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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

After the Halloween and Giants festivities of last week, the dance music scene is keeping the momentum going with nu-disco producer Tom Trago and two massive shows at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.

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SF Producer Giraffage Prepares for Fool’s Gold Debut

SF Producer Giraffage Prepares for Fool’s Gold Debut

San Francisco-based dance music producer Giraffage, a.k.a. Charlie Yin, is deeply rooted in the Bay Area. He was raised in San Jose, graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in political economy and now lives near Lake Merced in San Francisco. This past June, the…

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San Francisco and State Election Results

San Francisco and State Election Results

Preliminary results are in for the November 4 elections, including San Francisco’s soda tax and an increase to the city’s minimum wage. The soda tax (Prop G) received a majority vote of 55 percent, but not the two-thirds majority vote needed to pass. Minimum wage…

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Review: The Black Keys Turn Oracle Arena Blue with Hit-Filled Set

Review: The Black Keys Turn Oracle Arena Blue with Hit-Filled Set

The Black Keys brought a spectacular lighting show and hit-filled set to Oakland’s Oracle Arena in support of their latest release, Turn Blue.

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Photos: Party Shots from Hard Day of the Dead

Photos: Party Shots from Hard Day of the Dead

One of the biggest Halloween weekend parties on the West Coast was in LA this year with Hard Day of the Dead, headlined by Dadmau5, Odesza, Knife Party, Diplo and Gaslamp Killer.

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Photos: Dia de los Muertos in the Mission District

Photos: Dia de los Muertos in the Mission District

Darkness fell early for Dia de los Muertos as thousands of people hit the streets of the Mission District for a procession to honor the dead.

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Review: Weezer Rocks Slim’s with Intimate Performance

Review: Weezer Rocks Slim’s with Intimate Performance

Weezer made a rare appearance at Slim’s last night for a for an intimate show that highlighted the band’s latest album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, as well as rarely performed gems from the band. With a 400-person capacity, Slim’s isn’t a typical…

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Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons to Headline Live 105′s Not So Silent Night

Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons to Headline Live 105′s Not So Silent Night

Organizers for one of the the Bay Area’s biggest winter concerts, Not So Silent Night, announced the artist lineup for the two-day holiday tradition, including Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons, Alt-J and Interpol. Not So Silent Night, hosted by alternative radio station Live 105, returns to…

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Photos: Ghost Ship Halloween Anchors at Pier 70

Photos: Ghost Ship Halloween Anchors at Pier 70

The buzz surrounding Halloween seemed to dim slightly after nearly a million people showed in San Francisco to celebrate the Giants World Series parade, but that didn’t stop a couple thousand party people from joining the festivities at Ghost Ship on Pier 70.

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Photos: A Little Rain and Big Smiles at the Giants World Series Parade

Photos: A Little Rain and Big Smiles at the Giants World Series Parade

A little rain couldn’t damper San Francisco’s spirits as hundreds of thousands of Giants fans filled downtown and Civic Center for the 2014 World Series Parade.

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Movie Review: ‘Nightcrawler’ Thrills and Chills

Movie Review: ‘Nightcrawler’ Thrills and Chills

Nightcrawler is one of those films that isn’t really revolutionary in many ways, but it’s so thoroughly solid that it locks you in. The story of a strange, small time thief, brilliantly played by a gaunt Jake Gyllenhaal, harkens back to critical anti-heroes in cinema,…

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Throwback: Photos from the 2012 Giants World Series Parade

Throwback: Photos from the 2012 Giants World Series Parade

With the third San Francisco Giants World Series parade in five years planned for tomorrow, now seems like the perfect time to revisit the 2012 celebration.

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