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The Dodos + Dylan Shearer @ The Chapel

The world adapted to the radio sounds of […]

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Win FREE Tickets to see Thievery Corporation @ Fox Theatre OAK

In 2002 I was 21-years-old and living under a perpetual state of underground hiphop. With the exception of my mother's Beatles albums slipping in the mix while

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Why Everyone is Freaking Out About Facebook Messenger

In 2014, using Facebook is about as exciting as your flossing routine: idle, half-assed, and embedded in life's daily humdrum. On your increasingly predictable feed, even that one

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Local Legend of the Week: Paul Madonna, Creator of SF Chronicle Series ‘All Over Coffee’

Paul Madonna writes and draws the weekly series All Over Coffee, which is published in the San

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Win FREE Tickets to see DJ Snoopadelic aka Snoop Dogg!

  No need to shove a bobby-pin in your ear to remove the wax, you heard right. We are offering a pair of FREE tickets to see his

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Win FREE Tickets To Attend Dance Hall of Beautiful and Radiant Things @ Verdi Club!

  'Tis a real life, old school, 1920s dance hall complete with taxi dancers. Don't know how to dance the dance or not be a wallflower? Luckily for

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Debauchery – Hot Queer Burlesque in the Nation’s Oldest Gay Bar

Do you have plans for Sunday night? After a full day of spanking, whipping and getting all pervy on each other at Folsom Street Fair shoot on over

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The Down and Dirty History of the Folsom Street Fair

Folsom Street Fair was not always welcomed in SF with city-sponsored banners all over Market St. The Folsom Street Fair didn’t used to be called the Folsom

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Celebrate Folsom Street Fair and Win Tix to Kink.com’s BondCon Ball

  Kink.com is opening the Armory Doors for their first annual Open House, BondCon 2014. From Thursday September 18th all the way through Folsom Sunday, visitors and

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The City That Was: Before the Nanny State, There was Playland

 In The City That Was, Bohemian Archivist P Segal tells a weekly story of what you