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Photos: SF Design Week Opening Reception at Pier 27

Photos: SF Design Week Opening Reception at Pier 27

Thu Jun 4 at Pier 27. Photos by Gabby Gamboa. See entire gallery

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SF Commits $7 Million to Support the Arts

SF Commits $7 Million to Support the Arts

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced a “Shared Prosperity for the Arts Package,” in which the city will contribute $7 million for the next two years to programs supporting the arts. The new funding package includes a $2 million enhancement to the Cultural Equity Endowment…

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San Francisco Rapper Watsky Releases “Live at the Regency Ballroom” via BitTorrent

San Francisco Rapper Watsky Releases “Live at the Regency Ballroom” via BitTorrent

San Francisco born rapper and wordsmith, Watsky, unveils his most recent release, Live at the Regency Ballroom, in techy fashion as part of a digital collection exclusively available via BitTorrent Bundle. George Watsky started out building his reputation as a slam poet in San Francisco,…

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Q&A: STRFKR & Jeffrey Paradise Ready for Summertime Radness

Q&A: STRFKR & Jeffrey Paradise Ready for Summertime Radness

This Sunday, STRFKR and Jeffrey Paradise will take to the decks at the Phoenix Hotel for an epic pool party dubbed “Summertime Radness.” We sat down with Jeffrey Paradise, half of Poolside, and Josh Hodges of STRFKR to talk about their music, their favorite drinks…

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Local Favorites: Blogger Alexandra Bigley

Local Favorites: Blogger Alexandra Bigley

It’s hard to imagine a more San Francisco-esque blogger than Bigley, a no-nonsense fashion lover who mixes girly dresses with sneakers on her blog SF Shop Girl, loves big sunglasses and quirky prints and occasionally throws sidewalk fashion sales with fellow fashionistas. Her small studio…

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Q&A: No Joy Return to Bottom of the Hill, Release ‘More Faithful’

Q&A: No Joy Return to Bottom of the Hill, Release ‘More Faithful’

Ahead of their show at Bottom of the Hill on June 14, Montreal-based shoegaze band No Joy releases its third studio album, More Faithful on June 9. Consisting primarily of Laura Lloyd and Jasamine White-Gluz, the Canadian rock band No Joy formed in 2009 with…

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7 Highlights of SF Design Week

7 Highlights of SF Design Week

San Francisco Design Week is fast approaching, and the event program is busier than ever. To make the choice easier and a bit faster, here are 7 not-to-be-missed highlights from the very rich week of workshops, parties and panels: 1. SFDW Opening Reception at Pier…

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Photos: Chromeo at Greek Theatre

Photos: Chromeo at Greek Theatre

Fri May 29 at the Greek Theatre. Photos by Chelsea Young. See entire gallery

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Q&A: Finland’s Lenno Leaves Remixes Behind, Debut Show in SF

Q&A: Finland’s Lenno Leaves Remixes Behind, Debut Show in SF

Hailing from Finland, Lenno is a soft-spoken, 20 year old producer who’s risen quickly in his teenage years.  With a string of chart topping remixes on Hype Machine and hundreds of thousands of plays on Soundcloud, Lenno finally signed with heavyweight Casablanca Records.  His upbeat,…

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Photos: BottleRock Music Festival in Napa

Photos: BottleRock Music Festival in Napa

Fri May 29 – Sun May 31, 2015 at Napa Expo. Featuring No Doubt, Imagine Dragons, Passion Pit, Snoop Dogg, Public Enemy, Gypsy Kings, Portugal. The Man, Michael Franti, and more! Photos by Matt Crawford.   See entire gallery

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Photos: Audio On The Bay 2015 at Craneway Pavilion

Photos: Audio On The Bay 2015 at Craneway Pavilion

Featuring Showtek, Knife Party, Martin Garrix and more! Memorial Day Weekend, Fri May 22 – Sun May 24. Photos by Ally Panda. See entire gallery

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May Food News: All You Need To Know

May Food News: All You Need To Know

New Restaurant: Belga The bar-restaurant with a Belgian-German cuisine opened in the Marina neighborhood, taking over Cafe Des Amis’ former spot. Helmed by chef Freedom Rains and offering a full bar, the dimly lit space is dinner only at this point, with plans to expand…

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