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Napa’s BottleRock Festival Reveals Culinary Headliners Plus Celebrity Guests (Martha Stewart, Ayesha Curry & More)

Napa’s BottleRock Festival Reveals Culinary Headliners Plus Celebrity Guests (Martha Stewart, Ayesha Curry & More)

The musical lineup for BottleRock Napa Valley was released back in January and this week the festival announced the headliners and special celebrity guests that will appear on the Williams-Sonoma Culinary Stage. Leading the bill is food industry legend Martha Stewart, Spanish-American chef José Andrés,…

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Sell the Heart Records Supports Local Charity Through Fugazi Tribute Album

Sell the Heart Records Supports Local Charity Through Fugazi Tribute Album

Sell the Heart Records, a Bay Area indie label who’s released records by Snipers and Goodriddler, is set to release Everybody Wants Somewhere: A Tribute to Fugazi. Proceeds from the album are also helping to support Taking it to the Streets, a non-profit organization, formed in 2014, that…

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2017 Mission Crit Bike Race Draws Professional Cyclists Worldwide

2017 Mission Crit Bike Race Draws Professional Cyclists Worldwide

This Saturday, April 22nd, Mission Crit, which organizes the city’s only fixed-gear cycling competition, will celebrate another year of pitting both experienced and novice cyclists against one another for a thrilling 40-minute race on a short, technical course in the Mission District. This is the…

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Massive Power Outage in San Francisco Today, Thousands Still Without Power

Massive Power Outage in San Francisco Today, Thousands Still Without Power

More than 95,000 people were without power today, according to ABC7 News. Update: Most of San Francisco power restored, new estimate of time until full return of power to remaining 3,000 is 5pm, according to Mayor Ed Lee and PG&E. Happy to report no major…

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Seize the Weekend: 10 Top Picks for the San Francisco Bay Area

Seize the Weekend: 10 Top Picks for the San Francisco Bay Area

Praise the powers that be, the weekend is here! Between Earth Day, free activities, outdoor day parties and Berlin DJs playing well into the night, there are a lot of options for everyone. Here are some top picks to get you started. AYLI presents Unabridged…

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Lineup Announcement: Northern Nights Music Festival Reveals Phase One Acts

Lineup Announcement: Northern Nights Music Festival Reveals Phase One Acts

The 5th Annual Northern Nights Music Festival will once again return to the Emerald Triangle located in California’s picturesque Redwood Curtain. Cooks Valley Campground will come alive July 14-16 with a legendary lineup featuring West Coast hip hop collective Living Legends, southern funk duo Cherub,…

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Q&A: The M Machine’s Debut Album & San Francisco Roots

Q&A: The M Machine’s Debut Album & San Francisco Roots

San Francisco-based duo The M Machine has called this city home for almost a decade now. From their early days as recent college grads taking classes at Pyramind Music Production School, to writing the great majority of their discography living in a warehouse/artist collective (formerly…

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‘David Lynch: The Art Life’ Offers New In-Depth Portrait of the Mysterious Director

‘David Lynch: The Art Life’ Offers New In-Depth Portrait of the Mysterious Director

David Lynch is one very mysterious guy and now the subject of a newly released documentary that’s making its way to the Roxie Theater. And while many, including myself, often feel shorted when the credits roll up at the end of one of his films…

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10 Mind-Altering Sessions at Oakland’s Psychedelic Science Conference

10 Mind-Altering Sessions at Oakland’s Psychedelic Science Conference

No, you’re not hallucinating-it’s true. The Psychedelic Science Conference is returning to the East Bay this month with more than three days of events and programming that explores the latest in psychedelic drug research. The conference, happening April 21st-23rd at the Oakland Marriott City Center,…

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Monterey Pop Festival Lineup: Jack Johnson, Phil Lesh, Leon Bridges, Father John Misty, Kurt Vile

Monterey Pop Festival Lineup: Jack Johnson, Phil Lesh, Leon Bridges, Father John Misty, Kurt Vile

For the 50 year celebration of the Monterey Pop Festival, two major event producers have joined forces to bring Jack Johnson, Phil Lesh, Leon Bridges, Dr. Dog, Eric Burdon & The Animals and more to the Monterey County Fairgrounds from June 16th-18th. “How do you…

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Coachella Weekend One Highlights: Drake, Drones, Kendrick Lamar and New Lady Gaga Song

Coachella Weekend One Highlights: Drake, Drones, Kendrick Lamar and New Lady Gaga Song

More than 100,000 people gathered in Indio this past weekend for the annual Coachella Valley Music Festival. Despite the last-minute substitution of Lady Gaga in place of Beyonce, the festival was nothing but idyllic and borderline flawless. From a surprise guest appearance by Drake to…

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A Perfect Circle Maintains Supergroup Status, Plays New Song ‘Feathers’ at Bill Graham Civic

A Perfect Circle Maintains Supergroup Status, Plays New Song ‘Feathers’ at Bill Graham Civic

The mystifying Maynard James Keenan and his “supergroup,” A Perfect Circle, played at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium Thursday night as a part of their first tour since 2013. I first saw A Perfect Circle in 2003 in support of their sophomore record, Thirteenth Step….

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