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Teachers Get a Free Burger on Super Duper Day

Teachers Get a Free Burger on Super Duper Day

Super Duper Burgers is celebrating the 9th Annual Super Duper Day on Monday, April 29th. There are two pretty cool ways they’re giving back to say thank you to their customers as part of the celebration. From 5pm to 8pm, any teacher with a valid…

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Shocked to Hear That Beach Blanket’s Amazing 45 Year Run Is Coming to an End

Shocked to Hear That Beach Blanket’s Amazing 45 Year Run Is Coming to an End

With a bit of shock, the news that Beach Blanket Babylon’s long run would end this year took a moment to register. It was kind of like hearing that Disneyland would be closing for good. I’d never considered any alternative; except that the show would…

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MUSH is More Than Just Mashed Food, It’s an Upcoming Concert Series in Oakland

MUSH is More Than Just Mashed Food, It’s an Upcoming Concert Series in Oakland

The first edition of the MUSH concert series, by BFF.fm, features artists who represent Oakland’s diverse indie music scene. The first of four free concerts takes place on May 9th, 6:30pm – 9pm. The concert series then continues every other Thursday through June at the…

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Shannon Shaw’s Solo Tour Comes to The Chapel

Shannon Shaw’s Solo Tour Comes to The Chapel

Shannon Shaw is not just the front woman of one of Oakland’s most kick-ass bands and she’s not just a killer vocalist – bassist; she’s a genuinely kind person with an accessibility that’s hard to come by. There’s an air of purity surrounding Shannon Shaw,…

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Five Years of Lips & Rhythm Records

Five Years of Lips & Rhythm Records

Lips & Rhythm is a San Francisco-based record label and weekly radio program that highlights eclectic dance music. On Sunday, May 19th, 12 noon – 6pm, their crew invites everyone who loves electronic music to celebrate the Lips & Rhythm Records Five Year Anniversary with…

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The Best Brunch and Breakfast Spots You Need Right Now

The Best Brunch and Breakfast Spots You Need Right Now

Breakfast and brunch, no matter how you spin them, will always have egg and carb dreams to cater to. The smells of coffee, eggs, bacon, hashbrowns and pancakes make the beloved tradition comforting and hearty, but also expected. That’s why, when a place comes along…

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The Bay’s Curiosity in 3,900 Questions and Counting

The Bay’s Curiosity in 3,900 Questions and Counting

There’s a limit to the questions Siri and Alexa can answer for you. You might get a few hits on a subject, but it’s not in their wheelhouse to explain how stories have changed across tradition or time. Who invented the martini? Is there a San Francisco accent? Is the…

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The Bay Area’s 420 Event Guide 2019

The Bay Area’s 420 Event Guide 2019

What started as a humble 4:20pm after-school smoking session in San Rafael has become a global phenomenon: when it’s April 20 (4/20), stoners everywhere celebrate by getting high. And since it started here, it’s no surprise that 420 in the Bay Area is full of…

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Record Store Day 2019: Where to Go and What to Find

Record Store Day 2019: Where to Go and What to Find

This Saturday is Record Store Day; a national celebration of record store culture and a promotion of independent record stores with special releases and other fun activities. The Department of Record Stores organizes the annual event in partnership with the Alliance of Independent Media Stores…

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Get the Jump on Summer with the Hacienda Party on Treasure Island

Get the Jump on Summer with the Hacienda Party on Treasure Island

Opel & Deep Blue want to help you get an early start to your summer with a party that brings back memories of bbq’ing in the sun at the park. So, they’re putting on a day party called Hacienda; turning the Great Lawn on Treasure…

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Animal Collective’s Avey Tare Visits The Chapel with Fresh Tunes

Animal Collective’s Avey Tare Visits The Chapel with Fresh Tunes

Musician David Portner, co-founder of experimental pop band Animal Collective, and known by his performance moniker Avey Tare, has a show stop at The Chapel next week in support of his latest solo album, Cows on Hourglass Pond. The new record is the third solo…

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The Kindness in Emily Brown’s Bees

The Kindness in Emily Brown’s Bees

Emily Brown’s music is somewhere between baroque pop and gentle folk music — think vocals like Karen Peris (The Innocence Mission), Judy Collins, hints of Dusty Springfield, compositions like Joanna Newsom, and something else that’s hard to put a finger on. Last summer’s album Bee…

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