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Video: Apple Introduces iPhone 6, Apple Watch

Video: Apple Introduces iPhone 6, Apple Watch

Apple introduced the iPhone 6 today at a highly anticipate special event from the Flint Performing Arts Center in Cupertino. The the new iPhone model will be available in a larger iPhone Plus size at 5.5 inch (diagonally) while the standard iPhone 6 arrives slightly…

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Giveaway: Enter to Win VIP Tickets for Summersalt Fest with Big Gigantic, G-Eazy

Giveaway: Enter to Win VIP Tickets for Summersalt Fest with Big Gigantic, G-Eazy

San Francisco’s Summersalt music festival arrives this weekend, just as the city’s second summer begins, with a full day of music headlined by Big Gigantic and Oakland breakout G-Eazy.

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Q&A: Dillon Francis Returns With Mad Decent Block Party in Berkeley

Q&A: Dillon Francis Returns With Mad Decent Block Party in Berkeley

In the hijinks spirit of Diplo’s record label Mad Decent and the accompanying Mad Decent Block party arriving in Berkeley on Sept. 19, LA based producer Dillon Francis is a character of quirk.

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Inaugural 420 Games Planned for Golden Gate Park

Inaugural 420 Games Planned for Golden Gate Park

The inaugural 420 Games are planned for this weekend at Golden Gate Park with a 5k race, a talk with Harborside dispensary founder Steve DeAngelo, a live performance from all-female Led Zepplin tribute band Zepparella and a beer tastings from Lagunita’s Brewing Co. Jim McAlpine,…

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Photos: Party Time With Feed Me at The Warfield

Photos: Party Time With Feed Me at The Warfield

The party was at the Warfield on Saturday with a night of drum and bass and dubstep headlined by UK producer Feed Me.

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Photographer Deb Leal Captures Millennial SF With ‘Dogwood’

Photographer Deb Leal Captures Millennial SF With ‘Dogwood’

Local artist Deb Leal, SF Station’s current featured artist, takes photographs that play with lighting and color to produce striking and often provocative imagery. The Milwaukee native is the co-founder of Dogwood, a project that celebrates individual style and artistic collaborations while dishing up dreamy photo shoots that capture…

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Talib Kweli, Erykah Badu to Headline New Haight Street Festival

Talib Kweli, Erykah Badu to Headline New Haight Street Festival

A new street party on Haight Street makes its debut this weekend with Talib Kweli and Erykah Badu hitting the stage for DJ sets.

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Shhh..Speakeasy Tap Room Extends Hours

Shhh..Speakeasy Tap Room Extends Hours

San Francisco’s Speakeasy brewery in Bayview announced new hours this week for its tap room with a new happy hour deal.

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

The Burning Man contingent is back, San Francisco’s unofficial summer is about to begin and the parties, mostly held down by American artists this weekend, are looking just as lovely.

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Chef Chris Gerwig Stays Close to the Source at Belcampo Meat Co. on Polk

Chef Chris Gerwig Stays Close to the Source at Belcampo Meat Co. on Polk

Located on a busy corner Polk Street corner on the edge of Russian Hill, Belcampo Meat Co. is the brainchild of Todd Robinson and Anya Fernald, who have pioneered a business model for butchery from their farm at Mount Shasta to several Northern California locations,…

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New Belgium’s Tour de Fat Returns With Reggie Watts

New Belgium’s Tour de Fat Returns With Reggie Watts

New Belgium Brewing brings more bikes, beer and entertainment to Golden Gate Park on September 13 with its annual Tour de Fat party, headlined by comedian Reggie Watts. The events starts with a costumed bicycle parade from 11am to noon at Lindley Meadow before the…

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Photos: Hiero Day Celebrates Bay Area Hip Hop

Photos: Hiero Day Celebrates Bay Area Hip Hop

It was a family affair at the 3rd annual Hiero Day in Oakland as the Hieroglyphics crew took over a few blocks of West Oakland on Labor Day to celebrate more than 20 years of independent Bay Area hip hop. Chuy Gomez and Ed Lover…

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