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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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Cheap n’ Trendy Back-to-School Gear

Cheap n’ Trendy Back-to-School Gear

Back-to-school season is in full swing with SF public schools back in the classroom today and Bay area colleges starting within the next week. It’s time for catchy Target commercials and cheap, trendy new threads.  The Bay area has a variety of alternative places to…

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Daniel Patterson Makes Summer Soup

Daniel Patterson Makes Summer Soup

Have you ever wondered what a well-renowned chef cooks while he or she is at home?  A recent “My Go-To” video from Chow takes us into a day in the life of Daniel Patterson, chef/owner of Coi in San Francisco. Patterson recently changed the days…

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Preview: Holcombe Waller @ Bottom of the Hill

Preview: Holcombe Waller @ Bottom of the Hill

Portland singer/songwriter Holcombe Waller stops by Bottom of the Hill this Tuesday for the tail-end of his West Coast tour with Mia Doi Todd. Last time I saw Waller was an unforgettable (and still indescribable) 90-minute set at the Swedish American Hall back in February….

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Outside Lands: Day 2 Roundup

Outside Lands: Day 2 Roundup

The day 2 Outside Lands schedule was rock-heavy and full of energizing live sets from several major bands. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis started off the big stage with a bang – the rapper-dj duo and their backup trumpet player, violinist, and vocalist had the entire…

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Outside Lands Field Report: Day 1

Outside Lands Field Report: Day 1

Friday marked the first of three action-packed days in Golden Gate Park for the annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival. Yum Blog was on location scouting out the best of the fest so that you know what to hit up and what to avoid…

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Outside Lands: Day 1 Roundup

Outside Lands: Day 1 Roundup

The 3-day event was a blast to explore on it’s first day. As if the killer lineup wasn’t enough, the foodcarts, vendors, Winelands, and a beautiful setting round out the true festival experience. K.Flay opened the Twin Peaks stage with a great live performance including…

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Pelican at The Mezzanine Tuesday, August 16th

Pelican at The Mezzanine Tuesday, August 16th

Three cheers for “Los Angeles-based purveyor of all things heavy,” The Power of the Riff, for completely blowing Tuesday, August 16th out of the water. Pelican play at The Mezzanine along with heavy metal heroes Pentagram, Alpinist, Masakari, Early Graves, Baptists and Aeges. Pelican have…

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