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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

It feels a little like an endless summer with all of this wintertime sunshine, and big-name DJs are in town this week to keep the party vibes alive, from hard trap beats to beach-y tropical house.

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Skrillex and Diplo are Joining Forces For a 24-Hour DJ Set Today

Skrillex and Diplo are Joining Forces For a 24-Hour DJ Set Today

Bust out the Red Bull, Skrillex and Diplo are joining forces for a 24-hour DJ set starting today.

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Photos: Flight Facilities Take Off at Noise Pop Festival

Photos: Flight Facilities Take Off at Noise Pop Festival

Hugo and Jimmy of Flight Facilities had a little help from some friends and a sold-out crowd at the Regency Ballroom for their Noise Pop Festival performance last night.

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Sonoma Raceway Could Host a 4-Day Music Festival

Sonoma Raceway Could Host a 4-Day Music Festival

The 2.52-mile Sonoma Raceway road course and drag strip could soon be the future home to the newest music festival in the Bay Area after owners submitted a bid to host a four-day event that could rival Outside Lands and Napa’s BottleRock. According to SFGate,…

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Photos: Tops Make it Last at Brick & Mortar

Photos: Tops Make it Last at Brick & Mortar

Montreal indie pop outfit Tops kicked of a long week of music with Dinner and Kid Trails at Brick & Mortar before Noise Pop Festival gets gets into full swing.

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Q&A: Hannibal Buress Brings ‘Camisado’ to SF Before Targeting Bieber

Q&A: Hannibal Buress Brings ‘Camisado’ to SF Before Targeting Bieber

Comedian Hannibal Buress’s aptly titled Comedy Camisado tour storms the Nourse Theatre for some seriously funny ass kicking on Thursday, Feb. 26th. When not on tour, the former SNL and 30 Rock writer has been spending much of his downtime coming up with nasty things to say to Justin Bieber. He can…

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Kin Khao, Pink Zebra Named on GQ’s Best Restaurants List

Kin Khao, Pink Zebra Named on GQ’s Best Restaurants List

Just two months into 2015, GQ has named its 25 most outstanding restaurants for the year, including two picks from San Francisco. Downtown Thai eatery Kin Khao snagged the No. 6 spot on GQ food critic Alan Richman’s list with “some of the most complex…

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Oakland’s Bacon and Beer Festival Returns in March

Oakland’s Bacon and Beer Festival Returns in March

Bacon and beer lovers can gather on Sunday, March 15 to sample creative dishes and fine brew at the Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival, presented as a fundraiser for not-for-profit community organization Oakland Grown. The festival, back for it’s second year in Oakland after debuting…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

Burn off the fog and get a SNBRN as this weekend’s lineup makes you SAL[i]VAte about acting like Zooly animals at the club. San Francisco’s best parties this weekend have arrived.

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Gold Panda, Rufus Du Sol Announced With Initial Northern Nights Lineup

Gold Panda, Rufus Du Sol Announced With Initial Northern Nights Lineup

The initial lineup for the Northern Nights Music festival has been announced with UK electronic producer Gold Panda and Australian indie dance trio Rufus Du Sol among the highlights. Northern Nights takes July 17-19 at Cook’s Valley campground near the Humboldt County and Mendocino County…

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Bay Area Well Represented Among James Beard Award Semi-Finalists

Bay Area Well Represented Among James Beard Award Semi-Finalists

2015′s James Beard Awards semi-finalists were announced today, with a hefty Bay Area representation in the list. Until the nominees are finalized on March 24th, there’s plenty of time to take pride in some of our favorite local eateries. San Francisco naturally tops the list…

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The Suffers Bring Texas Soul to Amnesia

The Suffers Bring Texas Soul to Amnesia

Following in the footsteps of Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings and the classic groups before her, the Suffers represent the latest generation working in the tradition of soul music. The Houston based ten-piece band is making its first visit to the West Coast this winter,…

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