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As You Like It to Bring SF/LA DJ Mike Gushansky Back to The Bay (Public Works)

As You Like It to Bring SF/LA DJ Mike Gushansky Back to The Bay (Public Works)

Mike Gushansky made the dive into the DJ life in March of ’07, on his 18th birthday. As classically trained pianist, he grew up in L.A. under the roof of a piano teacher. His mixing skills were seeded amongst the trees of Santa Cruz, on…

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Photo of the Week: Miss Mak

Photo of the Week: Miss Mak

Our pick this week is by Miss Mak (San Francisco) What inspired you to pick up photography and what are your favorite things to shoot? Miss Mak: “If it’s not on Instagram, it didn’t happen.” Jokes aside but to answer your question properly. I’ve always…

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Renowned Photographer Annie Leibovitz Premiers Iconic ‘WOMEN: New Portraits’ Series in SF

Renowned Photographer Annie Leibovitz Premiers Iconic ‘WOMEN: New Portraits’ Series in SF

Impressive photographs of some of the world’s most influential women, from distinguished ballerina Misty Copeland to Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg, are currently on display to the public at Building649, at The Presidio’s Crissy Field. The free exhibit, titled “Women: New Portraits,” runs from March 25…

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Peacers Rise Up for Easter Show: Q&A with Mike Donovan

Peacers Rise Up for Easter Show: Q&A with Mike Donovan

Mike Donovan, formerly of psych rock/noise band Sic Alps, has spawned a more vintage throwback sound to the sixties with his new band Peacers, made alongside his San Francisco counterpart Ty Segall, who produced the album and performed on a number of the songs. Peacers is…

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Local Biz Spotlight: Jake Clothing by Jake Wall of ‘Project Runway’

Local Biz Spotlight: Jake Clothing by Jake Wall of ‘Project Runway’

All of San Francisco’s athleisure-loving appeal is fast forgotten once you step into JAKE, the newly boutique-meets-showroom on Jackson Square; all white marble, bright lights and boldly decorated fitting rooms. The opening itself saw more heels and fitted dresses than all of SF’s yearly events…

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Wolfmother’s Gypsy Caravan Tour Lands in SF: Q&A with Andrew Stockdale

Wolfmother’s Gypsy Caravan Tour Lands in SF: Q&A with Andrew Stockdale

Grammy award-winning Australian hard rock band Wolfmother, currently on a North American headline tour in support of its latest album Victorious, bring the Gypsy Caravan Tour to San Francisco playing at the Fillmore on March 28. The high-octane group is also scheduled to play at…

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Spend a Weekend in Big Sur at Animal Collective’s New Festival

Spend a Weekend in Big Sur at Animal Collective’s New Festival

As part of an expansion to their U.S. tour, experimental pop band Animal Collective announced its own two-day camping festival, dubbed A N I M A L C O L L E C T I V E Camping Weekend in Big Sur, at the Fernwood…

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Thursday Nightlife Pick: Laser Native Presents Kill Frenzy (Dirtybird) at Monarch

Thursday Nightlife Pick: Laser Native Presents Kill Frenzy (Dirtybird) at Monarch

Seba is better known as his stage alias, Kill Frenzy. Born in Belgium and now rooted in Berlin, he produces raunchy ghetto-house music with a grid-iron attitude. It’s no secret, Kill Frenzy is one crude dude, totally unashamed and ready to bring it next-level. About…

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The Brides of March Take to the Streets of SF – Photos

The Brides of March Take to the Streets of SF – Photos

The Cacophony Society – credited with inspiring Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club and even Burning Man – gathered together on Saturday in San Francisco for their annual Brides of March. “Before the Internet vomited headlines by the millisecond and turned the minutia of a million boring…

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Interview: Slayer ‘s ‘Repentless World Tour’ Embarks on the Bay with Two Nights at the Warfield

Interview: Slayer ‘s ‘Repentless World Tour’ Embarks on the Bay with Two Nights at the Warfield

Thrash metal kings, Slayer, are back in action! For the first time since the passing of founding rhythm guitarist, Jeff Hanneman, the legends are now back on tour, in support of their latest record Repentless. Slayer has become a household name, for better or for worse….

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Q&A: Trombone Shorty Brings the New Orleans Sound to Berkeley’s UC Theatre

Q&A: Trombone Shorty Brings the New Orleans Sound to Berkeley’s UC Theatre

Jazz-funk alchemist Trombone Shorty and his backing band New Orleans Avenue visit the Bay Area’s newest concert venue, The UC Theatre, on Saturday, March 26. Troy Andrews, who performs using the nickname Trombone Shorty, has been a multi-instrumentalist since his youth. Being brought up in…

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Lineup Announcement: Enchanted Forest Gathering 2016

Lineup Announcement: Enchanted Forest Gathering 2016

Psychedelic electronica act Shpongle, Oakland-based funk master The Polish Ambassador, and melodic bass duo PANTyRAiD (consisting of MartyParty and Ooah (from The Glitch Mob) will headline the sixth annual Enchanted Forest Gathering. The festival, light-heartedly dubbed, “Sacred, sexy, silly and saucy,” takes place at the…

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