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Black Cobra and BBQ at Bottom of the Hill

Black Cobra and BBQ at Bottom of the Hill

It’s summer. And fourth of July weekend is coming soon. What’s a metal head to do? Put on a polo shirt, shorts and sandals? There’s got to be a better way to celebrate. Luckily there is. Bottom of the Hill has a rockin’ daytime show…

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Interview: Big Wild Returns to Northern Nights Music Festival

Interview: Big Wild Returns to Northern Nights Music Festival

Jackson Stell, known as Big Wild, will be making his second appearance at Northern Nights Music Festival (NNMF) next month. Originally from the East Coast, Big Wild started seeing the fruits of his labor as an established music producer after moving to Cali. Although he…

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Why You Should Go See The Scientists at Burger Boogaloo

Why You Should Go See The Scientists at Burger Boogaloo

“In my heart, there’s a place call swampland: 9 parts water, 1 part sand.” The Scientists have been called the most influential punk band in Australia. Born in Perth, they’ve got a unique sound that surpasses the “punk” genre. These boys feature waving surf-touched guitars,…

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Oakland’s Elbo Room Gifts Us Perhapsy, Half Stack, Ryan Pollie

Oakland’s Elbo Room Gifts Us Perhapsy, Half Stack, Ryan Pollie

After The Elbo Room opened its new location in Jack London Square, they’ve been seeing some killer shows coming through. This Thursday, June 20th is a fine example. It’s one of those rare bills where each of these artists is so solid, you want to…

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2019 High Sierra Music Festival Preview: Musicians Love Northern California

2019 High Sierra Music Festival Preview: Musicians Love Northern California

The 29th Annual High Sierra Music Festival in the mountains east of Chico, is fast approaching; taking place over the 4th of July weekend. It’s a four-day outdoor music gathering with a unique spirit and vibe. The music is full of NorCal acts and jam…

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Finding OTHER Futures at Gray Area

Finding <em>OTHER</em> Futures at Gray Area

This Friday, artists at Gray Area will share their own retelling of history through sound and visual performance. Guided by different experiences, backgrounds and motivations, each work navigates alternate views of what the future future might look like. OTHER Futures, is headlined by the duo, Miao Jing (visual artist,…

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Transbay Transit Center Fixed, Reopens July 1st

Transbay Transit Center Fixed, Reopens July 1st

Eight months after cracked steel girders were found and forced its closure, the Salesforce/Transbay Transit Center, and likely the Salesforce rooftop park, will reopen on July 1 at 6am. ~~~~~~~~   Update: Twenty-three regularly occurring free programs, as well as daily amenity areas – a…

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Free Swimming at San Francisco Pools, Where and When to Go

Free Swimming at San Francisco Pools, Where and When to Go

Beat the heat with a few laps or a recreational swim at one of the many pools offered by the SF Recreation and Parks Department. Today’s heat advisory has extended the pools free day to today where it’s expected to reach at least 91 degrees….

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Radiohead Gives the Finger to Hackers and Supports a Worthy Cause By Doing So

Radiohead Gives the Finger to Hackers and Supports a Worthy Cause By Doing So

In true Radiohead fashion, when hours of unreleased material from Radiohead’s “OK Computer” Minidiscs recordings were stolen and ransomed for $150k, the band decided to release the songs on Bandcamp instead. Included in release are unfinished / unreleased song snippets, acoustic demos, and early versions…

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SF Mime Troupe Celebrates 60 Years of Comedic Theater

SF Mime Troupe Celebrates 60 Years of Comedic Theater

The San Francisco Mime Troupe (SFMT) is back for its 60th year; delighting audiences with satirical, political theater, while calling out the craziness of contemporary life. If you haven’t seen the troupe before, their free performances (donations welcomed) are most often set in a park…

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Native Cat Recordings – Why Jenny Gillespie Mason Founded a Feminist Label

Native Cat Recordings – Why Jenny Gillespie Mason Founded a Feminist Label

“It’s so wonderful to be able to offer the gift of a home for these artists that are so incredible.” After years of putting out her own records, Jenny Gillespie Mason did what a lot of us are too afraid to do: she started a…

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Summer Jazz is Filling the Air

Summer Jazz is Filling the Air

With the Healdsburg Jazz Festival finishing up this weekend (ends June 9th) and the SFJAZZ Festival gearing up (Free Kickoff Party on June 11th and the festival runs June 11th – 23rd), it’s clear, we’re in prime jazz season. And three more big “can’t miss”…

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