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Tuesday, June 21 - Monday, June 27
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ARTICLES THIS WEEK
MUSIC: Loud Live Local by Matthew Thayer
Coldplay: X & Y by Matt Forsman
The White Stripes: Get Behind Me Satan by Matt Forsman
Brian Eno: Another Day On Earth by Matt Forsman
FILM: Batman Begins by Ryan Wiederkehr
SF International LGBT Film Festival by Matt Forsman
The Deal by Matt Forsman
The Perfect Man by Matt Forsman
Deep Blue by Matt Forsman
My Summer of Love by Matt Forsman
FOOD: Fava Beans by Genevieve Robertson
SHOPPING: Dragon Seed Bridal & Photography by Grace Chen
THE ARTS: International Parks by Sarah Hromack
GIVEAWAYS
SPECIAL: The Best of the Bay 2005 Party
The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?
Sunset Promotions: Rachid Taha, 2Mex, the Shapeshifters & Moses Mayes
Xingolati: Groove Cruise of the Pacific
Dinner at Oola
Mushroom Jazz / Om Records Music Package!
MOVIES:
ONGOING: Coupons
Guest Lists & Discounts
Tuesday, June 21, 2005 Show All Events »
The Ditty Bops, Blanche
at Great American Music Hall (8 pm) Music
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The Ditty Bops are the Los Angeles-based duo of Amanda Barrett and Abby DeWald, whose debut recording Here, There, Everywhere, was produced by Mitchell Froom. The pair, also multi-instrumentalists, sing upbeat, harmony-rich, quirky songs against a musical backdrop blending country swing, honky-tonk and ragtime. MORE

Recent Editions
at Gallery Sixteen (9 am - 5 pm) Galleries
Gallery 16 is pleased to present a selection of recent editions from the Gallery 16 Editions program. Gallery 16 has published over two hundred editions with significant contemporary artists since 1993. MORE

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 Show All Events »
Louis XIV
The Peels / The Sheets
at The Fillmore (8:30 pm) Music
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The core unit of San Diego's Louis XIV had originally played together in the rootsy, alt-rocking Convoy, which issued an album called Black Licorice in 2001. Having moved on by 2003, vocalist/guitarists Jason Hill and Brian Karscig and drummer Mark Maigaard hooked up with bassist Jimmy Armbrust and began fleshing out the Louis XIV concept. MORE

Vanity
at Fluid Ultra Lounge (8 pm) Clubs
Hosted by David Soto & Derek with resident DJ Dave Onex and guests. DJs Dimitris Mykonos and Trevor Simpson. MORE

Movin' Out
at American Musical Theatre of San Jose (8 pm) Performance Arts
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Five-time Grammy winner Billy Joel and legendary Director/Choreographer Twyla Tharp have joined forces to create the most spectacular new musical experience to hit Broadway in over a decade. MORE

Thursday, June 23, 2005 Show All Events »
SF Station, NiteVibe and SFVibe invite you to
A Very Happy Hour
FREE PARTY!
at 111 Minna (5 pm - 10 pm) Clubs
SF Station, Nitevibe and SF-Vibe Productions would like to get to know you the community even better. Please join us on Thursday as we bring you a evening of world class lounge beats provided by Rob G (OM Records), JZ (Red Melon) and a live vocal performance by Hillary Hightower along with DJ Tal M. Klein (SF-Vibe). MORE

Stones Throw Tour 2005
starring Madlib, Peanut Butter Wolf, J-Rocc, Med
at Mighty (9 pm - 4 am) Clubs
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The STONES THROW TOUR 2005 rolls into town featuring hip-hop heavyweights Madlib, Med, J-Rocc, & Peanut Butter Wolf performing live on stage at Mighty. MORE

Grand Opening
Funkadelic
at Lit Lounge (9 pm - 2 am) Clubs
Funkadelic is a monthly party happening every third Thursday of the month at Lit Lounge (with the Grand Opening June 23rd). This is an event dedicated to House and Funk groove's, bringing it back old school!!! MORE

Cal Performances presents
The Busker's Opera
at Zellerbach Playhouse (8 pm) Performance Arts
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French-Canadian theatrical visionary Robert Lepage returns to Cal Performances with "The Busker's Opera", a playfully irreverent re-imagining of John Gay’s 18th-century tour-de-force "The Beggar’s Opera". MORE

The Mountain Goats
at Bottom of the Hill (9 pm) Music
The Mountain Goats are one of the more unusual bands to find shelter under the ever-expanding umbrella term indie-rock. MORE

