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Romeo & Juliet Under a Summer San Francisco Sky

<em>Romeo & Juliet</em> Under a Summer San Francisco Sky

San Francisco Opera is inviting everyone to Oracle Park for a fun show that takes advantage of the unique setting on the Bay and the stadium’s amazing video screen. It’ll be the only place where you can enjoy both garlic fries and two of the…

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Review: Ambient Electronic Icon Tycho Dazzles at Surprise SF Show

Review: Ambient Electronic Icon Tycho Dazzles at Surprise SF Show

To celebrate last Friday’s release of new album, Weather, downtempo organic music project Tycho played a surprise show at The Independent Tuesday evening; to the delight of fans looking for an early weekday adventure. Except for the DJ sets by Popscene creator Aaron Axelsen before…

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Photos: Tycho Performing Entire New Album “Weather” at The Independent

Photos: Tycho Performing Entire New Album “Weather” at The Independent

Tycho (Scott Hanson/ISO50) announced his new album Weather out on Ninja Tune (also available on Bandcamp) July 12th along with a special free show for fans in San Francisco on Tuesday July 16th. Photos by Stewart Tomassian. View this post on Instagram #tycho album release…

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HowWeird In a Club, It’s Hello Freaks

HowWeird In a Club, It’s <em>Hello Freaks</em>

Temple SF is getting ready to put on a series of parties that will bring your inner freak out onto the dance floor. The party is Hello Freaks and the goal is simple: come out, have fun with the jungle theme & Brazilian vibes, and…

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Q&A: RÜFÜS DU SOL Play Back-to-Back Sold Out Shows in Berkeley

Q&A: RÜFÜS DU SOL Play Back-to-Back Sold Out Shows in Berkeley

Australian live electronic trio RÜFÜS DU SOL has two global tour stops at the Greek Theatre this week in support of their third album, Solace. The band consists of lead vocalist Tyrone Lindqvist, keyboardist Jon George, and drummer James Hunt. Collectively they create anthemic, house-inspired…

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Readings and Plays Highlight the Bay Area Playwrights Festival

Readings and Plays Highlight the Bay Area Playwrights Festival

The Bay Area Playwrights Festival, now in its 42nd year, brings two weekends of readings and plays to the Bay Area… plays that are both inspirational and provocative. For audiences, it’s a chance to see playwrights working in an intimate setting. ~~~~~~~~ Plays include:  …

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Celebrate All Things Filipino at Undiscovered SF

Celebrate All Things Filipino at Undiscovered SF

A couple of years ago, when a large swath of SoMa was declared SOMA Pilipinas, San Francisco officially recognized Filipinos place in and contributions to the city. It had previously been a little known fact that for over five decades or so, thousands of Filipinos…

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Beautiful Bloody Mary

Beautiful Bloody Mary

We all know that the Bloody Mary is a stellar brunch cocktail because of its bright blend of tomato spiciness, vodka, and veggies. Plus it’s a great “hair of the dog” drink right up there with the Michelada. So, in celebration of this classic drink,…

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Dirty Projectors and Deerhunter play The Fillmore July 18th

Dirty Projectors and Deerhunter play The Fillmore July 18th

This July, The Fillmore hosts a rather unlikely but complimentary duo of performers: the happy, poppy tunes of The Dirty Projectors, and the darker, headier pop of Deerhunter. As a quick housekeeping note, this show was originally scheduled to be at The Masonic and was…

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Interview: The Head & The Heart Conclude Living Mirage Tour with Final Show in SF

Interview: The Head & The Heart Conclude <em>Living Mirage</em> Tour with Final Show in SF

Folk-rock band The Head and the Heart wrap up their current U.S. tour, in support of their newly released album Living Mirage, with a final stop this July 26th at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The band has gone through transformational change in recent years; using…

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The Mayor Wants to Make Throwing a Block Party a Bit Easier

The Mayor Wants to Make Throwing a Block Party a Bit Easier

The stories of throwing a block party are anathema. The process of putting on a city-sanctioned event is riddled with paperwork and permits, making it all but next to impossible for smaller groups to navigate. For example, there are forms from the Entertainment Commission, Fire…

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Interview: Ken Burns to Preview New Documentary Country Music at the Palace of Fine Arts

Interview: Ken Burns to Preview New Documentary <em>Country Music</em> at the Palace of Fine Arts

Country Music, the newest documentary directed by renowned filmmaker Ken Burns, will be previewed at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco ahead of the film’s September 15th premiere on PBS. The eight-part, 16-hour film tells the history of country music from the Carter…

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