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Dates for Major Music Festivals in 2015

Dates for Major Music Festivals in 2015

With the page officially turned to 2015, the buzz begins to build surrounding the year’s biggest music festivals. Festivals have been separated by those located in California and other big events that take place beyond the Golden State. Lineup announcements have been sparse thus far,…

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Happy Fangs Get Heavy with New Album ‘Capricorn’

Happy Fangs Get Heavy with New Album ‘Capricorn’

After emerging in San Francisco as a duo with a punky high-energy EP in 2013, Happy Fangs is ready to unleash a heavier sound with their debut full length this month featuring a third amigo, Jess Gowrie on drums, joining vocalist Rebecca Bortman and guitarist Michael Cobra.

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Photos: Pretty Lights and Party People at Sea of Dream

Photos: Pretty Lights and Party People at Sea of Dream

Sea of Dreams offered one of the biggest parties over the New Year’s holiday, filling Bill Graham Civic Center for two nights with Pretty Lights, the Glitch Mob, Break Science and more.

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Best of 2014: City Event Photos in San Francisco

Best of 2014: City Event Photos in San Francisco

Free city events and community gatherings in San Francisco offer friends and neighbors the opportunity to get out and celebrate life in our little seven-square mile paradise—even if the rent is too damn high. From Bay to Breakers and Folsom Street Fair to Nightlife at…

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Best of 2014: The Year’s Best SF Club Photos

Best of 2014: The Year’s Best SF Club Photos

The clubs scene in San Francisco showed no signs of slowing in 2014 with DJs keeping the party moving everywhere everywhere from small-scale functions to large scale day parties.

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Best of 2014: The Year in Music Photos

Best of 2014: The Year in Music Photos

The dance party continued in 2014 with DJs and producers drawing the biggest crowds at every major Bay Area venue and music festivals, including Outside Lands, Coachella and Electric Daisy Carnival.

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Photos: Georgia Anne Muldrow at the New Parish

Photos: Georgia Anne Muldrow at the New Parish

Headliner Bahamadia didn’t make it to the Oakland stop of the Someothaship Connection Tour at the New Parish, but the party continued with Georgia Anne Muldrow, Dudley Perkins and Kankick.

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The 10 Most Ridiculous Christmas Songs of All Time

The 10 Most Ridiculous Christmas Songs of All Time

There are some truly entertaining and ridiculous Christmas songs populating the interweb to help break the monotony of renditions of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Jingle Bells” and “Silent Night” spewing from nearly every speaker this time of year. If you are looking to shake up…

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Photos: Dillon Francis Takeover at Fox Theater With ‘Friends Rule’ Tour

Photos: Dillon Francis Takeover at Fox Theater With ‘Friends Rule’ Tour

Dillon Francis is living the meme dream, attempting to break the Internet on the daily with outrageous social media posts and filling venues across the U.S. with his #FriendsRuleTour.

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Photos: Party Pics From the Dirtybird Players Quarterly Party

Photos: Party Pics From the Dirtybird Players Quarterly Party

Local dance music outfit Dirtybird Records closed out the year with the label’s final quarterly party at Mezzanine with Justin Martin, J Phlip, Christian Martin and more.

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First Bite: Chris Cosentino’s Cockscomb opens in SoMA

First Bite: Chris Cosentino’s Cockscomb opens in SoMA

Chris Cosentino’s new SoMa eatery, Cockscomb, is now officially alive and kicking. The name is hard to pronounce, the entrance is hidden, the location is hot – this is the baseline for Cosentino’s much anticipated restaurant. Almost simultaneously, Cosentino’s previous venture, Porcellino (a reincarnation of…

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Bay Bridge Lights Exhibit Might Be Permanent

Bay Bridge Lights Exhibit Might Be Permanent

The not-for-profit foundation supporting the “Bay Lights” sculpture has reached its $4 million funding goal to keep the 25,000 programmed LED lights on, signally that they soon could become a permanent nighttime fixture in SF. Next year, the lights have to be taken down for…

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