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SF Station TV is happy to announce our first ever video version of our popular weekly Guide, hosted by Baily Hopkins.

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While Obama and Congress are busy putting the historic health-care reform bill into action in Washington, events in San Francisco are doing their part to benefit the body, mind, and soul. Lift your spirits with Whiskies of the World Expo and test the old theory that a little dark liquor can have health benefits. Get a healthy serving of music and dancing with Soulfood No. 2, featuring Money Mark, Tommy Guerrero, and more. Clear your head and turn out the lights early with the voluntary Earth Hour blackout and build your endurance with the eight-hour, non-stop Switchboard Music Festival. Put it all into perspective with the Porchlight Open Door monthly storytelling series topic "The Skin We're In: Tales of the Human Body".

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Tuesday, March 23, 2010
at The Regency Ballroom (8pm)

Devendra Banhart exploded on the international music scene in 2002 quickly winning a coterie of devoted fans as well as an unusually hefty amount of critical kudos right from the outset...
at Great American Music Hall (9pm)

Maybe the dilapidated garages and all-ages clubs of the East Coast post-hardcore scene of the late 80s is a fitting place to begin our story. That's where the chronicle of our era's ever-humble valedictorian, Ted Leo...
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
at Fox Theater - Oakland (8pm)

When you hand over your money for a concert ticket, what are you really paying for: some idea of the performer you've gleaned from gazing longingly at album covers and compulsively clicking YouTube videos, or the performer as...
at The Commonwealth Club (6:30pm)

With heavy-hitting new media companies like Twitter, Yelp, Digg, Wikipedia and Flickr headquartered in the city, it's no wonder that San Francisco is widely regarded as the home of new media. Get an insider's perspective from the new leaders of media in SF...
at HP Pavilion (7pm)

Does Jay-Z really have 99 problems? The guy has had more number one singles than any male solo artist in history, and he's married to Beyonce. I bet he has, like, four problems. That's about the number of feuds he seems to keep going at any given time...
at Bottom of the Hill (8:30pm)

"The Acid Mothers Temple title is just the tip of the iceberg for a multitude of spin-off bands spearheaded by Japanese guitarist and psychedelic explorer Kawabata Makoto..." -
Thursday, March 25, 2010
at Horizon Restaurant & Lounge (6pm)

Twestival is a globally held event brought together by the twitter community to raise money for charity...
at Madrone (6pm)

Suzanne Ramsey tickles the ivories and croons decadent songs of yesteryear. Unearthed Tin Pan Alley Treasures with a twist...
at DNA Lounge (8pm)

For two decades, Norway's Apoptygma Berzerk have stayed ahead of the curve of underground music. After turning industrial music on its head with classics like "Love Never Dies" and "Nonstop Violence" in 1996, Apop reinvented themselves as the first...
at Mezzanine (9pm)

Featuring Conor, Chris Orr, BT Magnum. Plus DJ Set by Jordan. $5 Cover / $5 Skate Rentals!
Friday, March 26, 2010
at Asian Art Museum (noon)

On March 26, 2010, thousands of dancers worldwide will come together simultaneously in dance to celebrate the universal importance and joy of movement. In its sixth year, dance anywhere will take place on Friday, March 26, 2010 at noon...
at Fox Theater - Oakland (7pm)

Soulfood No.2 is the second event in a quarterly music series organized by Griff Williams, Tommy Guerrero and Marc Capelle. All the money raised through this music series goes directly to support local charities of our choosing...
at Fox Theater - Oakland (8pm)

At a time when its native country had become the new hotbed of electronic music, French duo Air distinguished itself from its more house-music-oriented contemporaries (Daft Punk, Dimitri From Paris) with soft, keyboard-heavy compositions that recalled music from the '60s and '70s...
at Cafe du Nord (8pm)

Powered, as ever, by brothers and co-frontmen Peter and David Brewis, Field Music's line up now includes Kev Dosdale (guitar and keys) and Ian Black (bass)...
at SOM (8:30pm)

Powered, as ever, by brothers and co-frontmen Peter and David Brewis, Field Music's line up now includes Kev Dosdale (guitar and keys) and Ian Black (bass)...
Saturday, March 27, 2010
at Alameda County Fairgrounds (8am - 5pm)

Northern California's longest running car show featuring over 3,000 American powered cars & trucks of all years, makes & models. Indoor and outdoor car shows, Custom Car of the Year competition, huge swap meet with over 1500 booths, cars for sale corral, 100's of vendor exhibits, arts & crafts, model car show & much more!
at Sandhill Fields, Stanford (11am)

Among India's innumerable festivals, Holi ranks as the most colorful. It heralds the arrival of spring with the promise of good harvests and fertility. Holi is celebrated at Stanford on a grand scale, with around 2000 people coming together every year...
at Hotel Nikko San Francisco (6pm - 10pm)

Single Malts, Bourbons, Superior Blended Whisky, Irish, Canadian, Japanese, and more!
in San Francisco/Bay Area (8:30pm)

On Earth Hour hundreds of millions of people, organizations, corporations and governments around the world will come together to make a bold statement about their concern for climate change by doing something quite simple--turning off their lights for one hour...
at Elbo Room (9pm)

"Weedeater was born the mid-'90s, in Wilmington, NC, originally taking shape as a side project of vocalist/bassist "Dixie" Dave Collins, who was otherwise engaged with sludge metal cult favorites Buzzoven at the time. However, upon that band's official demise in 1998..."
at Mezzanine (9pm)

Los Angeles resident Steven Ellison a.k.a. Juno Leed a.k.a. Flying Lotus is a hip-hop producer and beat maker, occasionally linked to artists such as Madlib and fellow LA resident the Gaslamp Killer for his more abstract and sometimes jazz tinted style...
Sunday, March 28, 2010
at DreamGirl Makeup Institute (10am - 4pm)

Diana, amazing makeup artist, will show you how to makeup your model have that vintage look for the 20's and 40's. Come join her for this 2-day class and see how you can transform your model...
at Dance Mission Theater (2pm - 10pm)

The third annual Switchboard Music Festival is an 8-hour, non- stop music spectacle presenting composers and musicians who push the boundaries of their respective genres. No other Bay Area music festival or concert series offers such an eclectic, genre-crossing, convention-breaking...
at Natural Resources (2pm - 5pm)

Natural Resources and Maternity Xchange are offering families all over the Bay Area a chance to exchange gently used (unstained) infant and toddler clothing and at the same time support San Francisco's most vulnerable families...
at Z Space/Theater Artaud (see listing for times)

Amid the "Endless Struggle" of artists trying to get by in the best or the worst of economic times, we're polishing up our "Disco Ball" to celebrate a triumph against the tide of empty storefronts and silent spaces here in San Francisco...
at Ruby Skye (10pm)

Amid an arsenal of flashing lights, mesmerizing pyrotechnics, ascending fireworks and pulsating beats, tens of thousands of people are singing at the top of their lungs to his classic productions and latest hits. They clamor to get as close to the stage as possible...
Monday, March 29, 2010
at Hemlock Tavern (6:30pm)

At Porchlight, a monthly "storytelling series," hosts Beth Lisick and Arline Klatte round up a group of more or less regular people, from poets to truck drivers, to step onstage and testify. This month, the theme is "The Skin We're In: Tales of the Human Body," and...
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