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Stuck in post-World Cup doldrums? Ease back into reality and a regular sleep schedule with one last taste of international competition at Bastille Day Dance Off. The U.S. will face France on the dance floor as DJs spin mod, pop, indie, and new wave from both countries at the Make-Out Room - just don't invite your Spanish friends! If you are in need of more immediate action, see what Lil' Kim is up to these days during her performance tonight at the Rrazz Room. There's more throwback action at Hot Wax '80s Ladies Edition. Indie rock stalwarts the New Pornographers make Bay Area stops this week, and locals The Stone Foxes celebrate their latest release at Café du Nord. If you still need some time to give your ears a rest from the incessant vuvuzela, hide out at the Silent Film Festival or get out and stretch your legs for a good cause at AIDS Walk San Francisco 2010.

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Tuesday, July 13, 2010
at The Rrazz Room at Hotel Nikko (10pm)

After making her presence known on Junior M.A.F.I.A.'s debut album, Conspiracy, Lil' Kim launched a solo career in 1996 with the release of her first record, Hard Core. As the album's title implies, Kim was a rarity among female rappers -- one who not only concentrated on edgy hardcore rap but also explicit sexuality, two territories that had long been the province of male rappers...
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
at Ruby Skye (8pm)

Complimentary French food tasting from 8pm to 9:30pm. Influenced by the harder, more electro progressive European house, Frenchy started to play these records that struck a cord with SF music industry professionals and party goers. His style has slowly changed to the "big room" sound, with vocal driven high-energy...
at Make-Out Room (9pm)

Dance to your favorite mod, pop, indie, new wave, and punk music from France and the U.S.
at SOM (9pm)

Spinning Funk, Boogie, Electro, House, and even Dancehall to mash up the place...
Thursday, July 15, 2010
at Castro Theatre (see listing for times)

The film industry has come a long way since its humble beginnings in the late 19th century. Before "talkies" became popular in the 1920-30's, countries from all over the world taught audiences to appreciate the new art form, combining theatrical expressionism utilized by actors...
at 222 Club (9pm - 2am)

This month, we pay tribute to the ladies of the '80s who put it down on record and on the dancefloor through the sounds of soul, boogie and R&B...
Wicked
Friday, July 16, 2010
at Belden (all day)

Presented by Rebel Bass Collective: RBC has brought you the Purgatory Cruiser, The Bassment, Bumpin Buddha, Neuroweapon, and The Big Bounce 2009. Join Rebel Bass Collective as they unveil their next brainchild...Vaikhari.
at Electric Works (6pm - 8pm)

Electric Works is pleased to welcome Dave Eggers to the gallery for "It Is Right To Draw Their Fur.", his first solo exhibition. Working in the vernacular of political propaganda posters, these deftly executed grease pencil drawings feature an ongoing cast of fur...
at Greek Theatre (8pm)

Michael Franti is not only a musician and activist, but also an award-winning documentary filmmaker (I Know I'm Not Alone, documenting his time in the war torn areas of Iraq, Israel and Palestine), author (What I Be, Michael's first children's book) and promoter...
at Ruby Skye (9pm)

From crafting the title track on Kylie Minogue's "Boombox" EP to remixing rock tunes by Weezer for top-selling Sony Playstation games, LA Riots plays to its production precision in the studio, then bringing the party straight to the decks...
at Mighty (10pm)

We are very pleased and excited to present the US debut of Get Physical's latest spectacle, the French duo, Nôze! A free-wheeling, fun-loving, genre-bending electronica outfit whose records are just as likely to recall improvisatory 1920s Parisian jazz blow-outs...
Saturday, July 17, 2010
at McLaren Park (noon - 6pm)

Mission Creek Music & Arts Festival (MCMAF or "Mission Creek") presents music, dance, film, visual arts and cross-disciplinary performances for Bay Area audiences...
at SOMArts Cultural Center (Gallery) (9pm)

This exhibition features artwork and performances by the populist yet amorphous group The Something arranged by Justin Hurty, a special series of film installations from the Oddball Films archivist and director Steven Parr, a collection of locally produced ambient sound and video installations...
at Paradise Lounge (9pm)

For Fans Of Bugged Out Disco & Jackin House Trax...
at Cafe du Nord (9:30pm)

It's not just great song writing, warm guitars, a nut-tight rhythm section, and the occasional blues harp riffs that make The Stone Foxes' second album, Bears and Bulls, so good; the Bay Area four-piece consisting of brothers...
Sunday, July 18, 2010
at Golden Gate Park (9am)

Funds raised by AIDS Walk San Francisco enable the foundation to provide services that improve the quality of life for thousands of people living with HIV/AIDS and focus prevention efforts on those at greatest risk of contracting the disease. With a goal of radically reducing the number of new HIV infections in San Francisco over the next five years...
at Community Music Center (7pm)

Ever wanted a closer look at the gear on stage? Wish you could try it yourself? Touch the Gear is Outsound's free workshop that allows audiences to roam among artists and their sonic inventions, asking questions, making noise and learning how these often one-of-a-kind set-ups work. It's a hands-on, family-friendly environment that demystifies the technology...
at Fox Theater - Oakland (7:30pm)

The New Pornographers featuring A.C. Newman, Blaine Thurier, Dan Bejar, John Collins, Kathryn Calder, Kurt Dahle, Neko Case and Todd Fancey have already done everything they can do, in some senses. They have had songs in films and on television...
at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (8pm)

Nomadic genre bending music fronted by the charismatic Sistah K, with Berber, Algerian, Sephardi, Ashkenazi and French influences direct from Marseilles, France... "controlled chaos in action." - NPR. With a Bay Area band founded by Jewlia Eisenberg, renowned for its eerie harmony, hot rhythm and radical braininess..."
at Amnesia (9pm)

"Ash Reiter is a delightful young talent with already well-developed songwriting skills. Her voice could be compared to any number of familiar names, Zooey Deschanel or Jolie Holland being the most readily available..."
Monday, July 19, 2010
at African American Arts Cultural Complex (8pm)

A day in the life of a San Francisco bus stop, the play goes from stop to stop as the audience meets the players who are sure to astound you. From Phil, the Vietnam Vet to Jamie, the Latino juvenile, to Tommy, the angry punk kid, the characters find themselves in bizarre...
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