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Lineup Announcement: 35th San Francisco Jazz Festival & 2017 Summer Sessions

Lineup Announcement: 35th San Francisco Jazz Festival & 2017 Summer Sessions

SFJAZZ has announced the programming for the 35th annual San Francisco Jazz Festival and Summer Sessions. The SF Jazz Festival will include 43 shows; an ambitious schedule to include 13 days of acts, in five different venues around San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood. Some of…

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Ruby Skye & Slide Lounge Closing Later This Year, New Music Hall & Bowling Alley in the Works

Ruby Skye & Slide Lounge Closing Later This Year, New Music Hall & Bowling Alley in the Works

The 17-year-old electronic nightclub Ruby Skye and the adjacent downstairs Slide Lounge will close by the end of 2017. The new owners are planning for a total overhaul and will combine the two locations into one space with a music hall, restaurant, bar, and bowling…

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Dirtybird BBQ Tour Returns to Treasure Island

Dirtybird BBQ Tour Returns to Treasure Island

All the nice, warm weather means it’s almost time to fire up the grill and pump up the volume. And who better to lead the call than San Francisco’s Dirtybird Records crew. This summer they will embark on their much-anticipated nationwide BBQ tour, starting in…

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2017 How Weird Street Faire: Music, Visionary Art, Tech & Trippy Poster Art

2017 How Weird Street Faire: Music, Visionary Art, Tech & Trippy Poster Art

Known for groundbreaking creative events, the organizers of the 18th Annual How Weird Street Faire have been busy planning new ways to wow crowds—even jaded San Franciscans who experience “weird” on a regular basis. The theme for 2017 is “Summer of Weird,” honoring the 50th anniversary of…

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Lineup Announcement: Phono del Sol Brings Together National & Local Music for Fun in the Sun

Lineup Announcement: Phono del Sol Brings Together National & Local Music for Fun in the Sun

Neighborhood-friendly not-for-profit festival Phono del Sol has just announced the music lineup for their 7th annual 2017 event, which includes a variety of national acts and exciting up-and-comers. Most of the talent is from the Bay Area, including San Francisco’s own Thee Oh Sees headlining…

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Two New SoMa Eateries Open Next to f8 Nightclub

Two New SoMa Eateries Open Next to f8 Nightclub

To replace the void left by SoMa comfort food locale Citizen’s Band and neighborhood favorite Pinkie’s Bakery, two new dining options just recently opened in their place. El Capitan Taqueria, as well as Anton’s Pizza and Deli, should be decent pre-game options for those looking…

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New Cocktail Bar ‘The Douglas Room’ Opens Inside Remodeled Tilden Hotel

New Cocktail Bar ‘The Douglas Room’ Opens Inside Remodeled Tilden Hotel

After some recent renovations at the Tilden Hotel in Union Square, a new 45-seat bar called The Douglas Room opened up last month. The space embodies a ’50s era ambiance, offering up some signature cocktails and late night bites. This destination is the latest project…

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Japan’s Hitachino Beer & Wagyu Opens First U.S. Location in SF

Japan’s Hitachino Beer & Wagyu Opens First U.S. Location in SF

Chef Noriyuki Sugie from Hitachi, Japan recently opened a new restaurant in Lower Nob Hill based on Kappo, a Japanese style of eating focused on pairing delicious food items with beer or wine. Hitachino Beer & Wagyu serves the highest grades of Hitachi wagyu beef from the…

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Just Announced: $10 Hamilton Lottery Tickets

Just Announced: $10 Hamilton Lottery Tickets

The producer for the world’s most popular Broadway musical Hamilton announced a digital lottery for $10 tickets to the upcoming San Francisco shows. These tickets will begin in conjunction with the show’s first performance in San Francisco SHN Orpheum Theatre (1192 Market Street at Hyde…

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Family-Style Meals, Fundraising & SF Incubator Kitchen La Cocina’s First Restaurant Week

Family-Style Meals, Fundraising & SF Incubator Kitchen La Cocina’s First Restaurant Week

Restaurant incubator La Cocina has been wowing the Bay Area with their entrepreneurial spirit and culinary powers. Now the group has organized their first La Cocina Restaurant Week which will serve as a week-long opportunity for diners to find out just what these chefs are…

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Chinatown Adds Mega Grocery, Retail, and Multi-Restaurant Space ‘China Live’

Chinatown Adds Mega Grocery, Retail, and Multi-Restaurant Space ‘China Live’

A $20 million, 30,000-square-foot space called China Live is now open in Chinatown. After three years of development and hiring 90 employees, the massive project, created by veteran restaurateur George Chen (Betelnut) and his partner Cindy Wong-Chen, is ready for primetime. As of March 1st,…

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Vote for the SF Pride 2017 Community Grand Marshals

Vote for the SF Pride 2017 Community Grand Marshals

Ever year, the public has the opportunity to vote for a hardworking individual and an organization to be honored at the SF Pride parade and celebration. All of the 2017 nominees for SF Pride Community Grand Marshal have contributed to the strength, beauty, and complex…

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