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Gig Alert: Feist at The Warfield

Gig Alert: Feist at The Warfield

Attention Feist Fans! Our favorite indie-rock gal is making a pit stop at The Warfield on November 14th, as part of her 20-date world tour and pre-sale tickets are available today. If you have a pre-sale password, you can snag tickets now HERE. Otherwise, you’ll…

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Win Tickets to J*DaVeY

Win Tickets to J*DaVeY

With the onslaught of music festivals and concerts coming up, we’re giving you a little cushion by offering a chance to win free tickets to check out hip-hop/jazz duo J*DaVeY tomorrow night at The New Parish. J*DaVeY will perform with Kayrn Paige & The Scoundrels…

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Tonight: All the Apparatus @ Rockit Room

Tonight: All the Apparatus @ Rockit Room

Fans of Gogol Bordello and Beirut, please step forward: Portland, OR’s self-proclaimed 11-piece “Avant-garde dirty gypsy klezmer jazz indie anti-folk rock”-ers All The Apparatus take the stage tonight at the Rockit Room. The band’s sophomore, self-titled effort dropped this year on Faultvo Records — it’s…

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Movie Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes

Movie Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes

A reboot, remake, and prequel all rolled up one, Rise of the Planet of the Apes arrives this weekend just in time to counteract end-of-summer malaise in and out of movie theaters. Directed by Rupert Wyatt (The Escapist) with visual effects, including the title characters…

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Beer Review: Dust Bowl Brewing Hops of Wrath IPA

Beer Review: Dust Bowl Brewing Hops of Wrath IPA

Get ready to fill your pint glass with one of American craft brewers’ favorites, because today is National IPA Day! Think of it as an echo of last month’s Independence Day and support your local breweries. For this occasion I picked up a bottle of…

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SF Supes Approve Cheaper Live Entertainment Permit

SF Supes Approve Cheaper Live Entertainment Permit

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has given unanimous initial approval to legislation that would create a new, less expensive permit to allow cafes and restaurants to host live music. The permits would be available to businesses whose primary function is not the presentation of…

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

The weekend before San Francisco explodes with music during Outside Lands, we gear up in style with a mix of talented DJs around the city. From worldwide dancefloor smasher Diplo to the Foundations’ hip hop infused Summer Sound Session to moombahton vibes on Sunday night,…

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Are Hot Dogs as Dangerous as Cigarettes?

Are Hot Dogs as Dangerous as Cigarettes?

A new campaign is warning people about the dangers of consuming hot dogs by comparing it to cigarette use. A huge billboard sponsored by the Cancer Project of the nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine was placed near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, warning NASCAR Sprint…

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La Ciccia Gets Worldwide Recognition

La Ciccia Gets Worldwide Recognition

La Ciccia has long been considered a neighborhood gem in San Francisco in the outer portion of Noe Valley. But now, it has received high praise as being one of the top Italian restaurants worldwide. From the authentic Sardinian cuisine to the husband and wife…

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Event: Belinda Leong at flour + water

Event: Belinda Leong at flour + water

Nothing says Sunday breakfast like fluffy pastries, and this Sunday is your chance to try out a fancy new batch of goodness from celebrity pastry chef Belinda Leong. The San Francisco native will be holding a sort of “pastry pop up shop” from 9am until…

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Q&A: K.Flay

Q&A: K.Flay

Not only does local wordsmith and producer K.Flay have chops in the studio and on stage, she’s flossing duel degrees in sociology and psychology from Stanford. After grinding on the small clubs circuit she’s finally getting a some breaks with summer festivals. She recently had…

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Hot Video : "Slowdance" by Matthew Dear

Hot Video : "Slowdance" by Matthew Dear

Almost a year after the release of his new album, Matthew Dear has finally released a video for the single “Slowdance.” A haunting piece directed by Charles Bergquist, this video transforms Dear’s minimalstic melodies into images resonating with romanticism. Shot in black and white, the…

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