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Q&A: Caveman Emerges with New Record, Regency Ballroom and Outside Lands Dates

Q&A: Caveman Emerges with New Record, Regency Ballroom and Outside Lands Dates

New York indie pop rockers, Caveman, make a stop at the Regency Ballroom on Thursday, May 26th, before dropping their highly-anticipated record, Otero War, in June. Formed in 2010, Caveman has a primitive sound of the eighties, combined with heavy synthesizers with choppy reverb soaked…

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The Search for Lucas Museum’s Future Home Continues: Treasure Island on the Table

The Search for Lucas Museum’s Future Home Continues: Treasure Island on the Table

Filmmaker and entrepreneur George Lucas is currently in discussions with San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee about building his Lucas Museum Of Narrative Art on the west side of Treasure Island. Lucas has been attempting to build the museum for many years. His original site was…

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Photo of the Week: Adrian Bogatsky

Photo of the Week: Adrian Bogatsky

Photo of the Week by Adrian Bogatsky aka Adrian Sky (San Francisco) Nice to meet you Adrian! What became a motivation for you in pursuing photography? Adrian: Hey hows it going! I’m a local native born and raised in the Outer Sunset. Growing up I was…

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Four Outstanding Collections from the California College of the Arts Annual Fashion Show

Four Outstanding Collections from the California College of the Arts Annual Fashion Show

Student fashion shows always strike an emotional chord with the crowd. Perhaps it’s the optimistic spirit of new beginnings and the students’ unmasked enthusiasm, yet to be replaced with cynicism. Or the young supporters in the audience, dressed in the latest trends and cheering on…

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Joy Gallery’s Photography Show Heads Down Music Memory Lane

Joy Gallery’s Photography Show Heads Down Music Memory Lane

You know, when you’re a kid and you adopt a dog and have no idea what to name him, because all the names in the world just didn’t seem to do your new awesome pet any justice, so you end up naming it something straightforward…

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Q&A: Justin Martin (Dirtybird) Shares How the Stars Aligned for ‘Hello Clouds’

Q&A: Justin Martin (Dirtybird) Shares How the Stars Aligned for ‘Hello Clouds’

In the early oughts, a San Francisco record label we’ve come to know and love was brought into existence from renegade parties in Golden Gate Park. Today, Dirtybird Records is an international label and a staple of the Bay Area’s house music scene. The father of…

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A Night Out with Jesse Sizmo of Lips & Rhythm

A Night Out with Jesse Sizmo of Lips & Rhythm

The sounds of San Francisco’s underground music scene are as deep and diverse as The City itself. And with entertainment options abound, it can be hard enough simply trying to navigate a Saturday night—let alone get a real feel for underground dance music. “San Francisco…

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East Bay Gems: Downtown Oakland

East Bay Gems: Downtown Oakland

Of all Oakland neighborhoods undergoing a lifestyle revival, the downtown area is, perhaps, the most atmospheric. By cleverly utilizing the historic buildings and romantic, slightly seedy vibe, the establishments around Broadway and West Grand are constantly upping their game with a sexy mix of old-school…

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8tracks & the Power of Crowdfunding: Rebels Among Music Streaming Titans

8tracks & the Power of Crowdfunding: Rebels Among Music Streaming Titans

It’s the warmest day so far this year, almost 90 degrees in the Mission, and David Porter sits comfortably in a buttoned down shirt and pants. He rests his elbows on a picnic bench in the backyard of 8tracks’ headquarters, a beautiful, lofted space on…

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A Look at First-rate Bulka Bakery at Haight’s Second Act Marketplace

A Look at First-rate Bulka Bakery at Haight’s Second Act Marketplace

In a curious turn of events, Haight’s Second Act Marketplace, which serves as a collective home to five local food and beverage business, is shaping to be a prime destination for elevated Russian cuisine. As of last month, the already popular Anda Piroshki (selling the Russian…

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End of an Era: ‘Terminus’ Party Celebrating the Artist Community of Treasure Island’s Building 180

End of an Era: ‘Terminus’ Party Celebrating the Artist Community of Treasure Island’s Building 180

The one-of-a-kind organic artist community situated inside Building 180 on the 393-acre man-made Treasure Island will be forced to close this month. To commemorate their historical creative run, the crew of designers behind the Burning Man Disco Space Shuttle art car are hosting one final…

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Coachella to Lightning in a Bottle: Behind the Scenes with Dede Flemming of The Do LaB

Coachella to Lightning in a Bottle: Behind the Scenes with Dede Flemming of The Do LaB

“Make art. Have fun.” This is The Do LaB’s ethos. The Do LaB is an event production family with a legendary origin story. Sixteen years ago, three brothers and some interesting characters threw a private birthday bash for the history books. It was L-I-T. Now it’s LiB—Lightning…

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