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Mr. Tipple’s is the platonic ideal of a jazz club and bar/restaurant

It’s the first Thursday of 2023, the early storms of the new year have temporarily subsided, and the late set at Mr. Tipple’s is...

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Does Another Planet still want the Castro Theatre?
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Michael McKean brings 20th anniversary of ‘A Mighty Wind’ to SF Sketchfest
Chinese poet Qu Yuan is reincarnated into a cyborg in ‘Warring States...

Chinese artist and animator Kongkee’s multimedia exhibition at the Asian Art Museum, “Warring States Cyberpunk,” is equal parts history lesson and science fiction extravaganza….

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Zombies, witches and serial killers: Another Hole in the Head Film Festival...

A genre showcase with a bonkers name and an enthusiastically programmed schedule, the Another Hole in the Head Film Festival launches its 2022 edition…

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‘Entwined’ art installation returns to Golden Gate Park

Come December, an “Entwined” meadow will be in full bloom in Golden Gate Park. The illuminated art installation, located in Peacock Meadow, will dazzle…

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November rock in S.F.: Charlie Puth, Echosmith, The Cult, The Coronas

Charlie Puth at Davies Symphony Hall When he performs at Davies Symphony Hall Monday, Grammy-nominated composer Charlie Puth will operate under one key artistic…

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Checkmate: Hybrid chess tournament lands at Ferry Building

Checkmate, San Francisco. An online and in-person hybrid chess event is coming to The City.   The Meltwater Champions Chess Tour, the world’s first year-long online chess series…

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For John Waters, punk never dies, especially on Halloween

Filmmaker John Waters is back in the Bay Area to celebrate all things punk and lead the annual Halloween Meltdown at Oakland’s Mosswood Park…

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San Francisco Choral Society reunites for Verdi Requiem

Those singing in the shower are not alone. There are millions in there. Once toweled off, singing in a chorus is a major part…

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The Umbrellas find an unlikely community in the hardcore scene

With their mod haircuts, nostalgia-inducing band name and perfect appropriation of brightly jangle-pop sounds, an apt descriptor for the Umbrellas would probably fit somewhere…

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