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  • Outside Lands 2013: Day 2
    Day two of Outside Lands 2013 featured headliners such as the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Nine Inch Nails, and Phoenix. Photography by Christopher Victorio.
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  • Outside Lands 2013: Select Photos
    Some highlight moments of Outside Lands 2013. Photography by Sugarwolf.
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  • The Faces of Outside Lands 2013
    With 40,000-60,000 attendees a day, the audience is a show itself; from hoola hoopers to those who don't know how to dress for a San Francisco summer, we couldn't ignore the show going on behind the photographer pit. Here's some of our favorite crowd moments. Photography by Sugarwolf and...
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  • Outside Lands 2013: Day 3
    Headliners Red Hot Chili Peppers and Hall and Oates, among other great bands, closed out this three day festival in the foggy reaches of the city. Photography by Christopher Victorio.
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  • Outside Lands 2013: Day 1
    From Sir Paul McCartney to the Nationals, the first day headliners of Outside Lands 2013 started the festival off right. Photography by Christopher Victorio.
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  • Fremont's Niles District: Time Travel to the Wild West
    Niles evokes an era when railroad was the best in travel, silent films were in their heyday and cowboys roamed the streets. Once a junction of the Southern Pacific Railroad, the town garnered fame when the silent film industry descended upon Niles. The year 1912 brought Charlie Chaplin and...
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  • Behind the Scenes at the Fillmore
    To accompany our music feature this week, "Mr. Fillmore," we present you with a few snapshots of the Fillmore as you don't typically see it. Photos by Mike Koozmin, special to SF Weekly.
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  • The Pilgrimage: Amador County
    In Amador County, a rural stretch of the Sierra foothills southeast of Sacramento, stand some of the oldest remnants of California wine culture: 140-year-old Zinfandel vines, a winery that dates back to 1859, and Gold Rush towns aplenty. There are dozens of wineries here, many of them family...
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  • The Pilgrimage: John Cerney's Plywood People
    Salinas artist John Cerney's giant plywood people sit in fields along the highways of California and the rest of the nation. Here are some of his original 18-foot works portraying the Crown Packing labor force, now on display in fields of The Farm on Highway 68. (7 Foster Rd, Salinas;...
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  • The Pilgrimage: Gustine
    This month marked the 100th Festa do Divino Espirito Santo, in Gustine, Calif., a small agricultural town in the middle of the state largely populated by immigrants from Portugal's Azores archipelago. And you can't have a Festa do Divino Espirito Santo without a bullfight capping the event....
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  • The Pilgrimage: Bodie
    Four hours east of San Francisco is Bodie, once a thriving Gold Rush town now a curious ghost town that attracts some 200,000 visitors annually. With no more than 200 buildings remaining, tourists drive from all over the state allured by the remnants of this "arrested decay." The town, which is...
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  • J-Pop Summit Festival 2013
    The weather was pretty gross this weekend. But it didn’t deter thousands from thronging the streets of Japantown for the fifth annual J-Pop Summit Festival. Language barriers were overcome and food genres were mixed as this Pacific Island pop culture diaspora threaded its way from the New...
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