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Monday Mix: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area This Week

Monday Mix: Tracks from Bands in the Bay Area This Week

The Bay Area has officially been taken over by music! During this week between the TI Music Festival and the upcoming Bridge School Benefit, there are still tons of shows and concerts.

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Opening Reception For “Numina Femenina”

Opening Reception For “Numina Femenina”

Celebrate and commemorate women of Latin origin and all their contributions to the visual arts at an exhibition presented by the Consulate General of Mexico this Thursday.

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Bridge School 25th Anniversary Screening

Bridge School 25th Anniversary Screening

A special screening with highlights from performances throughout the the Bridge School Benefit’s 25 years arrives in San Francisco for one day only on October 25th.

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Chain Gang 1974 and Jesse F Keeler at Mezzanine

Chain Gang 1974 and Jesse F Keeler at Mezzanine

Saturday was a huge day for Death From Above 1979 and MSTRKRFT artist Jesse F. Keeler. JFK followed up a memorable performance at the Treasure Island Music festival with Death From Above, with a remarkable DJ set at Mezzanine.

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Theater: Shake That Sin, Peter Gallagher & More

Theater: Shake That Sin, Peter Gallagher & More

This week’s best theater events include vices, a crazy family, and Peter Gallagher — singing. 

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'Uneasy Listening' With Anika at The Independent

'Uneasy Listening' With Anika at The Independent

Geoff Barrow of Portishead was looking for a vocalist for his band Beak>. Enter a young political journalist living between Berlin and Bristol, and three weeks later Anika was created.

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Live Review: Foster the People

Live Review: Foster the People

The Fillmore was buzzing with a boundless energy Friday night as junior high kids, college hipsters, post-grad scenesters, middle-aged fans and tired parents packed into the venue for Foster the People, and a night of danceable tunes.

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Hayes Valley Farm Harvest Fest

Hayes Valley Farm Harvest Fest

The weather is warm and wonderful right now, fall just like San Franciscans like it. To celebrate the season of (light) sweaters and (iced) cider, Hayes Valley Farm is having their first Harvest Festival on Sunday.

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Mayer Hawthorne wows fans at Bimbo's 365 Club

Mayer Hawthorne wows fans at Bimbo's 365 Club

Fresh off the release of his second album How Do You Do, Mayer Hawthorne wowed energetic fans with his retro swagger at Bimbo’s 365 Club last night.

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Holy Flute! Gardens & Villa Bring It Renaissance Style

Holy Flute! Gardens & Villa Bring It Renaissance Style

Don’t call it a satchel of sticky wickets. Santa Barbara’s Gardens & Villa came armed with a quiver of wooden flutes to show us northern Californians how to blow (literally!).

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Top Wines on Display in San Francisco

Top Wines on Display in San Francisco

City View at Metreon served as the host Wednesday night for perhaps the best wine event in San Francisco, the 8th Annual Wine & Spirit Top 100 Tasting Event.

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Movie Review: Footloose

Movie Review: Footloose

Remakes generally fall into two, distinct varieties: (1) unnecessary remakes, and (2) superfluous remakes. Footloose, the remake of the 1984 film that starred a 26-year-old Kevin Bacon as a toe-tapping, rebellious teenager, falls in to the latter category.

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