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Stage Review: Accidental Death of an Anarchist at Berkeley Rep

Stage Review: Accidental Death of an Anarchist at Berkeley Rep

Accidental Death of Anarchist, playing at the Berkeley Repertory Theater through April 20, is a contemporary reworking of Dario Fo’s controversial farce; adapted by Gavin Richards and directed by Christopher Bayes. This high-energy comedy is based on the actual death of Giuseppe Pinelli, which occurred…

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Vendors at Off the Grid Fort Mason This Year

Vendors at Off the Grid Fort Mason This Year

Bay Area street food organizer Off the Grid opened the 2014 season at Fort Mason last with it’s latest collection of street food vendors. With trucks and tents tightly packed side by side in an L-shape culminating in a large, open seating area, the popular…

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Chuy Gomez Returns to Radio With Hot 105.7

Chuy Gomez Returns to Radio With Hot 105.7

After streaming Nelly’s “Hot in Here” constantly for the last few days, local radio station 105.7 revealed today that it switched formats from “Latino Mix” to pop and hip-hop as Hot 105.7 with Chuy Gomez and DJ Mind Motion working the weekday afternoon commute shift.

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The Lineup: Submit Your Band to Open Oyster Festival With Edward Sharpe, Poolside

The Lineup: Submit Your Band to Open Oyster Festival With Edward Sharpe, Poolside

SF Station’s local music showcase The Lineup returns this year with opportunity for one local band to open for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at Oyster Festival in Golden Gate Park and four bands to participate in showcase in April.

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Photos: Five Days at SXSW With Wiz, Neil, Diddy and Debbie

Photos: Five Days at SXSW With Wiz, Neil, Diddy and Debbie

Another SXSW is in the books after the festival officially wrapped yesterday. We canvassed Austin for five days, catching up with everyone from Neil Young and Diddy to Lil Debbie and Wiz Khalifa.

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Doing it Like the Irish, Our Guide to St. Paddy’s Weekend in SF

Doing it Like the Irish, Our Guide to St. Paddy’s Weekend in SF

  Get ready to show off your shamrocks! You might just get lucky this St. Patrick’s Day, although the actual holiday of St. Patrick’s Day falls on Monday, celebrations commence throughout the weekend. With San Francisco’s very active Irish population, you can be sure there will…

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Outkast, The Cure to Headline Bottle Rock Festival

Outkast, The Cure to Headline Bottle Rock Festival

Napa’s Bottle Rock Festival will return with another strong lineup with The Cure, Outkast and Eric Church headlining. Weezer, The Fray and Eric Church will also perform at the three-day festival this year. The complete lineup:

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Movie Review: Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Is Very Welcoming

Movie Review: Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Is Very Welcoming

What’s so curious about Wes Anderson’s films is that everyone feels just similar enough — whether it’s the classic rock music, his knack for using a revolving door of actors, or the idiosyncratic and meticulous way he sets up his shots — that they have…

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Reggae Rockers the Expendables Return to the Fillmore

Reggae Rockers the Expendables Return to the Fillmore

As part of their 40 show Winter Blackout tour, Santa Cruz quartet The Expendables bring elements of ska, surf rock and punk with a heavy dose of reggae to the Fillmore on March 16. We caught up with vocalist and drummer Adam Patterson about to…

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Video: A Moment With G-Eazy on his These Things Happen Tour

Video: A Moment With G-Eazy on his These Things Happen Tour

G-Eazy talks about the milestone concert at the Fillmore and his mostly sold-out tour, his roots in the Bay Area and his new album scheduled for release later this year.

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Photos: ‘Digital Assassin’ Datsik at the Regency Ballroom

Photos: ‘Digital Assassin’ Datsik at the Regency Ballroom

Dubstep producer Datsik’s Digital Assassins Tour drew a capacity crowd, filling both levels of the Regency Ballroom with fans that were ready to party.

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Photos: Partying Wtih De La Soul at Yoshi’s

Photos: Partying Wtih De La Soul at Yoshi’s

De La Soul is alive and well. After hooking up fans with all of their albums for free on Valentine’s Day the classic hip-hop trio was back to work at Yoshi’s in San Francisco over the weekend.

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