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‘Grease’ Sing-A-Long at the Castro Theatre

‘Grease’ Sing-A-Long at the Castro Theatre

Attention all Pink Ladies, T-Birds, Greasers, and Beauty School Dropouts! This weekend the historic Castro Theatre will be screening Grease, the 70s musical about teens in the 50s that taught us to leather up if you don’t want to be left out. But this is no ordinary…

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Project Open Hand Founder Passes Away

Project Open Hand Founder Passes Away

A sad day for the Bay Area as the founder of one of the most well-known charitable organizations has passed away. Ruth Brinker, who founded Project Open Hand, passed away on Monday at the Eden Valley Assisted Living Center in San Francisco. She was 89…

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Richmond Round-up

Richmond Round-up

Events are the name of the game this week in The Richmond. While Golden Gate Park and its environs will be overrun with The Outside Lands (note: Richmond residents who live parkside and park their cars on the street, do not move your car after…

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Local Bands at Outside Lands

Local Bands at Outside Lands

Outside Lands, the veritable who’s who of popular music today all crammed within 3 festival days, has gone local. Read on to see which Bay Area bands you can catch on the big stage (or big screen to the side of the stage), and when….

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Pre-season Football Says Hello to Friday Night

Pre-season Football Says Hello to Friday Night

The NFL’s first pre-season power ranking list is out and the San Francisco 49ers rank 26th. That’s 26th out of 32 teams. Yeah, the stats aren’t looking too good,  but the pre-season games beginning this weekend give you an excuse to toast to the home…

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Japantown Street Fair

Japantown Street Fair

As if there wasn’t already enough going on this weekend, Japantown is hosting its 38th annual Nihonmachi Street Fair…and it’s guaranteed to be awesome. One of the premier cultural events in a city known for its dazzling wealth of culture, Nihonmachi is an exciting, family-friendly…

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DJ Q&A : Teki Latex of Sound Pellegrino

DJ Q&A : Teki Latex of Sound Pellegrino

Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team, consisting of producers Teki Latex and Orgasmic are veterans on the European music scene but recently combined forces to put forth sounds that chronicle the evolution of their own musical palates. Although both members used to be a part of the…

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2011 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass lineup announced

2011 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass lineup announced

The initial lineup for this year’s Hardly Strictly Bluegrass was announced this morning on the festival’s official website. This year the 3-day event runs from Friday, September 30 through Sunday, October 2 in Golden Gate Park, completely free of charge. It’s your chance to check…

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How Much Will Dolores Park Change?

How Much Will Dolores Park Change?

The Mission’s beloved Dolores Park is up for some major changes. And not everyone is happy about the overhaul. Dolores Park Poised for Big Changes Kevin Montgomery, Uptown Almanac I walked out of that meeting feeling down – a distinct sense that the Dolores Park…

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New Album: Justice

New Album: Justice

Audio, Video, Disco, the long awaited sophomore release from French duo Justice, drops on October 25 featuring innovative electronic stylings that differ from 2007′s Grammy-nominated †.   Producing all the instrumentation on their own, Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Auge worked long hours in their…

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San Francisco’s Worst Kept Secret: Ed Lee Will Run For Mayor

San Francisco’s Worst Kept Secret: Ed Lee Will Run For Mayor

Following what seemed like an endless month of questions asking if he would go back on his word and enter the San Francisco mayoral race, Ed Lee filed the necessary paperwork on Monday to enter the crowded field of candidates. When he was named interim…

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Brunch Tour: Brunch Drunk Love at Bruno’s

Brunch Tour: Brunch Drunk Love at Bruno’s

Chef Ryan Scott is everywhere these days, juggling several different businesses. He’s got a wildly popular food truck (3-Sum Eats), a catering business (Ryan Scott 2 Go) and starting last month, he began brunch service at Bruno’s in the Mission District, where he uses the…

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