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  1. Celebrate 10 Years of Disco in the Tenderloin at Tubesteak Connection TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | SF Weekly

    The city might be culturally down, but it's not entirely out; San Francisco still has a few institutions from the old days that are worth going to.

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  2. S.F. Glam-Rockers Modern Kicks on Ghost Riding the Whip, Working at Sears, and Mullet HaircutsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | SF Weekly

    You know the opening credits of That '70s Show , where the cast of characters shout along to the Todd Griffin cover of Cheap Trick's " In the Street " while crammed in a car? It's an instant flashback to the heyday of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll, and a sound and attitude embodied by San Francisco outfit Modern Kicks .

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  3. The Top Five Parties in San Francisco this WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | SF Weekly

    Fact: You're more likely to have a fun and fulfilling weekend if you plan it out ahead of time.

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  4. Stern Grove Festival To Host Free Pop-Up Concerts Around S.F.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SF Weekly

    In its 77 years of providing free summer concerts to the public, the Stern Grove Festival has provided a stage for 770 different performances and entertained over six million attendees.

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  5. Arthouse Movie Listings April 23-29, 2014Read the original story

    Tuesday | SF Weekly

    Artists' Television Access. Selected III: British touring collection of short films and video co-curated by Videoclub and the Film London Artists' Moving Image Network .

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  6. A Native Returns: Scene Figurehead Jess Scott's New Band Flesh World Comes Home to S.F.Read the original story

    Tuesday | SF Weekly

    In a music scene full of transplants from other cities, Jess Scott carries the distinction of hailing from San Francisco.

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  7. Shlohmo Sketches Electronic Landscapes of MelancholyRead the original story

    Tuesday | SF Weekly

    "Everyone's so mad at me," says Henry Laufer, better known as Shlohmo, from his couch in L.A. "Everyone tweets at me all the time: 'Did you forget about the record?' And it's like, 'Nope, I'm listening to the masters everyday."

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  8. Snatch: A Stowaway on This Jet Called LifeRead the original story

    Tuesday | SF Weekly

    Another Bay Area resident who's desperate to get to Hawaii actually may have made it to the Aloha State by stowing away in the wheel-well of a plane.

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  9. Letters April 23-29, 2014Read the original story

    Tuesday | SF Weekly

    Employees are likely not villains: The depiction of MuleSoft employees stretches credulity ["Goodnight, Galleries," Jonathan Curiel, art, 4/16].

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  10. Soft Corruption Blues: In San Francisco, Some Wrongs Are Too Big to Make RightRead the original story

    Tuesday | SF Weekly

    April has been the cruelest month for Velma Louise Jones. The erstwhile Muni driver has been disgorged from her bus and all but dragged to the public stocks; there is nothing that delights city management and tickles the media like outing a front-line worker allegedly caught with her hand in the till.

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  11. And the Winner Is: Miss Kinky AmericaRead the original story

    Tuesday | SF Weekly

    When I was a little girl, I would beg my mother to let me stay up late enough to watch the Miss America pageant on television.

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  12. Modern Kicks: Show PreviewRead the original story

    Tuesday | SF Weekly

    You know the opening credits of That '70s Show, where the cast of characters shout along to the Todd Griffin cover of Cheap Trick's "In the Street" while crammed in a car? It's an instant flashback to the heyday of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll, and a sound and attitude embodied by San Francisco outfit Modern Kicks.

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  13. Distillations: Riding Out the Morning After at the RiptideRead the original story

    Tuesday | SF Weekly

    The Riptide is divided into two "rooms" by its rectangular bar, and for some reason almost everyone in the bar was on one side.

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  14. Mogwai Achieves Wordless Transcendence at Regency Ballroom, 4/18/14Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 21 | SF Weekly

    The thought was far from our minds when one of the most personable, disarming bands in music performed at the Regency Ballroom on Friday.

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  15. Record Store Day 2014: Where to Go in San FranciscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 18 | SF Weekly

    By now you've probably heard an earful about the approaching Jesus freak vs. pothead showdown on Sunday.

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  16. Queens of the Stone Age Joyfully Brutalize Bill Graham Civic, 4/17/14Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | SF Weekly

    This shit is peaking. We're eighteen songs into Queens of the Stone Age, have howled and head-banged and moshed through 80 minutes of pummeling from a rock band that sounds evil in the way only something sexy can be truly evil, and now the strobes are flashing and three guitars are chugging and some eight thousand people are shouting along to Josh ... (more)

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  17. Why It Matters If S.F. Loses Its MusiciansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | SF Weekly

    Tour of Venice: As we debate the struggles of musicians and artists in San Francisco, one question frequently arises: Why does it matter if many of them leave for the East Bay? They'll still be more or less "here," as opposed to the bigger loss of them departing for L.A. or elsewhere.

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  18. When Metal Isn't MetalRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | SF Weekly

    Given that the band came out of the Bay Area metal scene, it's not surprising Worm Ouroboros doesn't play metal.

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  19. Gather 'Round the VinylRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | SF Weekly

    In the center of Ren de Guzman's office at Oakland Museum of California, stacks of exhibition catalogs and trade journals form an improvised table.

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  20. Tour of Venice: Why it Matters if S.F. Loses its MusiciansRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | SF Weekly

    As we debate the struggles of musicians and artists in San Francisco, one question frequently arises: Why does it matter if many of them leave for the East Bay? They'll still be more or less "here," as opposed to the bigger loss of them departing for L.A. or elsewhere.

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