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Uh huh! You know what it is. It's time to freshen up your black and orange and welcome the championship Giants back to the field for the 2011 baseball season. Toast the team with an Excellent Meal and Cocktail and christen the new season on the dance floor with Thievery Corp.'s Rob Garza. Join in on the laughter with local comedians at the For The People Variety Show, and let your freaky side shine with Kool Keith's nasty rhymes. Check out the latest spring designs as models work the runway for Charity Fashion Show 2011 and hit a home run with the latest tech at TEDxPresidio: Business 3.0.

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at Rickshaw Stop

Good Charlotte
at Regency Ballroom
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at Cat Club
Street Style vol. 36
in SF

Cirque du Soleil's Quidam
at HP Pavilion
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
at Bottom of the Hill (9pm)

"Their music is a clever pop-rock, that combines in a perfect way stellar feelings, romantic and dark lyrics, with the right balance between rock approach, pop arrangings and electronic parts." - Beat Magazine (Italy)
at City Arts & Lectures (7pm)

On average, people squander forty days annually compensating for things they've forgotten. Joshua Foer used to be one of those people. But after a year of memory training, he found himself in the finals of the U.S. Memory Championship...
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
at Cafe du Nord (8pm)

The release of Sunset Over Hope Street on March 1, 2011 via Downtown Records' Mercer Street imprint marks Ari Hest's first full-length album of new material in four years. That's not to say he hasn't been busy in the years in between...
at 103 Harriet (9pm)

The bewitching and controversial midwest trio are finally set to debut in SF! Their deeply personal electronic pop music incorporates gothy shoegaze with elements of Chicago Juke, Houston Screw, and Southern rap production...
at Vessel (10pm)

With DJ-Sammy D and Solar. Hans Haveron will be showcasing New Paintings and will paint a mural live!
Thursday, March 31, 2011
at The Regency Center (5pm)

Shop from more than 65 talented designers selling fabulous jewelry, clothing, accessories and more...all at discounted prices! Enjoy complimentary wine, beauty services, raffle gifts and goodie bags.
at Public Works (7:30pm)

2 unique San Francisco based music production and promotions companies, are honored to collaborate with NextAid in a San Francisco based fundraising event in honor of National Women's History Month this March...
at Palace of Fine Arts (8pm)

At Nrityagram dance village, dance is a way of life. The founder, Protima Gauri - an exquisite Odissi dancer herself - converted ten acres of farmland into an ideal setting for the study, practice and teaching of classical dance...
at Curran Theatre (see listing for times)

Wanna Rock again and introduce your friends to a new kind of Broadway (Drunken Rockers, Tranny Strippers, and Whitesnake)? Here's two great options for an awesomely good time about dreaming big, playing loud and partying on!

$50 Mezzanine tickets good for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday evenings and Wednesday matinees. At checkout use SF Station promo code: 50ROA
Friday, April 1, 2011
at Yoshi's SF (8pm & 10pm)

In 1987, a trio known as De La Soul formed from Long Island, NY roots and changed the landscape of hip-hop as we know it. Now, for over 20 years, they have rocked us with their De La songs full of inscrutable samplings, whimsically irreverent lyrics, social commentary...
at The Fillmore (9pm)

Ya-Ka-May features all-new material generated by the band in collaboration with a stellar series of New Orleans guests, who range from iconic figures of the 1960s to the younger veterans to the underground...
at Club Six (9pm)

Hailing from Bronx, NY, International hip-hop superstar Kool Keith began his career in music with legendary hip-hop group Ultramagnetic MCs. Kool Keith is widely recognized as an innovator and skilled lyricist in hip-hop and also is widely respected throughout music circles...
at The Dark Room Theatre (10pm)

For The People Comedy is a collective of artists who share a common goal of producing colorful events fueled by positivity and laughter. Founded by San Francisco-based comedian Frankie Quinones, For The People Comedy has quickly become a staple in the SF comedy scene...
Saturday, April 2, 2011
at various locations (10am - 2pm)

A simultaneous national bakesale hosted at some of our favorite bakeries, restaurants, and other businesses featuring baked goods made by some of the most talented professional and amateur bakers around.
at Palace of Fine Arts (10am - 6pm)

Today's most innovative business leaders share stories from the front line and redefine how and why business is done. TEDxPresidio will bring together some of the brightest thought leaders in business who are shaping the future of their sectors.
at Festival Pavilion (8pm)

The largest fashion show on the West Coast, will combine more than 1200 guests with nearly forty designers, professional hair and makeup, high quality photography, an overflowing press section, a plethora of corporate partners...
at Mezzanine (9pm)

The duo have developed a truly unique sound whose experimental rhythms lend themselves to the fringes of dubstep, wonky and hip hop, but ooze with emotion and echoing ambient soundscapes that take the listener to an entirely different place...
Sunday, April 3, 2011
at Stanford Fields (11am - 4pm)

Holi is all about celebrating the colors and vitality of spring, with family and friends - and we figure about 3500 lbs of food-grade colors and tons of water should be enough to get you started with the celebrations!
at Chabot College Performing Arts Center (10:30am - 5pm)

The longest running ukulele festival on the mainland. This local event has attracted 'ukulele enthusiasts from British Columbia (Canada), to the Islands of Hawai'i, as well as local talent throughout California.
at Brava Theater Center (2pm)

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, bastardizing group of experimentalists, innovators, and...
Monday, April 4, 2011
at Mission High School (7pm)

San Francisco International Arts Festival is proud to present the legendary Cuban ensemble, Los Muñequitos de Matanzas. The performance will mark the company's return to San Francisco after an absence of 19 years...
at Slim's (8pm)

There are no fancy frills in his records, no light shows on stage, no backing tapes, no auto-tune, no whistles OR bells... just some get-down, go-for-it, foot-stomping, real... live... music.
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