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An Evening with Rolling Stone Photographer Baron Wolman

An Evening with Rolling Stone Photographer Baron Wolman

Meet the first Chief Photographer for Rolling Stone magazine, Baron Wolman, this Friday, October 19th, during a special event at Hotel Zeppelin. Ten of his original photographs will be on display and Wolman will lead an exclusive presentation of his work at the first Woodstock….

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Hue Nightclub’s Claims Against the SFPD Brought to Light

Hue Nightclub’s Claims Against the SFPD Brought to Light

For the past few years, Hue Nightclub claims that it has been the target of an ongoing campaign by the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) to close or bankrupt the club. This explosive accusation coincides with a civil-rights lawsuit recently filed by Bennett Montoya, the…

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Burning Man Reveals Its Theme for 2019: Metamorphoses

Burning Man Reveals Its Theme for 2019: Metamorphoses

Each year, organizers of Burning Man select a theme to inspire creative, experimental, and interactive contributions in mediums like sculpture, buildings, performance, and art cars. The 2019 theme has been chosen. It will be Metamorphoses. The Burning Man community explores artistic self-expression. Participation and talent…

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Ghost Ship Halloween: Barco Fantasma Cancelled

Ghost Ship Halloween: Barco Fantasma Cancelled

After a decade of annual Halloween parties, the organizers of the annual Ghost Ship have canceled this year’s music event at SVN West. Each Ghost Ship invited musicians an artists to display their talents to thousands through an interactive experience bound together by a theme;…

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15th Anniversary of SF Trolley Dances Travels from Mission Bay to SFMOMA

15th Anniversary of SF Trolley Dances Travels from Mission Bay to SFMOMA

October 8 Update: Due to the continued closure of Salesforce Park while construction crews repair two cracked beams, Epiphany Dance Theater and Biederman Redevelopment Ventures have decided to cancel Transit Dances: Night Trolley. It was originally scheduled for this Friday, October 12, but now the…

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Elbo Room Extends Lease to Stay in the Mission Until 2019

Elbo Room Extends Lease to Stay in the Mission Until 2019

Update: “With a heavy heart, we need to announce that the last day of Elbo Room SF will be January 1st, 2019. The building is officially on the market and the lease is not being renewed. Erik Cantu & I (Matt Shapiro) bought the bar…

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SnowGlobe Music Festival 2018 Returns to Lake Tahoe with Above & Beyond, Diplo, Eric Prydz

SnowGlobe Music Festival 2018 Returns to Lake Tahoe with Above & Beyond, Diplo, Eric Prydz

It’s never too early to finalize your New Year’s Eve plans. Organizers have revealed an insane, electronic-heavy lineup for the 8th Annual SnowGlobe Festival in South Lake Tahoe; headlined by trance act Above & Beyond, dance titan Diplo, and progressive house legend Eric Prydz. The…

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5 Facts about Spike Lee’s Newest Film ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Before SFFILM’s Onstage Tribute & Screening

5 Facts about Spike Lee’s Newest Film ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Before SFFILM’s Onstage Tribute & Screening

Filmmaker Spike Lee will be a guest of honor in San Francisco next week, as he gives an in-depth onstage conversation about his career and creative process, followed by a screening of his latest film, BlacKkKlansman. For Spike Lee’s film, he is struck by the current and impossible-to-ignore prevalence of…

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FREE Event: Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage Celebrates 50 Years with Cross-Cultural Music Fest

FREE Event: Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage Celebrates 50 Years with Cross-Cultural Music Fest

Berkeley cultural institution and not-for-profit organization Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse wants to thank the local community for 50 years of support by hosting a free festival this Saturday. The block party style event will host music inside and outside the coffeehouse on three stages, along…

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A New Theater Show in Oakland is Bringing the Barbary Coast Era to Life Inside a Big Top Circus Tent

A New Theater Show in Oakland is Bringing the Barbary Coast Era to Life Inside a Big Top Circus Tent

An immersive, circus-infused, scandalous, and historic dinner-theater experience is coming to downtown Oakland this month. The Soiled Dove, inspired by the Bay Area’s notorious Gold Rush & Barbary Coast era, kicks off September 28, with shows every Friday and Saturday evenings through November 17. The…

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15 Videos to Get You Hyped for Hip-Hop Music Festival ‘Rolling Loud Bay Area’

15 Videos to Get You Hyped for Hip-Hop Music Festival ‘Rolling Loud Bay Area’

For the second consecutive year, multi-city hip-hop music festival Rolling Loud will once again bring a star-studded lineup of rap titans, rising stars, and regional favorites to the Bay Area this month. Headlining the two-day event this year are notorious talents like Wiz Khalifa, Lil…

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Boozy Events Preview: California Rum Fest, Bacon and Beer Classic, Mexico in a Bottle

Boozy Events Preview: California Rum Fest, Bacon and Beer Classic, Mexico in a Bottle

Whether you prefer cocktails, spirits, or beer, be selective. With this directive, we get choosy, narrow down the many drinking adventures coming to San Francisco, and select three unique events that we hope you’ll enjoy. The California Rum Fest takes place this weekend, while the…

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