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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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Chris Isaak, Alicia Keys to Headline Free Concert Series in SF for Super Bowl 50

Chris Isaak, Alicia Keys to Headline Free Concert Series in SF for Super Bowl 50

As momentum builds for Super Bowl 50, the event’s host committee announced a series of upcoming free concerts happening in downtown San Francisco. Beginning Saturday, January 30, California-based rock musician Chris Isaak opens the series at 8pm, after the relighting of The Bay Lights and…

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Game On! Escape from AT&T Park

Game On! Escape from AT&T Park

As we enter 2016 and the upcoming baseball season draws closer, AT&T Park has an exiting and unique event taking place on Saturday, January 23. Adventure seekers can participate in a simulated monster attack, where they have 60 minutes to discover the secret behind the…

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8 Record Stores That Kept It Rollin’ in 2015

8 Record Stores That Kept It Rollin’ in 2015

Currently, more than two dozen different record stores exist across the city. There also seems to be a pleasant resurgence in recent years for more vinyl and a bigger appetite for high fidelity audio. Needless to say, music lovers have plenty of options to choose from when…

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Old SF Mint To Be Transformed Into New Event Space

Old SF Mint To Be Transformed Into New Event Space

The 100,000-square-foot, city-owned Old Mint building at 88 Fifth Street awaits a new future. According to sources, the city of San Francisco’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development has issued a request for proposals to find a partner that can “restore and activate the Old…

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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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Audio: The SF Nightclub Industry’s Hidden Gem

Audio: The SF Nightclub Industry’s Hidden Gem

Walking down 11th Street you pass by DNA Lounge, Butter and Slims among other late-night spots in the grey area between the Mission and SOMA. It’s sometimes hard to notice Audio with it’s simple, and perhaps classic, orange neon sign and plain glass and concrete façade….

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Artist Jean James, Japantown Exhibit & Signing

Artist Jean James, Japantown Exhibit & Signing

This Friday, renowned visual artist James Jean will hold a talk and book signing at Kinokuniya Bookstore in San Francisco’s Japantown. Jean, a Taiwanese American painter and sketch artist known for depicting an elegant absurdity in both commercial and fine art, will introduce his latest…

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Unofficial Haunted SF Bay Area Landmarks & Booze Crawl

Unofficial Haunted SF Bay Area Landmarks & Booze Crawl

San Francisco is a city filled with old Victorian houses, darkly-lit bars, and magical architecture. Along with any city rich in history, mystery and legacy, there will undoubtedly be ghost stories tugging at its coattails. With Halloween just around the corner, it’s the perfect time…

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Three Things to Do for Day of the Dead

Three Things to Do for Day of the Dead

Día de los Muertos (or the Day of the Dead) has a history of inspiring San Franciscans to bust out their skeleton face paint and take advantage of tequila happy hour specials across the city. True to the spirit of this traditionally Mexican holiday, which calls…

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