Friday, June 24, 2005 Show All Events »
Moving Units
at Mezzanine (9 pm) Music
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Formed in December 2001 as a response to what the band refers to as "an uninspired music scene," Moving Units are quickly becoming a band to be reckoned with. MORE

Alameda County Fair 2005
Come Out and Play!
at Alameda County Fairgrounds (10 am - 10 pm) Festivals/Fairs
Featuring: Fireworks, games, entertainment, an interactive sports and fitness expo, the cooking academy, karaoke competitions, and tons of rides. MORE

3 Drops of Blood - Installment VI
at Project Artaud (8 pm) Performance Arts
3 Drops of Blood is an ongoing series of unique and varied performances in music, dance, and physical performance. Featuring Myra Melford, Kunst-Stoff, Ledoh, Boris Kovac - Chepikov String Quartet, and Nanos Operetta. MORE

The Slip, Heartless Bastards
at The Independent (9 pm) Music
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After eight years of touring and self producing records, Boston trio The Slip has whittled down their musical prowess into a powerful sound that combines pictorial songwriting and instrumental ingenuity. MORE

Award Winning Improv Comedy with
Big City Improv
at Shelton Theater (10 pm) Performance Arts
Big City Improv has been entertaining crowds from around the world for the past five years. Every scene of every show is based on YOUR suggestions. If you yell it out, they'll act it out. Join the troupe every Friday night at 10pm in downtown San Francisco! MORE

Bari Ziperstein: 10x10 + Marking Time mapping Thought
Opening Reception
at San Francisco Art Commission (6 pm - 8 pm) Galleries
This double exhibition will examine the use of systems by artists. In the South Gallery, Los Angeles-based Bari Ziperstein will to construct an architectural storage site complimented by drawings and silkscreens. MORE

Saturday, June 25, 2005 Show All Events »
Nappy Roots
Colt 75, Vinyl Bros. DJs (Malachi & Marc Stretch)
at Red Devil Lounge (8 pm) Music
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Country and proud of it, Nappy Roots formed in 1995 around a sextet of students attending Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. Four members of the group were Kentucky natives, bolstered by a pair of Oakland-born transplants. MORE

Dyke March
at Dolores Park (3 pm - 7 pm) Parades/Marches
Allow us to welcome you to the 2005 Dyke March! Here you join with other dykes of every stripe and flavor, of myriad nationalities, ethnicities, races and border-transgressions. MORE

Si*Se
DJ Panko (Ojus De Brujo)
at The Independent (9 pm) Music
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Formed in the beginning of 2000 by singer/DJ Carol C. and programmer U.F. Low, Si*Sé bring together a wonderful mix of electronica, soul and latin rhythms. MORE

Get Underground
at Club Six (9 pm - 4 am) Clubs
Featuring DJs: Cat & Jeniluv (Fistfight), Rebecca Watkins (Get Underground), Hector Morales (Robsoul Recordings, Paris), Jah Yzer, Morgan, and TK Disco. MORE

The Golden Hammer
Wounds, Booze, and Forgotten Misconduct
at The Marsh (8 pm) Performance Arts
Ready for some grit? Come along for a ride through East Bay courtrooms where the funk of the street is processed into... what? Justice? MORE

Sunday, June 26, 2005 Show All Events »
San Francisco Pride 2005
Pride Parade & Celebration
at Market Street & Civic Center Plaza (10:30 am - 7 pm) Festivals/Fairs
The parade promptly begins at 10:30am, kicking off with the Women's Motorcycle Contingent, roaring down Market Street with more than 600 "dykes on bikes." Following close behind are over 200 Parade contingents and watching from the sidelines - over one million expectant eyes and ears. MORE

Out at the Library
Celebrating the James C. Hormel Gay & Lesbian Center
at San Francisco Main Public Library (12 noon - 5 pm) Galleries
From boots worn by cross-dressing Civil War surgeon Dr. Mary Walker to classic LGBT pulp paperbacks to the 1978 appointment book of assassinated City Supervisor Harvey Milk, the objects and stories in Out at the Library offer compelling views of both remarkable and ordinary lives. MORE

Monday, June 27, 2005 Show All Events »
The Wallflowers
at The Mountain Winery (7 pm) Music
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Expectations are something Jakob Dylan has lived with from the start, and against long odds, The Wallflowers have by any reasonable standard more than lived up to them with a series of albums. Despite several personnel changes and a glaring industry spotlight that would severely test its fortitude, the band played on. MORE

The Apes, Side on Sound
at Thee Parkside (8 pm) Music
The Apes emerged from the wet, heavy jungle of Washington DC in 1999 to command the rock subculture. Their modus: uniting great warlords, absorbing rogue factions, and educating red-handed guerilla bands with a passionately wayward rock signal. MORE

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