: Killing My Lobster, Project Boundless & Opera in the Park

This week, the stage is set for a unique sketch comedy trivia night, the 20th Anniversary preview of Project Boundless and the return of our Indian summer favorite, Opera in the Park. 

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The 15th Annual Mission Creek Music Festival is Coming!

The 15th Annual Mission Creek Music Festival is Coming!

The 15th Annual Mission Creek Music and Arts Festival is happening throughout the month of September on both sides of the Bay. Here is a little history and some highlights to help with all that pesky decision-making.

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Zine Fest

Zine Fest

Celebrate the small-press movement this weekend at Zine Fest, a showcase of zines, comics, art books, and more. Over 150 writers, cartoonists, crafters, illustrators, printmakers, and all manner of artists will be there selling, trading and sharing their work.

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Green Day’s Lead Singer Kicked Off Oakland Plane

Green Day’s Lead Singer Kicked Off Oakland Plane

Green Day lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong tweeted that he was kicked off a Southwest Airlines plane at Oakland International Airport Thursday night for allegedly wearing his pants too low.

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Ryan Scott’s Food Empire Grows

Ryan Scott’s Food Empire Grows

As if Top Chef alum Ryan Scott doesn’t have enough on his busy plate, he announced recently on KGO Radio that he is adding a new truck to his stable of businesses.

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SF Shelters Running Short on Space

SF Shelters Running Short on Space

San Francisco Animal and Care Control officials are asking anyone who is considering giving up their dogs to hold off as they have run out of kennel space at their shelter.

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SF Zine Fest Arrives This Weekend

SF Zine Fest Arrives This Weekend

SF Zine Fest kicks off this weekend with two full days of small-press publishers from across the United States bringing their best zines, comics, art books and more to the San Francisco County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park.

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Former Giants Employee Accused of Embezzlement

Former Giants Employee Accused of Embezzlement

As if the San Francisco Giants second half struggles weren’t enough, a former team payroll manager is now due in court at the end of the month to face accusations that she embezzled more than $1.5 million from the team.

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Album Review: Alias 'Fever Dream'

Album Review: Alias 'Fever Dream'

Anticon labelhead, Brendon Whitney, aka Alias, has stirred up attention with his fifth full length, Fever Dream. Whereas his last LP, Resurgam, featured more guest vocalists with melodies taking the spotlight

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Tacolicious Two Heads to the Mission

Tacolicious Two Heads to the Mission

In just a few short months, Tacolicious (2031 Chestnut Street), the Marina’s Mexican hotspot, will open the doors to its newest location on 741 Valencia Street in the Mission.

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Preview: Drop Apollo EP Release Party

Preview: Drop Apollo EP Release Party

Local quintet Drop Apollo are about to drop the New King EP — catch them this Saturday for the release party at Red Devil Lounge.

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