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Jet’s Murals Explore Community Building Inspired by Folk Art

Jet’s Murals Explore Community Building Inspired by Folk Art

The vibrant multicolored works of Oakland-based muralist Jet Martinez can be found in the streets of San Francisco and adorning urban edifices around the world. Having spent part of his childhood in Morelos, Mexico, his works take inspiration from Mexico’s rich visual culture and folk art, exploring not only…

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The Book of Mormon Scavenger Hunt Comes to SF

The Book of Mormon Scavenger Hunt Comes to SF

On Saturday, May 16, musical fans will embark on a mission through the city to win a pair of tickets to The Book of Mormon at the Orpheum Theatre. From South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q composer Robert Lopez, the wildly…

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Review: Tennis Shines at The Independent

Review: Tennis Shines at The Independent

A haze of heat wave-induced summertime nostalgia was heavy amongst the crowd as Denver’s husband-and-wife duo Tennis took the stage on Thursday night at The Independent. Ailana Moore and Patrick Riley looked like a couple straight off of a Babysitter’s Club book cover, with Moore rocking…

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Petition for Parking Removal Aimed at Eddy Street Drug Dealers

Petition for Parking Removal Aimed at Eddy Street Drug Dealers

Tenderloin residents and community members are collecting signatures for the removal of metered parking on the 100 block of Eddy Street between Mason and Taylor. Petition supporters say that removing parking spaces will aid in decreasing drug activity that cars help to shelter. the block has experienced “a dramatic uptick in…

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Q&A: Hannibal Buress Brings ‘Camisado’ to SF Before Targeting Bieber

Q&A: Hannibal Buress Brings ‘Camisado’ to SF Before Targeting Bieber

Comedian Hannibal Buress’s aptly titled Comedy Camisado tour storms the Nourse Theatre for some seriously funny ass kicking on Thursday, Feb. 26th. When not on tour, the former SNL and 30 Rock writer has been spending much of his downtime coming up with nasty things to say to Justin Bieber. He can…

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Party for a Good Cause With Valentine’s Day Undie Run

Party for a Good Cause With Valentine’s Day Undie Run

This Valentine’s Day, Cupid’s Undie Run joins the ranks of some of SF’s best scantily clad events in support of The Children’s Tumor Foundation.

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Q&A: In Familiar Company With Oakland’s Forrest Day

Q&A: In Familiar Company With Oakland’s Forrest Day

Following the 2013 release of their sophomore album The Second, Forrest Day’s latest EP Familiar Company arrived in January, satiating fans with a mix of new and old material while the band’s next two full-length albums are in the works. The band of Oakland locals…

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10 Highlights From the SF Beer Week Schedule

10 Highlights From the SF Beer Week Schedule

SF Beer Week 2015 will celebrate the unique craft brew culture of Northern California alongside some of the world’s most reputable breweries, featuring more than 600 events across the Bay Area from Feb. 6 to Feb. 15.

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10 Highlights From the SF Sketchfest Schedule

10 Highlights From the SF Sketchfest Schedule

With a diverse lineup of comedic performances, film screenings, tributes and panel discussions from Jan. 22 to Feb. 8, the 13th Annual SF Sketchfest has the potential to be the funniest two weeks of 2015.

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Dunkin’ Donuts Announces Plan for New Bay Area Locations

Dunkin’ Donuts Announces Plan for New Bay Area Locations

Boston will get a taste of “Kung Fu Panda” action with the recent acquisition of Giants third-base slugger Pablo Sandoval, and now the Bay Area will get a taste of East Coast staple Dunkin’ Donuts after the announcement of more than 200 new locations of…

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New Art Show Pays Tribute to Christopher Walken

New Art Show Pays Tribute to Christopher Walken

Dust off your cowbells. Ezra and Julia Croft, the husband and wife duo behind the wildly successful “Nicolas Cage Art Show” and “The Murray Affair,” return to pay tribute to another legend on November 28 with “The Walken Situation: an all Christopher Walken Art Exhibit.”

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Kickstarter Campaign Aims to Raise Funds for Emperor Norton Documentary

Kickstarter Campaign Aims to Raise Funds for Emperor Norton Documentary

On September 17, 1859, a man adorned in a beaver hat and ostrich plume marched into the office of the San Francisco Bulletin and handed over a Proclamation declaring himself Norton the First, Emperor of the United States. Filmmaker Jesse Chandler’s Kickstarter campaign plans to pay tribute to…

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