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‘Once In A Lifetime’ Marathon Dance Party To Transform The Old Mint

‘Once In A Lifetime’ Marathon Dance Party To Transform The Old Mint

This time last year, there was an exciting shake-up at The Old Mint. The city pulled the previous custodians for dragging their feet on renovations and sought out new stewardship for the San Francisco relic and nationally recognized landmark. Now, The Old Mint’s exciting new operators are some of the Bay…

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Just Announced: Sofi Tukker to Support Manila Killa at 1015 Folsom this Friday

Just Announced: Sofi Tukker to Support Manila Killa at 1015 Folsom this Friday

We were already through-the-roof excited for this Friday’s Manila Killa set at 1015 Folsom. Now we’re on the moon with the latest announcement that New York-based electronic duo, SOFI TUKKER, has been added to the bill. Manila Killa is a Filipino electronic producer, now based in Washington…

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Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Thirty paces north of the Illinois-Marin St. crossing, I stood mesmerized by a slender-faced carnival barker with ghostly complexion. Deathly still in a red and black pinstripe suit, the pale figure stares down from beneath the brim of his topper—a hat twice the size of…

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This Week’s Top Club Picks: An Audio Visual Sampling

This Week’s Top Club Picks: An Audio Visual Sampling

Happy belated Independence, America! The extended, hickory-smoked weekend left belly’s full, pantries empty, and brought one of the greatest gifts of all—a four-day work week. So as we subsist on leftover barbecue through the short week, here’s what San Francisco has to look forward to. Thursday – Laser Native’s 2 Year feat….

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The Search for Lucas Museum’s Future Home Continues: Treasure Island on the Table

The Search for Lucas Museum’s Future Home Continues: Treasure Island on the Table

Filmmaker and entrepreneur George Lucas is currently in discussions with San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee about building his Lucas Museum Of Narrative Art on the west side of Treasure Island. Lucas has been attempting to build the museum for many years. His original site was…

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Lineup Confirmed: Outside Lands 2016

Lineup Confirmed: Outside Lands 2016

San Francisco’s premier music festival, Outside Lands, announced its 2016 lineup headlined by alternative rock band Radiohead (as expected), electronic group LCD Soundsystem, and R&B singer Lionel Richie. The ninth annual three-day celebration of music, food, beer, wine, comedy, and art takes place this year…

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Get Ready to Gorge at the Nacho Typical Festival at SoMa StrEat Food Park

Get Ready to Gorge at the Nacho Typical Festival at SoMa StrEat Food Park

Festival season is currently in full swing, which also includes non-music events like Goat Festival as well as the upcoming Nacho Typical Festival on April 9. Former San Francisco mayoral candidate and still sarcastic media personality Stuart Schuffman, more commonly known as Broke-Ass Stuart, has…

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Q&A with Pete Yorn: New Album & Two NorCal Shows Before Coachella

Q&A with Pete Yorn: New Album & Two NorCal Shows Before Coachella

Singer-songwriter Pete Yorn released his latest record, ArrangingTime, on March 11 and is currently on tour in support of this new material. The seasoned guitarist and drummer has two upcoming shows in Northern California at the Rio Theater in Santa Cruz on April 15, at…

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Event Pick: Lights Down Low SF Celebrates 10 Years of Raving with Jamie Jones, Skream, 2 Many DJs

Event Pick: Lights Down Low SF Celebrates 10 Years of Raving with Jamie Jones, Skream, 2 Many DJs

San Francisco promoter Lights Down Low has big plans for its 10 year anniversary, hosting two parties one month apart. The first will be with tech house DJ Jamie Jones and dubstep producer Skream on March 4 at Mezzanine, and the round two event happens…

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SFMOMA’s Grand Reopening, Modern Ball, Fresh Exhibits and New Hours

SFMOMA’s Grand Reopening, Modern Ball, Fresh Exhibits and New Hours

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has been closed for three years during its extensive remodel, but on May 14 its doors will finally open again. News of its open date was previously announced last October, but today SFMOMA unveiled details of its first…

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Win Tickets: SF Symphony and NFL Films Present ‘A Concert of Champions’ for Super Bowl 50

Win Tickets: SF Symphony and NFL Films Present ‘A Concert of Champions’ for Super Bowl 50

In celebration of Super Bowl 50, the San Francisco Symphony has partnered with NFL Films to present “A Concert of Champions” on February 3rd and 4th. Guest hosted by NFL Hall-of-Fame running back and former Oakland Raider Marcus Allen, the events will feature selections from…

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Noise Pop Reboots Podcast With New Host and Producer

Noise Pop Reboots Podcast With New Host and Producer

Championing independent music and culture, Noise Pop, launches its podcast reboot to showcase noteworthy and soon-to-be-buzzing new music. The Noise Pop Podcast has new a host, journalist Adrian Spinelli (from music magazine Paste, San Francisco Chronicle, and festival blog Fest300), and producer Ashleyanne Krigbaum (local…

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