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Q&A: REZZ Drops New EP, Launches Lunatic Tour with MALAA in Berkeley this Thursday

Q&A: REZZ Drops New EP, Launches Lunatic Tour with MALAA in Berkeley this Thursday

Bay Area be warned of the ghetto house and dark techno bass bombs set to detonate at Berkeley’s UC Theatre this Thursday. MALAA and REZZ have joined forces for their Lunatic Tour and are on approach to bring some seriously sinister beats in time for…

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Fitz and the Tantrums Bringing Indie Pop to the Fox in Oakland

Fitz and the Tantrums Bringing Indie Pop to the Fox in Oakland

Los Angeles-based sextet Fitz and the Tantrums, known for its explosive, no-holds barred live shows, have cemented themselves as one of the country’s hottest live acts. The eccentric, fun-loving indie pop and neo soul group are playing at Fox Theater on October 12. The band’s…

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Get Saucy at Pizzafest in Berkeley This Weekend

Get Saucy at Pizzafest in Berkeley This Weekend

Pizza lovers unite! A festival to celebrate all things pizza returns for its third year on Saturday, October 15 from 11am to 3pm at 1250 9th Street in Berkeley. The event is hosted by pizza cooking supply company Pizzacraft and outdoor cooking supply manufacturer The…

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Discover 5 East Bay Restaurants Worth the Drive (Beyond Oakland & Berkeley)

Discover 5 East Bay Restaurants Worth the Drive (Beyond Oakland & Berkeley)

When San Franciscan say ‘East Bay’, they usually mean Oakland or Berkeley. But beyond the immediate choices, there’s more to the Easy Bay than Oakland’s hip eateries. Hayward, Livermore and the on-the-rise foodie destination Walnut Creek also have plenty to offer. Here are your best…

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Farewell San Francisco, Recently Evicted Local Artist Cunningham on Retrospective Art Show and Leaving SF

Farewell San Francisco, Recently Evicted Local Artist Cunningham on Retrospective Art Show and Leaving SF

Spencer Keeton Cunningham has had a prolific career as a painter and street muralist for the past decade. For the last two years, he’s been on a self-proclaimed painting tour—holding his belongings together with tape and shoestring in a sack slung over his shoulder while…

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Anchor Brewing Bets on the Giants with New York Brewery, Plus Where to Watch Tonight’s Wild Card Game

Anchor Brewing Bets on the Giants with New York Brewery, Plus Where to Watch Tonight’s Wild Card Game

With tonight’s MLB National League Wild Card game just hours away between the San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets, SF’s Anchor Brewing has agreed to a friendly wager with Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, New York over the game’s outcome. The winner will send…

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Blue Velvet Ignites the Party At Bottom of the Hill for 25th Anniversary Show

Blue Velvet Ignites the Party At Bottom of the Hill for 25th Anniversary Show

In the NOPA neighborhood, which used to be referred to as Western Addition, there’s a small dimly lit bar that prescribes nostalgia of old San Francisco. It’s a sanctuary for the locals to appease their fix of familiar faces, punk rock music and tasty beverages….

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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Launches New Podcast Series, ‘Raw Material’

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Launches New Podcast Series, ‘Raw Material’

Beginning this week, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) partners with Bay Area artist and writer Ross Simonini to launch a six-episode, arts and culture podcast called, Raw Material. The first fall season, titled “Otherworld,” documents artists who work with the unknown, such as…

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9 San Francisco Inspired Fashion Finds via Orchard Mile

9 San Francisco Inspired Fashion Finds via Orchard Mile

This fall’s forecast is looking extra fashionable with a touch more swagger, thanks to Orchard Mile. This magical online fashion boutique offers a multitude of designers all in one spot—open 24/7. It’s a website perfectly tailored for those who truly treat  fashion as one of the…

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Prototyping Festival Seeks to Make Market Street a More Vibrant & Connected Destination

Prototyping Festival Seeks to Make Market Street a More Vibrant & Connected Destination

On October 6-8, Market Street will be transformed for the second consecutive year by more than 30 models, or “prototypes.” The festival will display performance spaces, relaxation zones, educational spaces, green spaces, and interactive art installations. The Market Street Prototyping Festival, an equal partnership between…

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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Saturday Photo Gallery

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Saturday Photo Gallery

Golden Gate Park welcomed day 2 of the popular and free Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. Saturday performers included: Chuck Prophet & Stephanie Finch, Kris Kristofferson, Acoustic Yo La Tengo, M. Ward, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Allah-Las, KT Tunstall, Cyndi Lauper, Hardly Strictly Silent Disco, Steve Earle…

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Tycho Just Dropped Full Album ‘Epoch’ Today

Tycho Just Dropped Full Album ‘Epoch’ Today

Ambient music project Tycho, led by former San Francisco and now Berkeley resident Scott Hansen, unexpectedly unveiled a new album today. The last installment in a trilogy, Epoch, is the culmination of more than a decade’s work that has seen the band evolve and mature….

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