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  • The 10 Most Famous Musical Phone Numbers
    From New Edition’s “Mr. Telephone Man” to the Smiths’ “Dial a Cliche,” the act of calling someone remains a strong theme in music spanning the sonic spectrum. Many artists have taken it a step further by including real and imaginary phone numbers in their tunes and confounding switc...
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  • Marquis Fetish Ball (Slightly NSFW)
    Saturday night was sizzling at Supperclub SF as lasses and lads clad in their finest fetish wear strutted the club floor for the Marquis Fetish Ball. Photos by Calibree Photography.
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  • Up Your Alley Fetish Fair 2009 (Slightly NSFW)
    Though some tried to tame this year's Up Your Alley, the festival still managed to be an explosive display of, er, self-expression. Photos by Calibree Photography.
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  • Judas Priest and Whitesnake at the Sleeptrain Pavilion
    Judas Priest returned to the Sleeptrain Pavilion in Concord alongside 80s rock powerhouse Whitesnake on Friday, 7/31. Rob Halford celebrated the 35th anniversary of 1974's "Rocka Rolla" and performed "British Steel" in its entirety. Photos by Richard Haick.
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  • Harry Potter Fans Unite at Azkatraz 2009
    This year's Harry Potter fan symposium, Azkatraz, was held in downtown San Francisco from July 15 through 21. Dozens of panels took place at the Parc55 Hotel, while the event's Quidditch match unfolded at Golden Gate Park's soccer fields. Photos by Kiala Kazebee. (Click here for more coverage.)
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  • Cardboard Tube Fighting League Tournament
    Cardboard tubes clashed in Golden Gate Park Sunday afternoon as members of the San Francisco Cardboard Tube Fighting League did battle. Photos by Hanna Quevedo.
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  • Renegade Craft Fair at Fort Mason
    More than 200 artists from across the country converged at Fort Mason over the July 18-19 weekend for the SF leg of the Renegade Craft Fair. Photos by Hanna Quevedo.
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  • Eating Up the Alameda County Fair
    The Alameda County Fair wrapped up in Pleasanton over the July 18-19 weekend. Attractions included carnival rides, pig races, concerts with one-step-removed headliners like Bucky Covington and Solange Knowles and yes, snacks on a stick. Photos by Meredith Brody.
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  • The 10 Strangest Fast Food Chain Items
    While one would assume that these big companies don't make a single move that isn't pre-approved by a focus group, the truly bizarre offerings at some of the world's most recognizable chains might suggest otherwise. From chicken that bends in a way you never thought possible to desserts you...
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  • Coldplay at the Shoreline Amphitheater
    British pop-rock sensations Coldplay played to a sold-out Shoreline Amphitheater on Monday, July 13. Giant yellow balloons, laser light shows and fan sing-alongs made for a very lively show. Photos by Richard Haick.
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  • Sand by the Ton at the American Steel Building
    Oakland art collective Big Art Studio christened its new industrial space in the American Steel building with a fundraiser dubbed "Sand by the Ton," involving 200 tons of sand, five swimming pools, three live stages, carnival performers, musicians and thousands of revelers. Photos by Tim Wagner.
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  • Ice Cream Sunday Ride
    The SF Bike Coalition led locals on a tasty tour of San Francisco's finest creameries - starting at the Mission's Humphry Slocombe - Sunday. Photos by Hanna Quevedo.
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