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  • J-Pop Summit Festival in Japantown
    The week-long J-Pop Summit Festival featured Japanese music, film, art, and outrageous fashion, culminating in a weekend street fair. All photos by Hanna Quevedo.
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  • Hot Rods & Lube Jobs: Benefit for the Center for Sex and Culture (NSFW)
    San Francisco's Center for Sex and Culture is a sex positive gathering space, a library, and a sex education resource all rolled into one. They threw an auto themed benefit at an actual garage, Marty's Motors, in the El Cerrito. Naturally, it wasn't just a run of the mill party. Classic cars,...
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  • Burlesque Spectacular: Hubba Hubba Revue 4th Year Anniversary
    San Francisco's favorite burlesque show celebrated its 4th year to a full house at DNA Lounge. The Revue showcased some of their best acts with a huge line-up of dancers, trapeze, and ribbon artists. This one goes down in Hubba Hubba history! All photos by Calibree Photography
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  • Altered Barbie Exhibition 2010
    Now in its eighth year, the Altered Barbie Exhibition, produced and curated by Julie Andersen of ChatterBox Arts International, re-imagines the iconic toy. Artists play dress up with the doll in a way never intended, creating gay Barbies and Kens, Jesus Barbie, and more. All photos by Richard Haick.
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  • Staying Up Late: Best of S.F. Summer Nightlife 2010
    Okay, okay, okay. We know. San Francisco doesn't exactly have a summer, especially this year.In fact, when everyone else in the country is celebrating the hottest months, we're just praying for fall to get here so it will finally warm up. But we still get into the spirit of the season, wearing...
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  • Summer 2010 in Concert Photos
    This was a sizzling summer in San Francisco ó at least if you made it out to the clubs, amphitheaters, city streets, and meadows for some of the seasonís hundreds of concerts. SF Weekly writers and photographers hit the hottest (and occasionally coldest) shows of the summer to post live revie...
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  • Power to the Peaceful in Golden Gate Park
    Michael Franti and Spearhead joined Crystal Bowersox (of American Idol fame), Rupa and the April Fishes, and a cadre of other performers for this year's Power to the Peaceful Festival that also featured dance, yoga, art installations, and activism. All photos by Hanna Quevedo.
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  • Scissor Sisters @ The Fox Theater
    Pretty much the entire Castro migrated across/under the Bay last night to get swayed by the New York glam-disco-sleaze-rock confab known as Scissor Sisters. This fact was established early in the show, when co-singer Ana Matronic raised the question: "How many people schlepped over here from...
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  • Hat Flash Mob in Washington Square
    Attendees donned their finest hats and dressed up for a vintage inspired picnic. All photos by Hanna Quevedo.
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  • Cabana Pool Party @ Sofitel in Redwood City
    It's not Labor Day without a pool party. A full sun, full glasses, a fashion show, and music that kept bodies moving made the Cabana party one to remember. All photos by Calibree Photography.
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  • The Limousines & Lilofee @ Rickshaw Stop
    Laser beams, beats and floor-thumping drums accompanied The Limousines with Lilofee at the Rickshaw Stop. Dj's Aaron Axelson and Omar of Live 105 & Amplive of Zion had everyone dripping sweat and on their feet all night long. All photos by Calibree Photography.
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  • Green Day with AFI @ Shoreline Amphitheatre
    "HOME! HOME! I'M FUCKING HOME!" erupted Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong at Shoreline Amphitheatre on Saturday, his first words after the band leveled 22,000 people with the introductory steamroll of "21st Century Breakdown." "IT'S BEEN MONTHS," Armstrong wheezed, like his voice alone had to...
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