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All Things Peculiar and Nothing Short of a Dark Cabaret

All Things Peculiar and Nothing Short of a Dark Cabaret

It’s difficult to define the strange. What feels oddly peculiarly to one person, might not bear the same uncanny fruit it does for another. When it hits us, though, it’s like the slow buzz from a cocktail: one part curiosity, two parts the thrill of a…

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Bandcamp Throwing Free Party in Oakland for Grand Opening of First Record Store

Bandcamp Throwing Free Party in Oakland for Grand Opening of First Record Store

To celebrate the opening of a new vinyl music shop and performance venue in Oakland next month, online music platform Bandcamp invites the community to attend an all-ages kickoff party with live music by local artists. The company signed a 15-year lease for 5,000-square-foot office…

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Meat Puppets First US Tour in 20+ Years

Meat Puppets First US Tour in 20+ Years

Meat Puppets’ original lineup, Curt and Cris Kirkwood and drummer Derrick Bostrom, will be touring the US in support of their upcoming album Dusty Notes (to be released March 8th / Megaforce). This will be the band’s first tour with their original drummer since 1995….

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SF Gay Men’s Chorus To Open National LGBTQ Center for the Arts on Valencia

SF Gay Men’s Chorus To Open National LGBTQ Center for the Arts on Valencia

The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) announced that the first-ever National LGBTQ Center for the Arts will open in the Bahai building at 170 Valencia Street. The building was designed by architect Harold Stoner and completed in 1930 and is a registered historic site,…

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FOG Art Fair, Trap Kitchen, Heated Rooftop Party, Icebreaker’s Ball

FOG Art Fair, Trap Kitchen, Heated Rooftop Party, Icebreaker’s Ball

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. 13th Annual Icebreaker’s Ball with DJ Icey, Trotter & Special Guests Friday at The Great Northern BUY TICKETS Your Smith + Emily…

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G-Eazy Plays New Parish 10-Year Anniversary & Benefit

G-Eazy Plays New Parish 10-Year Anniversary & Benefit

Rapper G-Eazy returns to the Bay Area for a special performance at the New Parish, in celebration of the venue’s 10-year anniversary, as well as a fundraiser for both Nova Phoenix’s Leukemia Recovery Fund and G-Eazy’s own Endless Summer Fund; established in 2018 to help…

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Burger Boogaloo 2019 Lineup Announced

Burger Boogaloo 2019 Lineup Announced

The tenth anniversary Burger Boogaloo stays true to its punk rock roots and to host, John Waters, as well. July 6th & 7th will be two days of ecclectic, irreverent, classic punk & rock music; all-the-while making a financial commitment to address a critical Bay…

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A New Wine Bar From the Owners of Quince and Cotogna Rolls Into Town

A New Wine Bar From the Owners of Quince and Cotogna Rolls Into Town

When you operate two of San Francisco’s busiest, most beloved restaurants, sometimes you want to cut loose. With the opening of Verjus, the new Jackson Square wine bar and shop, restaurateurs Lindsay and Michael Tusk, the owners of Cotogna and Quince, got the chance to…

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SF Punk Musician Launches New Podcast, OZY Confidential

SF Punk Musician Launches New Podcast, OZY Confidential

Beginning today, post-punk frontman Eugene S. Robinson from Bay Area band, Oxbow, premiers a new podcast series called OZY Confidential, delving into dark, unspoken topics. The grizzly storytelling podcast is hosted by Robinson, Editor-at-Large for Ozy Media, a storytelling outlet based in Mountain View. Robinson…

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The Women’s March Unites the Bay Area

The Women’s March Unites the Bay Area

The Women’s March is a march of victory, a march of power, and a march of support. Victories in women’s rights have been seen throughout the world and in the #MeToo movement, but the movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights,…

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21 Essential SF Beer Week Events: Tater Tots, Pliny Release, Girl Scout Cookie Pairing, Double IPA Festival

21 Essential SF Beer Week Events: Tater Tots, Pliny Release, Girl Scout Cookie Pairing, Double IPA Festival

The annual SF Beer Week, which will take place February 1-10, has announced its 2019 schedule. With over a 100 beer related events to choose from, it can all be overwhelming. Although each event involves some special aspect in beer, be it new productions from…

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Root & Tings is a Soulful Bay Area Collaboration

Root & Tings is a Soulful Bay Area Collaboration

Last week Lateef the Truth Speaker (Quannum Projects and Latyrix) dropped a new single “Class Wars” featuring Gift of Gab and Lyrics Born. As part of that release, the Oakland artist announced a new project with DJ Jah Yzer and Winstrong – Roots & Tings….

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