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Celebrating Local Comic Shop Day with Mission Comics & Art

Celebrating Local Comic Shop Day with Mission Comics & Art

On Friday, 385+ locations throughout the United States will be celebrating Local Comic Shop Day, a new event in honor of the independent comic book store. This is a celebration of comic shops as purveyors of pop culture. As should be expected, collectors can expect to…

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Record Store Day Black Friday Round-Up: Outkast, Green Day, David Bowie, and More

Record Store Day Black Friday Round-Up: Outkast, Green Day, David Bowie, and More

We’re always thankful for good food, family and friends, but we’re super excited for the day after Thanksgiving which signals the start of the annual holiday shopping season and Record Store Day’s annual Black Friday event. Although the official Record Store Day is held on…

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Best Lunches in San Francisco: Dogpatch

Best Lunches in San Francisco: Dogpatch

The Dogpatch is tiny but mighty – sandwiched between Portero Hill and the water, if offers industrial charm and some of the city’s most beloved lunch spots. Here’s where you won’t go wrong. Marcella’s Lasagneria A cheesy, luscious lasagna for lunch? Yes, please. Marcella’s setting…

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Giants Unveil ‘Orange & Black Friday’ Exclusive Promotions & Events

Giants Unveil ‘Orange & Black Friday’ Exclusive Promotions & Events

Just announced: 2016 Limited Single Game Tickets & Select Special Events set to go on sale on Orange & Black Friday, November 27, 2015 If you are like me, you know at least one person who is absolutely nuts about the Giants. And you know…

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Stop & See the Artwork: Classic Monster Exhibit at SFO Ending Soon

Stop & See the Artwork: Classic Monster Exhibit at SFO Ending Soon

Plan to arrive a little earlier at the SFO airport this holiday season to view Classic Monsters: The Kirk Hammett Collection, an art exhibit featuring vintage and adapted monster memorabilia from musician Kirk Hammett’s personal collection, on view until mid-December. Kirk Hammett may be best…

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Live Review: Esperanza Spalding Kicks Off Four-Day Residency at SFJAZZ

Live Review: Esperanza Spalding Kicks Off Four-Day Residency at SFJAZZ

Grammy award-winning jazz artist Esperanza Spalding formed one of the best trios in the genre last night, performing with pianist Geri Allen and three-time Grammy Award-winning drummer Terri Lyne Carrington. It was the first of Esperanza’s four consecutive shows at SFJAZZ for her current residency….

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SF Sketchfest Reveals 2016 Comedy Lineup: Jeff Goldblum, Bill Nye, Jon Hamm, Parker Posey

SF Sketchfest Reveals 2016 Comedy Lineup: Jeff Goldblum, Bill Nye, Jon Hamm, Parker Posey

SF Sketchfest has announced the complete lineup to celebrate the 15th annual Comedy Festival, with more than 200 performances at 19 venues across the city. This year’s mega event runs January 7-24, 2016 and tickets go on sale this Sunday, November 22 at 10am. Sketchfest’s…

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Holidays in SF: Locate the Best Baked Goodies

Holidays in SF: Locate the Best Baked Goodies

Thanksgiving is almost upon us, and with it – festivities, brunches, dinner gatherings and office parties. In a nutshell? There will be a lot of eating and ‘what to bring?’ talk. Your best bet? Awesome carbs. Grab a pie, bring croissants, surprise colleagues with creative muffins…

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Lineup Announced for Noise Pop Festival 2016

Lineup Announced for Noise Pop Festival 2016

The Bay Area’s premiere indie music and arts festival, Noise Pop, announced the early music lineup for their 24th annual festival. Noteworthy talents from the first wave of artists include New York rockers Parquet Courts, rapper Vince Staples, and Oakland’s Astronauts, Etc. Noise Pop begins…

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Just Announced: Desert Hearts Second ‘City Hearts’ Tour

Just Announced: Desert Hearts Second ‘City Hearts’ Tour

Fresh off their successful three-year anniversary festival, Desert Hearts hits the road for their second City Hearts tour, titled ‘Winter Is Coming.’ The marathon style dance music crew will take their mantra of “House, Techno, Love” to cities across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. There…

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Converse Rubber Tracks Pop-Up Studio Returns to the Mission in SF

Converse Rubber Tracks Pop-Up Studio Returns to the Mission in SF

Beginning next month, Converse Rubber Tracks’ pop-up studio will re-emerge in San Francisco starting Monday, December 7 until Friday, December 11. Musicians of all genres in the Bay Area are invited to apply for free studio time and unleash their creative spirit. The pop-up studio,…

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Highlights from SF Music Tech Summit

Highlights from SF Music Tech Summit

At last year’s SF Music Tech Summit, Founder and Executive Producer Brian Zisk announced in his endearing New York accent that 2014 might be the last installment of the beloved conference. Luckily, the one-man-wonder decided to do it again, bringing together hundreds of entrepreneurs, musicians…

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