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Rachel Brodsky

SF Station Writer

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Released by Fat Possum, 7/1/10
By Rachel Brodsky (Jun 21, 2010)
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars. [b]King of the Beach[/b] hangs onto Wavves' trademark distortion, but exposes catchy vocals and an obvious talent for layering harmonies. More »
SF's Next Star Chef?
By Rachel Brodsky (Apr 27, 2010)
San Francisco resident Tom Pizzica prepares for his debut on the Food Network's latest reality show. More »
A Guide for Free Summer Fun
By Rachel Brodsky (Apr 22, 2010)
If you’re on the lookout for fun, frugal summertime activities while the rest of the world waits for the economy to pick up, San Francisco is home to a variety of free outdoor street fairs. More »
Released by DFA/Virgin, 5/18/20
By Rachel Brodsky (Apr 14, 2010)
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars. Sparking disappointment in twenty-something partygoers everywhere, there have been rumors floating around that [b]This is Happening[/b] is LCD Soundsystem album. More »
The Best of SF
By Rachel Brodsky (Apr 11, 2010)
Whether you’re picnic table noshing or wolfing down a meal between surf sessions at Ocean Beach, San Francisco is a virtual minefield of sandwiches. More »
Coco's Back at the Masonic
By Rachel Brodsky (Mar 28, 2010)
You’ve never seen Conan like this before, and chances are, once his comedy tour ends, you never will again. More »
By Rachel Brodsky (Mar 14, 2010)
Sasquatch! Music Festival helps kick summer off right with its feel-good emphasis on indie rock and alternative tunes. Held annually at the Gorge Amphitheater in George, Washington, the festival is particularly well known for its cuddly Sasquatch cartoon avatar and its well-booked roster of contemporary, alternative acts with just the right touch of comedy. More »
By Rachel Brodsky (Mar 09, 2010)
Held in the desert region of Indio, California, just miles away from Los Angeles, Coachella is one of those music festivals that are best experienced firsthand. This three-day music festival features a giant spectrum of genres, covering everything from alternative rock to hip-hop, pop, electronica and beyond. More »
San Francisco's Premier Independent Music and Arts Festival
By Rachel Brodsky (Jan 02, 2010)
As one of the contemporary alt-rock torchbearers of the last 20 years, San Francisco’s Noise Pop Festival can and should consider itself on par with New York’s CMJ Festival and Austin’s SXSW Festival. Like most things in San Francisco, however, Noise Pop is neither a wild and terrifying ride through every region of southern NYC (CMJ) or an all-week BBQ n’ schmooze-fest (SXSW). Rather than trying to be either of these things, Noise Pop lovingly places a handful of well-seasoned and up-and-coming musicians in a variety of Bay Area venues, which is neither too overwhelming nor too overrated. More »
By Rachel Brodsky (Oct 12, 2009)
The Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival spans the holiday season with exciting light displays, winter decorations and a Jingle Bus ride to see it all. The Holiday Lights Festival will take place in Downtown Milwaukee starting on November 19th and going through January 3rd. More »
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