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  • Sixxteen Glitterbox Explosion at the Cat Club
    SIXXTEEN, the rock'n'roll dance party that goes down at the Cat Club, celebrates President's Day the way it was intended to be celebrated: with a glam rock night and a Freddy Mercury Lookalike Contest. Patriotism, thy name is leather pants. All photographs by Calibree Photorgraphy
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  • SF Indiefest Roller Disco at CELLspace
    San Francisco's very own independent film festival, SF Indiefest, threw it's closing party at CELLspace, where attendees donned costumes, strapped on roller skates and did their best to not fall victim to the booze-induced roller skate wipeout. All photographs by Calibree Photography.
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  • No Pants Party at the Knock Out
    It's that time of year again, when young people start feeling romantic! So they take off all their clothes and dance around in their underwear at the Knock Out's annual Valentine's No Pants Party. All photographs by Joseph Schell See Also: No Pants Party 2010
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  • Valentine's Day Pillow Fight 2011
    pDespite the rumors that the annual pillow fight at Justin Herman Plaza wouldn't go down this year, it did. And with no lack of attendees. Because you just can't keep people from clobbering the shit out of each other and ruining a bunch of perfectly good pillows. All photographs by Gil Riego...
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  • An Evening With Cake at the Fillmore
    Alt rockers Cake (who hail from Sacramento) are currently on tour with their first album in seven years. Showroom of Compassion dropped this year, and Cake kicked off their tour at the Fillmore on Valentine's Day, where fans were doubly stoked, excited for the show and smooching their...
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  • Artopia 2011 at Public Works
    Every year SF Weekly's Masterminds competition honors locals artists and awards them $1,500 grants. This year, more than 300 people entered-- a record number. Last night winners were announced at a party at Public Works in the Mission. They were: James Shefik, Hugh Leeman, and Ben Venom. Read...
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  • SFoodie's One Love Bake Sale at La Victoria
    This weekend, SFoodie threw its first-ever benefit, a bake sale called One Love: Because You Are Your Own Valentine. Instead of blowing the bank on some stilted play for romance, we invited readers to be good to themselves, while supporting others: All proceeds went to the SF City Clinic. Many...
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  • SF Beer Week Brewers Guild Opening Gala 2011
    Every year, SF Beer Week celebrates the brewers, drinkers, and culture of beer. The opening gala took place at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, where many a pint was poured. All photographs by Gil Riego Jr.
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  • 3rd Annual Heavy Metal Chili Cookoff at Bottom of the Hill
    Bottom of the Hill held its annual Heavy Metal Chili Cookoff in honor of the Super Bowl, and contestants brought the metal in their chili names like Total Anal Explosion, Chargoyle Tongue Fuck, and Meatgasm. Mmmmm. The trophy? A golden toilet. All photographs by Joseph Schell.
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  • Eighth Annual Big Lebowski Party at CELLspace
    Bust out the bathrobe and bowling pin headpiece, it's time to slurp down some White Russians at SF Indiefest's annual homage to The Big Lebowski. Cash prizes were doled out to those wearing the most creative costumes and those who didn't win could console themselves with a session on the...
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  • All Shook Down Pop-Up Party
    SF Weekly's music blog All Shook Down threw its first party on Friday night, at the Noise Pop Pop-Up Shop. Rapper Richie Cunning and electro-psych purveyor Blackbird Blackbird performed, PBR provided the (free) beers, and All Shook Down provided the drunk music writers. All photographs by ...
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  • Food Porn: Plum
    This week, Jonathan Kauffman visits Plum in Oakland. Read his full review in Plum: Daniel Patterson's intricate and affordable cuisine.
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