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Local Art Happenings: Lower Branch Celebrates 6th Anniversary at 111 Minna

Local Art Happenings: Lower Branch Celebrates 6th Anniversary at 111 Minna

Lower Branch celebrated their first and second anniversary at 111 Minna and are officially back— this time for their Sixth Anniversary on Friday March 11th. The Lower Branch name first set roots in 2010, with Jarrett (JC) Carlston and Paolo Salazar. Lower Branch has worked with…

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Flux Pavilion, Keys N Krates, Excision Headline Audio on the Bay 2016

Flux Pavilion, Keys N Krates, Excision Headline Audio on the Bay 2016

For the third year in a row, dance promoter Insomniac brings the massive electronic music festival Audio On The Bay to the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond over Memorial Day weekend. This year, the East Bay festival has been shortened from three days to two, taking…

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The Search for Perfect Sushi: Off-the-Menu Instagram-Only Reservations at Roka Akor

The Search for Perfect Sushi: Off-the-Menu Instagram-Only Reservations at Roka Akor

These days, the race for Instagram followers is fiercer than ever. As with every competitive marker, the consumer gets to have all the fun—consider, for example, Roka Akor‘s creative approach to the madness—a somewhat secret Omakase meal available only if you order it through the…

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HGMNY’s Amir Raad: For the Bay Area Party People

HGMNY’s Amir Raad: For the Bay Area Party People

The son of two Lebanese immigrants, Amir Raad was born and raised in a sleepy town in Alaska. Add four years at UC Santa Cruz and some Bay Area flair, and now he’s a talented promoter bringing admired underground acts to the local scene. Growing…

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The List: Coachella 2016 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

The List: Coachella 2016 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

For those unable to get highly-coveted Coachella 2016 tickets, or would rather just see one or two of their favorite artists in a more intimate setting, then you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a list of Coachella artists who have show dates popping up in the…

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Prince Still Reigns Supreme: Electrifying ‘Piano and a Microphone’ Performance at Oracle Arena

Prince Still Reigns Supreme: Electrifying ‘Piano and a Microphone’ Performance at Oracle Arena

Those who missed Prince at Oakland’s Paramount Theater last Sunday for a special two show performance got another chance to see his “Piano and a Microphone” act last night on a bigger stage at Oracle Arena. When Prince is in the Bay Area there’s a…

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San Francisco’s Best Brunches: The Castro

San Francisco’s Best Brunches: The Castro

It’s almost the weekend which means you can trade your rush hour commute for some prime time brunching! The Castro’s relaxed, slightly bohemian appeal is perfect for lazy brunching. From a truly French toast to the all-American breakfast, these are some of the neighborhood’s most…

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‘Miyazaki Spirit’ Art Show Brings the Magic to Sixth Street

‘Miyazaki Spirit’ Art Show Brings the Magic to Sixth Street

“Miyazaki Spirit” will feature paintings and illustrations inspired by legendary Japanese filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki. This Time Beards and Sketchpad Gallery show will take place on Saturday from 2-6pm and will unveil exclusive limited prints for sale by the artists. Due to high demand, two alternate openings will also…

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Smart, Sexy, Saucy…The Uninhibited Series Delivers the Whole Package

Smart, Sexy, Saucy…The Uninhibited Series Delivers the Whole Package

Shiver me Tinders, the Uninhibited series is here! As spring fever starts to kick in, and with summer romance right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to explore some of our most innate human forces…sex, love, and knowledge. This series of events, parties, and talks at the JCCSF…

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Photo of the Week: Karen Doolittle

Photo of the Week: Karen Doolittle

Submit your photos to be considered for “Photo of the Week” by tagging us on your   Instagram photo and including the hashtag #snapwednesday This weeks photo is by local photographer Karen Doolittle What inspired you to create these vibrant colors on your Instagram feed?…

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Grand Opening Party: Locally Based Super7 is The Mission’s New Store on the Block

Grand Opening Party: Locally Based Super7 is The Mission’s New Store on the Block

Super7 is a locally run company holding it down in SF for over fifteen years, is widely visible on the nerd culture radar and is a household name when it comes to vinyl toy collectors. This Friday, March 4th they are celebrating the grand opening of their…

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Troy Paiva Brings Haunting Post-Human Photography to 111 Minna

Troy Paiva Brings Haunting Post-Human Photography to 111 Minna

Friday March 4th marks the art opening of 111 Minna Gallery’s dual photography exhibition, “Lost America” by Troy Paiva and “Fairy Tale Animals” by Peter Samuels. Troy Paiva’s body of work is a thoughtful selection of hauntingly desolate scenes he’s captured over the past twenty-five…

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